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The last component, of which the values were statistically significantly affected by the match, is the component of activity and vigorousness.
The scarcity of research arises from the fact that, when interactional conduct is involved, fruitful quantification requires a thorough grasp of how journalistic vigorousness or aggressiveness is instantiated at the ground level, in actual practices of questioning and interrogation.
People are questioning the validity and vigorousness of the economic recovery," says Graham Secker of Morgan Stanley.
Nuova Simonelli is vigorousness itself, hopping with energy and ideas, and so perhaps it surprised some when the acquisition of such a treasure was announced.
Nevertheless, there's a vigorousness about Ann that would put many women half her age to shame, and in terms of looks she could easily lob a decade off her age.
One need only look at the vigorousness with which modern youth invests themselves voluntarily in using and mastering computers, including the internet, to realize that youth's willingness and capacity to learn voluntarily has been vastly underestimated by educators; that voluntary learning might yield a cornucopia of unexpected results.
The inclusion of at least some of these would provide the student and scholar with some sense of the vigorousness with which the issue was fought by interested parties.
The factors we considered, which define personal resources, capture subjects' physical health, intellectual capacity, emotional stability, relational competence and vigorousness (cf.
This year's show will take place in TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall, with the scale of Photonics Festival in Taiwan expanding further to reach 1,525 booths and that of Display Taiwan 2012 attaining 473 booths, both reflecting the vigorousness of the Taiwan Photonics industry.
In her best role in years, Sorvino plays her multisided character with spirit, vigorousness and a wickedly charming glint in her eye, conveying her own giddy pleasure in the power of love but never losing sight of the determination and resolve necessary to her task and never seeming oblivious to the regrettable cruelty of some of her actions.
They might have been fight at home on Wilson's stage, although they certainly would not have been flinging their limbs about with such showbizzy vigorousness.
In its final stretch, tale becomes a watered-down, bloodied-up frontier version of Faust and Mephistopholes, with the former resisting temptation with all his might against the latter's persuasive arguments for the strength, virility and vigorousness the ultra-carnivorous lifestyle can provide.