Lithuania have impressive achievements as well - 25,800 truck fleet, the largest in the Baltic States - Klaipeda ice-free seaport, handling up to 60 million tons of cargo annually, intercrossing
standard EU and Russian-type railway gauge systems, cost efficient and high quality freight services.
6 km long, Ecologically upgraded connecting watercourse between the neuenfelder schleusenfleet and the alte sderelbe to improve the water supply of the lock association neuenfelde, Which also serves the provision of sufficient water capacity for frostschutzberegnung for the adjacent fruit growing areas in the sommerdeichverband rosengarten , In the course of the watercourse, Three intersections are realized by means of double corrugated steel passages, Whereby the respective larger jaw profile serves as a purely hydraulic flow cross section and the respective smaller profile is provided as a separate small animal and amphibious passage at the level of the intercrossing
2] resource population was established by intercrossing
2 White Duroc boars (PIC 1075) and 17 Erhualian sows as described previously .
During backcross phase, selected individuals of which two markers are both heterozygosity, during intercrossing
phase, selected individuals of which two markers are both homozygosity or heterozygosity.
PCBm passes through its own 9-16 mm long tunnel in the medial of the flexor carpi radialis tendon by intercrossing
the transverse carpal ligament (5).
The chestnut seedlings planted at Flight 93 National Memorial are about 94 percent American chestnut, the result of generations of backcrossing and intercrossing
with other hybrid offspring.
The base population was obtained intercrossing
in the partial diallel scheme, seven lines with carioca grain type (Carioca MG, CI-140, CI-128, ANPAT 8.
The disparate but also intercrossing
trends of the early republic enter her verse, where they emerge through the further context of a minority culture attempting to find its own American self-definition, and in doing so participating in defining America as well.
No less than Leonardo da Vinci mused in his notebook, "The air is full of infinite lines, straight and radiating, intercrossing
and interweaving without ever coinciding one with another; and they represent for every object the true form of their reason (or their explanation).
water channels go throughout the cubic phase and they are separated by MO bilayers, and the diameters are 5-7 nm (5-7).
They have crossed the orange-flesh diploids into the tetraploid population and, beginning in January, will be intercrossing
these tetraploid-diploid hybrids.
As Weinman clarifies in his introduction, his methodology does not entail a philosophical reading of the novel in the light of a specific theory, as one could initially infer given the prominence in his argument of Judith Butler's theory of performativity, nor is it "a Woolfian reading of Butler's thesis" (9); rather, the analysis is carried out with the purpose of a constant intercrossing
wherein the literary text is seen as the space where philosophical dynamics can be explored at work, while, conversely, philosophy proves capable of enlightening the most subtle implications of the text.