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Hence, it is necessary and changeful to control cascading failure among physical modules for avoiding a serious consequence.
The construction of Chinese traditional dwellings according to local conditions, be the most changeful architectural style, distinctive local characteristics, construction technology is flexible and practical.
As agents of change, they make Cresseid realize that time is relentless, love changeful and beauty "could easily become a poisoned chalice, brimming over with the sins of pride, lust and avarice" (Rawcliffe 2009: 55).
Huailin; It has better adaptive Tianmao; capacity and better qingfeng; response and treatment yangbin-2011 on the network environment and changeful attack methods
"The point of projecting his own changeful reality outward," Pollack argues, "is not only to rid himself of it--by giving the musician his identity, he also frees the artist's identity so that he might slip into it" (194).
Tensions can arise when attempts to make these complex and changeful collections somehow coherent effectively work to disappear uncomfortable inconsistencies.
The poem's exclamation that "Thy rills proclaim our changeful state / like them is human life" suggests, as in the case of the floating island, that human life is an ephemeral incident, analogous to runoff dividing into trickling streams over eroding earth.
In a dynamic haven, each company is survived by compatibility with changeful conditions while marled is marling evolution, various types of goods and services must be present.
Such thought is non-systematic, changeful, open to the unexpected.
Harvard President Drew Faust poked fun at the 89-year-old Bush's Yale University credentials, saying his ''cap was blue, his house was white and now his robe is crimson,'' but added that Bush ''piloted our nation though changeful skies.''
Rather, the vast and changeful cosmos seems to be an arena for evolution, as a winding, rambling process that includes both chance and necessity, to produce a wide spectrum of ordered, organized systems over the course of very long periods of historical time.