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enrichment

a gain, or sometimes the prevention of expense, which is the focus of some parts of the law of restitution. In civilian systems unjustified enrichments may often be reversed.
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There are different types of enrichment criteria that have been studied in the literature.
For his part, Kgosi Letshwenyo Rasesa of Rasesa appreciated the Panache Events for hosting the enrichment workshop because it was educational and informative for married couples.
The first is that by providing appropriate foraging and enrichment opportunities for captive animals, we help create an environment that allows for species-typical behaviors.
The research on social support and work-family enrichment is voluminous however the results are inconsistent.
1b-d); they generate axillary shoots (trophotagma enrichment shoots = paraclades of the trophotagma = trophotagma branches = axillary branches) (Vegetti & Wcberling, 1996; Rua & Weberling, 1998; Doust et al., 2004; Vegetti & Miiller-Doblies, 2004; Pilatti, 2016).
India's latest enrichment facility at Karnataka is exclusively dedicated to developing nuclear weapons.
Sequencing libraries used for dCas9 minor-allele enrichment were amplified by use of KAPA HotStart ReadyMix for no more than 6 cycles.
Due to the accumulation of fission products and the deep burnup of fuel spheres, in the equilibrium core, the average fuel enrichment over the core in HTR-PM is only 4.58%, although the enrichment of fresh fuel spheres loaded in the core is 8.5%.