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Interstice suggests leftover space or "In a world more and more mediated and virtualized, the interstitial condition notably offers the possibility to learn from the experience of a new type of wilderness" (Levesque, 2002).
1, the plays S-r and S+r corresponding to the minimum interstice and the maximum interstice respectively shall occur diametrically opposed.
I personally hate the place but Bryan Smart has his horses running out of their skins there and this one is certainly due a win after a solid run there last time behind Interstice, who franked the form on Thursday.
If universities are the conscience of the culture, then the invasion of corporate culture into every interstice of campus life should be deeply disturbing.
Name From of the Kalasa Lower shape, form 13 Interstice 9 Interstice 10 Interstice 9 Interstice 9 Interstice 10 Interstice 5 Interstice 3 Size of neck 2 Wood of the Wheel 7 ku of the Cudamani 1 Part of the stone 11
So we took that image to heart and found the extraordinary Ligne Roset Interstice low occasional table from Barker and Stonehouse.
Conceived as an artistic-ethnographic project, Interstice is a photo series about the cave-dwelling communities of Masafer Yatta and their unique way of life, their challenges and their transformations in a changing landscape.
Another 60 papers explore such topics as population characteristics of channel catfish in Nebraska's Platte River, the historical use of "willow cats" as bait in the Upper Mississippi River Valley, the selection of interstice size by juvenile flathead catfish, using soap bait to prevent turtle bycatch on trotlines, and interactions between catfish and freshwater mollusks in North America.
The temperature arising inside the interstice is a consequence of the heating produced through the friction, and may produce pronounced detritions, the aerate of the lubricant film that will result in to a that fast growing of friction coefficient and of detritions, in some cases the exceeding of the integration temperature of materials, which can lead as well to a thermic breaking of the rings, reciprocal slider of thermal palling.
Her novels--The Thin Place is number six--have always existed in an interstice between traditional fiction and something quite a bit odder, more primal, almost pagan.
On his latest start, over today's course and distance, the grey went under by a length and three-quarters to Interstice, who has franked the form since, with another win on Thursday.