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This large storage capacity from some may be a possible cause for the service intermittence, and thus, a threat for the system as a whole, and especially for those that are not able to build big storage tanks to ensure their water needs.
This study of musical intermittence illustrates both the "relative stasis and impermanence of memories" in music and the "lichenous moments" which such involuntary memories create (p.
The fragment or the trace is also indelibly etched into a Barthesian erotics of reading where intermittence (either the hint of a presence not present, or a fragment that lures to a supplement) acts as the foci of desire (both sexual and textual): "Is not the most erotic portion of a body where the garment gapes?
Table 1 Factors Influencing the Stress Response Stressor type Processive (neurogenic or psychogenic) Systemic (immune insults) Stressor characteristics Controllability Predictability Ambiguity/uncertainty Chronicity Intermittence Organismic variables Genetics Age Sex Experiential variables Previous stressor experiences (sensitization) Early life events (maternal factors, trauma) Resource characteristics Personal characteristics Coping skills Self-esteem Self-efficacy Personality (hardiness, optimism, neuroticism) And others Social characteristics Social support (perceptions) Attachment (bonding) SOURCE: Adapted from Anisman and Matheson 2005.
Because there is no intermittence between crises, it is hard to pick which incident teaches us a lesson.
Such a short-run policy leads investment in renewables to be suboptimal: investors do not trust climate change policies since they are worried about the intermittence on the flow of financial support to renewables, as it has happened so far.
2005, 2008 and Barbieri and Sestito, 2008) have found a weak positive effect of temporary employment on the chances of finding permanent employment, although Gagliarducci (2005) finds that the intermittence of work experience associated with temporary work tends to impede the transition to permanent employment and Berton et al.
The National Assembly and Senate would resume proceedings Wednesday after intermittence of one day, May 01.
I]t is intermittence, as psychoanalysis has so rightly stated, that is erotic: the intermittence of skin flashing between two articles of clothing (trousers and sweater), between two edges (the open-necked shirt, the glove and the sleeve); it is this flash itself which seduces, or rather, the staging of an appearance as disappearance.
Winnings clusters (several bars together) and losses clusters (blocks of empty space) are observed, as well as moments of intermittence of wins and losses.
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Nuclear energy would provide the 'basic charge' to the electrical network all the time, compensating the intermittence of solar and/or eolic sources.