Lawrie was at Leeds University when he delved into the early history of the universe and discovered that there were many physical and mathematical interrelationships
between branches of physics that were considered autonomous.
The authors call for a new military planning paradigm that quantifies these interrelationships
and seeks synergies and leverage in military operations by exploiting the overlap of domains.
Plenty of teens will find the father, son and game interrelationships
Union Pacific: Volume 1 covers the period from 1862-1893, chronicling the surveys, falling outs, standoffs, and interrelationships
which faced struggle to build up the Union Pacific dream.
A second project examines the interrelationships
between fatherhood role transitions and transitions in other life roles such as completion of education, beginning full-time employment, cohabitation, and marriage.
Although the future sponsorship of EHP is uncertain, the journal will continue in its mission of serving "as a forum for the discussion of the interrelationships
between the environment and human health by publishing in a balanced and objective manner the best peer-reviewed research and most current and credible news of the field.
of the characters showcase John Moore's magical writing skills.
Excessive and abrupt changes to our longevity will result in the upsetting of our precarious natural interrelationships
and societal functions.
between structure, antimicrobial activity, and side effects associated with various side chain positions of the quinolones are discussed here.
In bringing interrelationships
of ideology, social and cultural history into focus, Arnold draws largely on two themes, the evolution of the country house, and the history of Classicism.
For it is a peculiar characteristic of Wilkes's deceptively unprepossessing installations that they quietly establish a seemingly airtight aesthetic microclimate almost entirely conditioned by the interrelationships
of the work's constituent parts and their various historical accretions--literal, metaphor ical, or metonymic--to the exclusion of everything else, including the work's site and even its actual or potential viewers, who are simultaneously seduced and held at bay by its bruised beauty and fragile but stubborn hermetism.
Folks's analysis of Wright's The Color Curtain: A Report on the Bandung Conference turns up the usual themes in Wright's work: his alienation and his faith in the interrelationships