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It can be seen that the characteristics of caliper acceleration in both time domain and frequency domain evolve with time complicatedly when creep groan occurs.
However, most present-stage empirical research into organization learning prefers to analyze it as a gestalt construct, and ignores the impact on corporate value co-creation activates by its complicatedly inter dimensions.
Systematic and extensive investigations are required to establish the cause of thrombocytopenia in ICU, the aetiology of which is multifactorial and complicatedly linked.
(13) The Jewish use of sampling goes back at least to the 1920s but gets complicatedly enmeshed with hip-hop from the work of Steinski in the early 1980s.
The component of the protocol for analyzing the impact that any antitrust-policy-covered business conduct or any antitrust policy will have on the amounts of the various RTLC categories of resource misallocation the economy contains probably responds to The General Theory of Second Best more complicatedly than does any other component of the economic-efficiency analysis protocol that the antitrust-policy sequel uses.
Indeed, Wiebe's work from 1962 onward must surely have paved the way, however complicatedly. Further, Wiens's publication was in-house, and did not involve collaboration with a secular publisher.
In addition, since the interactions and transactions among stakeholders are complicatedly intertwined in that individual stakeholders from the same subfield also compete or cooperate with stakeholders from other subfields for desired resources and power, the between-individual stakeholders' politics across different subfields are defined as the intra-field politics.
The six most powerful countries are complicatedly linked to the Middle East.
Taxpayers usually calculate complicatedly by using pen and calculator.
(7) This turn to the east was initially and complicatedly an offshoot of nationalistic Slavophilism, for it was equally a turn away from Western Europe and the North Atlantic world.
The idea of a Scotland ethnically divided between Celt and Teuton, or more complicatedly, Celt, Pict (or Picto-German) and Teuton, still has an afterlife in internal and external perceptions of the country.
Equation (6) gives the angular electrical speed of space vector [u.bar](t) (variable angular frequency of machine terminals voltage), which complicatedly depends on [U.sub.1],[U.sub.2],[[omega].sub.1],[[omega].sub.2].