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Active international cooperation in such perspective sphere as transport and communications is an integral factor of integrational processes in modern conditions of globalization of the world economy, which requires the establishment of ramified and safe international transport infrastructure.
Between P0 and P14, MLCs migrated from the type I/II fibrocyte-rich regions to the type III/IV fibrocyte-rich regions with a morphological shift from the amoeboid, activated form to the ramified, quiescent form (Figure 1).
However, the bronchoesophageal artery ramified from the subclavian artery just lateral to the origin of the common carotid artery in the coturnix quail (Fitzgerald, 1969).
It then follows that not only is l totally ramified in the compositum k[B.sub.n] (in C) but k[B.sub.n] is the cyclic field of degree mln with conductor [l.sup.n+1].
After a move to Golcar in the Colne valley the family ramified in a spectacular fashion: 1377 Thomas del Hagh, Quarmby; 1451 John Haghe, Golcar; 1545 James Haight, Quarmby; 1601 John Haighe, Huddersfield.
The party's ramified organization, with virtually endless permutations of salary, staff, and status rankings at the regional level, led officials to experience lateral moves as upward mobility.
In doing so, Shinohara reveals the slow history of increasing complexity and systematization of this tradition over time, what he calls its "evolution," from simple techniques of spell recitation into the highly ramified ritual programs of East Asian Esoteric Buddhism, exemplified by the texts of two of its greatest practitioners, theorists, and ritual composers, Yixing (683-727) and Amoghavajra (705-774).
The ascending palatine artery was ramified to branches extending to the mandibular gland and medial retropharyngeal lymph node which were contributed to supplying of the ganglion just after the initiation (Fig.
If they were able to do this, our route was more impressive and it had more world-changing impacts that did not only involve the Philippines but ramified into other countries, that multiplied in terms of culture and civilizations and all of these, said Zerrudo, quoting the Mexicans.
Neutral Turkmenistan newspaper said that as a result of the complex modernization and diversification of the industry infrastructure, using of the advanced equipment, ramified system of communication, television and radio communications, digital broadcasting operate in the country.
They cover representations of Weill groups, simple characters and tame parameters, action of tame characters, cuspidal representations, algebraic induction maps, some properties of the Langlands correspondence, a naive correspondence and the Langlands correspondence, totally ramified representations, unramified automorphic induction, discrepancy at a prime element, symplectic signs, and main theorem and examples.
He added that though Iraq's problems are very complicated and not easy to solve, yet Barazani's initiative is positive and came in a suitable time to resume dialogue and discuss a number of ramified problems that are the source of Iraq's political crisis.