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L&T Technology Services is pleased to be recognized by Zinnov as an expansive and established leader for the second consecutive year, and also in the leadership zone across five new IoT expertise areas.
Pier foundations are especially vulnerable to damage caused by changes in the moisture content of expansive soil," says De La Torre.
Composite Creep Model of Hardening Cement Paste Mixed with Expansive Additive.
He said the new plants used mills waste called filter mud which was only three percent of total crushing could save expansive bagasse which could be used in expansive paper pulp, chip board and other artificial woods.
The article commences with a definition of pedagogy, the positioning of learning theory, and the central argument for the location of TBLT within Expansive Learning Theory as a specific subset of sociocultural theories of learning.
The central bank of Kuwait has called for more expansive reforms in the banking sector.
Rubin effected a program of applied research and development on expansive cements, and invented methods of testing and measuring restraint of expansion, now used in ASTM C806 Standard Test Method for Restrained Expansion of Expansive Cement Mortar and C878 Standard Test Method for Restrained Expansion of Shrinkage Compensating Concrete.
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The driveway has a set of electricallycontrolled gates giving access to the expansive gravel roundabout and parking area with external lighting.
The volume change measurement of the expansive clay is usually performed under one-dimensional loading conditions in the odometers.
The danger we have in this league is if you try and play an expansive game you leave one-on-ones at times and they're top quality hurts you and you lose goals.
Illustrated in soft colors by Jane Monroe Donovan, who studied horses at length to exquisitely capture their movements, the expansive artwork captures the essence of spring from the fresh grass of the meadow to the pastel hues of the sky.