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For each analogy, the relevance to the wholeness and the implicate order model [2] is described.
The principles of homeodynamics can be considered as the laws describing activity at the level of the implicate order as it relates to persons and their environments.
Swamy further said that even after the United States had declared the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) as an international terrorist organisation, the Congress hatched a new plan to implicate Bhagwat by introducing the nomenclature 'Hindu terror'.
'That is when we decided that she will never be a credible witness because of her eager willingness to fabricate her testimony and implicate politicians in order to please government handlers,' De Lima said.
Just as prosecutors must convince juries that the forensic technique will not implicate the wrong person, climate researchers must argue that their fingerprinting methods do not yield false matches.
A number of pseudooutbreaks have been reported that implicate contaminated ice machines.
Although the connection between myelin basic protein and the MS-like disease in mice was clear, researchers were unable to implicate the protein and the immune system in the development of human MS.
The new study is the first to implicate nitrous oxide in amounts commonly received by dental workers and to suggest how the gas sabotages the hormonal cycle.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-12 January 2004-Former financial officer of Parmalat implicates Tetra Pak in scandal(C)1994-2004 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
The former implicates tax policy--the proper mix of various types of levies on various types of taxpayers.
The message also implicates the sweetener in Gulf War Syndrome, Alzheimer's disease, vertigo, depression, memory loss, and tinnitus.
If Michael Cohen implicates the President in a crime and the President steps in and pardons Cohen from the crime to stop Cohen from implicating the President, that would be the most obnoxious constitutional situation.