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To the best of our knowledge, no previous research has been performed on temporally constrained performance in overhead throwing sports.
2) Temporally stable single-parent families (N = 154; 20.
The most important insight here is the distinction between the consciousness of time, including temporally located instances of consciousness, and the temporality of consciousness itself that Husserl will come to call "absolute temporality" as the fundamental structure of pure transcendental subjectivity.
Regression-based approaches using continuous real-time mobile measurements may be able to characterize spatio temporal variability in traffic-related pollutant concentrations, but require methods to incorporate temporally varying meteorology and source strength in a physically interpretable fashion.
The administration of CDA has appointed Assistant Director Human Resource, Nazeer Ahmed as Assistant Director Sports and Culture, however, his services have been handed over to the Finance Wing temporally.
The train was suspended temporally but was operating normally after 1:00 p.
The series were developed by linking quarterly observations from two recent official series to temporally disaggregated observations for an earlier time period.
HEMLINGTON crept a little bit closer to the Blytholme and Stockton Buffs with an emphatic 30-10 victory over Hardwick, who temporally held third spot.
The gene regulatory element and gene transcription terminator may temporally and spatially regulate expression of particular genes for optimum production of compounds of interest in a transgenic fungus.
Component 1 was attributed to the spin labels H-bonded to the headgroups, while component 2 possibly arose from spin labels H-bonded to water molecules or temporally non-hydrogen-bonded.
The researchers have combined the power of supercomputing and the latest laser technology to control and manipulate matter with lasers at the molecular level, both spatially and temporally.
How should medical researchers choose whether to compare their data temporally or from group to group?