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Adj.1.experient - having experience; having knowledge or skill from observation or participation
skilled - having or showing or requiring special skill; "only the most skilled gymnasts make an Olympic team"; "a skilled surgeon has many years of training and experience"; "a skilled reconstruction of her damaged elbow"; "a skilled trade"
toughened, tough - physically toughened; "the tough bottoms of his feet"
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The main effect of protein supplements seen by our group using the same experimental model described in experient 1 was increase in hay intake with small or no changes in OM and NDF digestibility, perhaps due to a decrease of about 10 h in total tract retention time (2) Because total DM intake increased in supplemented animals, all supplements increased intake of digestible DM, OM and CP over the control (Table 4).
An existing partnership between StarCite and event management service Experient has also been expanded.
Owner Russian adventurer Fedor Konyukhov wont be on board-Instead the boat will be campaigned by a yong but experient crew led by Australian skipper Mark McRae.
Although it have been shown that pace-maker light are an effective method to adjust velocity for experient and less experient swimmers (Keskinen and Keskinen, 1999); all butterfliers had previous experiences with the apparatus.
As fact wastes out of experience Leaving no promise of conservation Or perpetuity of those ultimates Deposited in the experient, And deaths and negatives waste being; The erosion of being to what is, Elimination in logic, and passage Of history, effective equally-- And only values prime and promised Surviving, and only dubiously-- Being as vital becomes a postulant Of hope, a struggle of sein and sosein, Whose only assurance is moral.
These worlds were presented in Chinese characters to the bilingual subjects in Experient 1.
Though Derrida, so he can construct his metaphysics of deconstruction, has to separate literal language from the "transcendental signified" who would use that language, Abhinavagupta would have thought this ridiculous, for "Any experience without its relation to an experient is meaningless" (60).
Despite its concerns with 'traditional' anthropological themes, her monograph deals with issues of representation and claims to be 'an experient in a new kind of ethnographic interpretation regarding .
ATLANTA -- Experient Group, a Management and Systems Consulting Services company, announces the expansion of its breadth of offerings, including business consulting services that complement its existing service portfolio.
Presenters include Jay Tokosch, co-founder of Core-apps, a developer of mobile applications for conferences and events; and Terence Donnelly, vice-president of sales for Experient, one of the largest event and attendee management providers in the industry.
com)-- Mingle360 and Experient joined forces to implement a networking solution comprised of MingleSticks for attendees at a recent 10,000+ person conference (client name confidential).
As two of the largest and most respected companies in the meetings and events industry, Maritz and Experient now will expand their collective ability to deliver a full range of exceptional event experiences.