Though mainstream media has validated the need to cry personally, the biological reason we cry isn't to emotionally depurate
Therefore, the idea to study natural, especially economic, mechanisms to depurate
wastewater through biological filters (constructed wetlands) has emerged (Delgadillo et al., 2010).
Considering that there is little research on the mixture of these oxidants to depurate
this kind of water matrix, this work is very novel.
The tendency of fish to depurate
Pb from its body was significantly higher (177.94%), followed by Zn (131.13%) and Ni (38.26%).
The world GDP growth rate, [DELTA][[y.sub.t+k.sup.*], is taken as the control variable, to depurate
the country's GDP from the evolution of the world economic cycle.
(19) May be this is so because our subjects are MBA students, and the knowledge background control was not sufficient to depurate
databases, even after discharging inconsistent responses (for instance, those subjects that answered "Inventory" to a certain case on dichotomy scale, and answered "Definitely PPE or definitely Intangible assets" to the same case on the Likert scale, were discharged from the final sample, and those who answered Inventory to cases that are, a priori, clearly related to PPE or Intangible assets, and vice-versa).
After all, the object of the duty to disclose medical error is not to depurate
the conscience of fiduciaries but rather, as a matter of loyalty, good faith and candour, to disclose to patients that they have been harmed.
Before going to market, they are put in cages suspended in deeper water to depurate
, or clean themselves out, for a few weeks.
But from the late '80s to the late '90s Cambre began to depurate
; eliminating all extraneous incident, he began introspectively concentrating on a series of paintings that depicted one single object: a Chinese bowl floating weightlessly in the vastness of the canvas.