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For instance, the push to "raise standards" for entry into the public school classroom aggravates teacher shortages while boosting opportunity costs for career switchers and others who would be willing to try reaching.
In worker populations with high rates of BCG vaccination, boosting is more common (3,13,14).
EU flaxseed production is dropping, and member countries are boosting their purchases from Canada.
However, each of these factors boosting inflation proved to be short-lived.
PT Boost racks up only a 50MHz boost at max, unlike the more aggressive boosting of Nvidia.
"Turbochargers, which get their power from the flowing exhaust gases, are a thermodynamically efficient boosting system," says Luke Barker, technical director at Integral Powertrain, "but under some conditions they suffer from lag as the exhaust flow builds to the point where effective boost can be delivered.
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It attaches to genes for glucocorticoid receptors, boosting those genes' capacity to regulate the hormone's secretion.
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In earlier grades, the use of so-called token economies, in which students tackle challenging problems and receive performance-based points toward valued rewards, shows promise in boosting effort and creativity the Delaware psychologist contends.
Subsequent tests showed that the boosting treatment caused no side effects, and Zagury concludes that this treatment should be considered a possible "prototype of candidate vaccines.'
OneSubsea, a Schlumberger company, today announced the successful commission and startup of subsea boosting systems installed in ultradeep waters, located in the Gulf of Mexico.