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But flattened primers are not a reliable sign of high pressure.
In this paper, the flattened Brazilian disc coefficient was used to measure the size of the flattened Brazilian disc plane instead of the loading angle.
Place one WHITE flattened puffin into the 200 ml of water of your first beaker and stir.
Angle based flattening (ABF) is a method of mapping that preserves similarity of triangles of a given mesh to corresponding triangles of flattened mesh (Sheffer, Sturler 2001).
Flattened eggs appeared by dejellying procedure at unusual timing with existence of Zr[O.
No one was killed or injured and no structures were flattened.
Recently, we proposed a segmented core design for large-modearea near-zero dispersion flattened fiber [22].
Summary: Beijing: Villagers in central China who secretly rebuilt tombs after they were flattened by officials .
Any required design iterations can be made easily, to produce an approved design model and flattened patterns that are ready for engineering.
Having no solid surface, the Sun's rotation should make it slightly flattened.
Washington, August 17 ( ANI ): Researchers have used the Helioseismic and Magnetic Imager (HMI) onboard the Solar Dynamics Observatory satellite to obtain what they believe is the definitive and baffling answer about the slightly flattened surface of the sun.
Stuffed chicken with brie & broccoli (for 1) INGREDIENTS: 1 chicken breast, fillet separated, both pieces flattened out with a meat mallet or rolling pin; 1tbsp good quality olive oil; 50g/13/4oz brie; 50g/13/4oz butter; 25g/1oz broccoli stem, blanched and thinly sliced; 2tbsp chopped or roughly torn fresh dill; 1/2 garlic clove, thinly sliced; 1/2 sweet potato, peeled, blanched and cut into thick wedges; 25g/1oz broccoli florets, lightly blanched; salt and freshly ground black pepper to season METHOD: Preheat oven to 200C/400F/Gas 6.