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Smoking, overweight/obesity, medication nonadherence, and low HL were found to be alterable risk factors for uncontrolled BP.
We had to sacrifice that accessibility in favour of the content being easily alterable, mostly because we don't expect translations to happen often, but it can be very important to update the content in case of new relevant medical information.
Furthermore, accounting records are not alterable once entered onto a blockchain, even by the owners of the accounting system.
Even the humble writing desk was reimagined in an alterable wood and steel frame to promote an attentive state of being through posture correction.
The conditional ethics of covert behaviour and intelligence activities are complex and alterable. That's why John le Carre novels, like The Spy Who Came in from the Cold, are so deeply engaging.
Debido a las caracteristicas comportam ental es de estos animales es evidente que estamos ante una especie fragil y huidiza, sensible a ruidos y manipulaciones, por lo que su estado fisiologico es facilmente alterable. Por ello es imprescindible conocer las tecnicas de manipulacion y tratarlos con mucho cuidado.
We use [PH.sub.max] to denote the maximum PPE when parameter H is alterable and use [PH.sub.avg] to denote the average PPE when parameter H is alterable.
Social institutions and agreements are flexible and alterable. The social world is established by the relevant and oriented undertakings and mental fabrics of socially positioned individuals.
As a collaborative project, Sylvia Wynter opens up, again and again, the question of what ethical, epistemological, political, and imaginative possibilities emerge from thinking-feeling-living, as Rinaldo Walcott puts it, 'the human as an alterable species-subject' (p186).
The missile (http://tass.com/defense/889943) reportedly flies in an alterable trajectory with rapid acceleration, allowing it to overcome enemy's missile defense systems.
Making accurate predictions in social sciences is difficult terrain, as, unlike the subject matter of natural sciences, the unit of interest in social sciences is relatively non-homogeneous and easily alterable. This makes bridging the gap between theory and practice one of the major challenge a social scientist faces while working in his/ her domain.
noir de Salem (1986) et Memorial de Maria Moura (1992)", de Julie Brugier, avanza esta discusion sobre las literaturas en las cuales se toman posturas desde la periferia, senalando que esta no es una esencia sino un juego cultural alterable, hasta el punto que estas autoras de las novelas estudiadas por Brugier, Maryse Conde (1937) y Rachel Quiroz (1910-2003), transforman los nichos de sus personajes en centros de las dinamicas culturales en las que las mujeres agencian sus palabras para que las voces perifericas sean escuchadas.