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Consequently, the main purpose of the present study was to examine the effects of a PE-based stretching development and maintenance program on hamstring extensibility in schoolchildren.
Detailed descriptions and characterization of the computerized extensiometer used by us for measuring in vivo and in vitro extensibility characteristics in young leaves of whole cereal seedlings, and a comparative review of its merits and limitations, have been previously reported (Neumann 1993; Chazen and Neumann, 1994; Neumann 1995; Snir and Neumann, 1997).
Finally, the release of the Extensibility Toolkit will allow for more widespread adoption and increased momentum within our targeted markets.
The extensibility platform launches in conjunction with new additions to Cradlepoints COR family of M2M/IoT and in-vehicle routers the COR IBR600B and COR IBR650B.
However, as the SR is a test which involves the movement of the whole body, it has been suggested that the position of the fingertips does not give valid information about hamstring extensibility (Hoeger et al.
Software AG and Extensibility Inc have partnered to provide easy creation and deployment of native XML databases.
Contest entrants can submit their work in the Komodo XPI Extension category or the Komodo Other Extensibility category (or both) on the Komodo Community website, at http://support.
Part of Oracle Applications Cloud Release 8, the enhancements further improve the simplicity, mobility, and extensibility of the user experience for Oracle HCM Cloud and Oracle Sales Cloud customers.
Additional flaps are provided along the longitudinal sides of the base member, which Is adjacent to the base member's transverse end, A zone of extensibility comprises a portion of the flaps and is spaced longitudinally away from the flap transverse centerline, The entire length of the flaps' proximal edges is more than 20% of the primary absorbent member's length and the zone of extensibility is extensible so that the napkin's flaps are free from shifting when the primary absorbent member shifts away from the flap.
Intervoice is one of the first companies to have a commercial implementation of SCXML to manage complex call control, service orchestration, and application delivery, all of which allow for a high degree of extensibility, rapid application development, and service creation.
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