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A migrational, or metaphorical, city, thus slips into the clear text of the planned and readable city.
It was conclusively demonstrated that DTI can be used to assess the migrational and maturation changes during the development of the human fetal cerebellum and these findings are supported by the immunohistochemical analysis.
Turkelson writes about polymicrogyria, a rare neuronal migrational defect disorder.
We have no idea how they know which way to go, but believe that migrational habits could be learned because these birds that are two or three years old are better at it than younger ones, who can go the wrong way and end up in the Atlantic.
Apart from the colonial history, the migrational patterns of the people of Africa themselves also contributes to the diversity of Africa.
2) Political elites were pursuing their dream of national states based on "blood and soil" by, inter alia, instigating large migrational flows and assimilation of the rest of the population.
Betdirect account holders were informed either by email or direct mail that they were not able to bet via the internet site during a seven-hour migrational period starting at midnight last night, and although normal telephone betting services were available, management at the company were anticipating one or two problems.
As therapists in another country, they used the dual considerations of community music therapy and psychoanalytic theory to offer an exquisite caution against a hegemonic attitude which is vital in this age of vast migrational movement.
Archeological studies have been difficult at best, due to the nature of a vast archipelago (spanning 2,000 miles) and migrational traffic with several tribal groups and mainland peoples which occurred even after European contact (Wilson 1997:2).
The desire to live in homogenous communities, (19) land inheritance practices, (20) and the typically large size of German families, (21) culminated in a second migrational wave from South Australia to the colonies of New South Wales and Victoria from the 1860s.
Our study indicates that these infections are primarily related to persons with a migrational background.
In keeping with the South-North migrational drift of the time, Edwards headed for Chicago.