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Pipebursting has become a widely accepted pipe replacement technology in the U.
According to Bible revisionists, these widely accepted gospels were excised from the Bible by closed-minded men at the Council of Nicaea who forced people to accept the radical notion that Jesus the Son and the Father were one.
Their occupational health and safety standards have been so widely accepted internationally that Canadian mining contractors and suppliers tried through NORCAT have easy access to most mining jurisdictions.
controversial: (A) exciting; (B) in dispute; (C) welcome; (A) widely accepted
Denouncing widely accepted principles in favor of lifestyle changes especially tailored for optimum heart health, The Doctor's Heart Cure offers a refreshing counter-point view and is especially recommended for those with a heart at risk seeking to gather all the information they can on their own in addition to consulting with a physician in person.
X-ray testing of tires is said to be the most widely accepted and proven quality control method available today.
The most widely accepted belief: "Humans have built-in social instincts to do things as a group," says Robert Provine, a psychologist at the University of Maryland.
I stated, for example, that the basic mechanism of the emergence of human immunodeficiency virus "is still unproven," that "there is some evidence" for Salmonella drug resistance being acquired from fish farms in Asia, that the widely accepted belief that mad cow disease originated from scrapie in sheep is "still just a hypothesis," and that "perhaps" an infected person first introduced West Nile virus into the United States.
The BDTI Benchmarks are a widely accepted means of measuring processor performance for digital signal processing (DSP) applications such as communication and audio-video equipment.
When other measures are considered, widespread evidence of civic involvement is uncovered challenging the widely accepted view that there has been a serious erosion of civic participation in the United States.
The unanimous board vote approves a policy that will encourage public school science teachers to offer lessons on evolution, widely accepted around the world as the bedrock of modern biology, and information on why some critics oppose evolution.
A previous analysis of similar data suggested the core took 60 million years to take shape, but the new estimates are in accord with several other lines of evidence, as well as the widely accepted theoretical models of planetary formation.