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The interaction of the inorganic and organic parts of the bone defines the mechanical properties of the bone.
With the establishing of europium concentration in the organic part of rocks (Eu--1ppm) and value of light-weight carbon composition (-32[per thousand]), we can state with high degree of assurance that the main phase of oil and gas generation takes place in sedimentary rocks and buried organic matter and therefore these sedimentary rocks do generate oil and gas.
Jews need to be reminded that Christians of Concern view the encounter with Judaism and the Jewish People as an organic part of Christian identity and unity; Christians need to be reminded that Judaism sees Christianity as a legitimate monotheistic partner in tikkun 'olam.
The System efficiently processes the organic part of municipal solid waste, producing biogas for the generation of renewable energy and nutrient rich compost.
This study charts the Cajun character from an idyllic creation by Longfellow through various developmental and distinguishing stages until what makes the character separate actually makes him or her an organic part of the whole, subject to the forces of commodification and abuse that threaten every American character.
Onthelines ofaballad Music is an organic part of the film as it takes the narrative along.
To boost the effect of the organic part and to obtain a more realistic osseous medium, hydroxyapatite nanoparticles ([Ca5(OH)(PO4)3]x) were impregnated among the nanofibers through solution technique.
While each news break is handled on merit, we consider livemint an organic part of Mint and as such part of the same news continuum.
The Sunnis need to be an organic part of this government.
Franco's gambling debts feel more like a necessity to introduce the threat of violence than an organic part of the character.
The organic part is suspended in water and treated with ozone or other oxidizing agents such as peroxides.