The former "overhead" provision in Article 26 (i.e.
, pre-October 1, 2000) read:
This will include such varied factors as the influence of thermo-mechano-chemical environments (i.e.
, monotone, cyclic and mixed histories-mission profiles); varying loading-slip directionality; the full spectrum of rate effects, including creep-relaxation, slow, very rapid and shock rates of loading; material-component processing effects (i.e.
, polymerization scheme, mixing type, extrusion, molding); material morphology; and aging.
By leveraging the learning from both the Internet development and the FC SAN deployments, IP SANs will quickly gain the storage resources (i.e.
, volume and devices virtualizations) and fault management intelligence to support easy storage expansion and re-provisioning for Exchange deployments with high availability requirements.
And, on the other, Tlusty argues that the predominant theories regarding early modern German society (i.e.
, "Max Weber's theory of rationalization; Norbert Elias's theory of the civilizing process; and most recently Gerhard Oestereich's theory of social discipline" [p 61) have probably outlived their usefulness.
In essence, the text calls for Category 3 single-hull oil tankers (i.e.
small vessels between 5,000 and 20,000 tonnes) to be phased out earlier than in the Commission's proposal which set a final date of 2015.
For example, in the event of a natural or man-made disaster, an insurer's business must be variable (i.e.
, sudden influx of claims), resilient (i.e.
, internal operations may have to survive the same disaster) and dynamic (i.e.
, able to respond to business changes quickly).
Insulation of the base plate is advised to improve control over heat levels (i.e.
, avoid PET adhesion to the plate) and optimize energy use.
Findings from the 1995 National College Health Risk Behavior Survey [NCHRBS] suggest that many college students engage in health risk behaviors including binge drinking, cigarette smoking, drug use, and unsafe sexual practices that increase their likelihood of serious health problems (i.e.
, unintentional and intentional injuries, unintended pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases, HIV infection) (Douglas et al., 1997).
Mothers of daughters reported discussing sexual issues more often than did mothers of sons (i.e.
, 30% of mothers of daughters discussed sex a "great deal" with their child vs.
Why can't the local currency data be translated at one exchange rate consistently on the form for all parts of the schedules (i.e.
, weighted average)?
Authors are responsible for following the guidelines (i.e.
, Author Guidelines found inside the back cover of the journal) for submission of original manuscripts on school counseling research, practice, theory, and contemporary issues in the field.
However, when coding Section 03 of the MDS, the RAI Manual instructions still apply; i.e.
, intramuscular, intradermal and subcutaneous injections are counted when determining the number of days in the observation period that the resident received injections.