Upon the last sheet was a roughly drawn map with numerous reference points
marked upon it, all unintelligible to Tarzan, who, after a brief examination of the papers, returned them to their metal case, replaced the top and was about to toss the little cylinder to the ground beside the mute remains of its former possessor when some whim of curiosity unsatisfied prompted him to slip it into the quiver with his arrows, though as he did so it was with the grim thought that possibly centuries hence it might again come to the sight of man beside his own bleached bones.
Since I donated sperms in real life, I had a reference point
when I acted in Vicky Donor.
In comparison with the reference point
1 m away from the speed table induced higher noise at low (6.
Steve Cauthen set such a ferocious gallop on Reference Point
that Media Starguest, the intended pacemaker for Triptych, was outpaced after a furlong.
In the present article, we argue that it is questionable whether initial wealth is the right choice of the reference point
for analyzing insurance problems with PT.
It should be noted, that position of the reference point
PP03 was changed in time.
adopting the reference point
must take whatever management action has
2012a) the grey extensions of both approaches of the MOORA method, Ratio system and Reference point
approaches, were discussed in details.
Ford Asia Pacific Vehicle Line Director (Small Cars) Graham Pearson, said, 'We are already working on projects to develop vehicles with India as a reference point
market, and to take them to other similar markets.
They were the reference point
for Dublin football up to Sunday.
Simply bracket the animal with the Dead-On's belly line reference point
and range reference point
closest to the animal's back.
The theory centers around the concept of subjective value - gains or losses are defined in terms of a reference point
(Myagkov & Plott, 1997).