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The phone can render less frames on GFXBench's Car Chase test than the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge or even the OnePlus 3.
The court found further support for its decision in the fact that, absent the ability to use untainted funds to secure counsel, "these defendants, rendered indigent, would fall back upon publicly paid counsel, including overworked and underpaid public defenders" and that "increasing the government-paid-defender workload [would] render less effective the basic right the Sixth Amendment seeks to protect.
In case the terrorist act has been organized by Al Qaeda, that would render less plausible claims by senior Israel statesmen, including President Shimon Peres and PM Benjamin Netanyahu that Hezbollah and Iran are responsible for the attack.
The Crown suggests this was quite deliberate and was intended to obscure and to render less transparent the nature of the money payments.
He employs a multidisciplinary approach that examines naval signals, logbooks, war plans, and other archival Department of the Navy records to render less opaque some of TR's diplomatic actions and motivations.
Tyson's vision is refreshingly open-ended, and she gives the impression of knowing her subjects so intimately that every brushstroke and color choice becomes a way to visualize and render less fearful a different aspect of the unconscious.
Christians who'd rather render less to Caesar can buy the Mind Siege workbook alone for $9.
These players are deploying their "species of capital"--belief in the efficacy of technological innovation as represented in the call-center model--in order to render less valuable the "species of capital" of reference librarians whom they accuse of being concerned only with "`reviewing the professional literature' and other odd tasks" such as "keeping kids quiet, scheduling staff, ordering supplies, presiding over children's story times, checking books out, and other details of managing the building" (Coffman & Saxton, 1999, pp.