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Mixed States Sack

A sack of mail sorted to be delivered across multiple American states. A mixed states sack cannot be sorted into more specific sacks because there are low volumes of mail going across a large area. In other words, mixed states sacks contain mail for very rural areas.
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As Bosnia, Syria and Iraq have shown, divorces in mixed states invariably lead to great violence as every community tries to carve out a "pure" territory for itself.
Most mixed state scholars feel DSM-IV criteria for mixed states to be too restrictive," the authors wrote in their report.
A BD diagnosis is highly predicted by mixed states, especially BD II, which has been linked with an increased lifetime risk for comorbid psychiatric disorders, more mood episodes, higher rates of treatment contacts, and lower rates of full-time employment compared to pure states.
A 3-week, randomised, placebo controlled trial of asenapine in the treatment of acute mania in bipolar mania and mixed states.
It is true that Saudi Arabia and Iran today represent the two powers of Sunnis and Shiites in the world, but their mixed states are together facing serious sectarian challenges that prevent them from proceeding in that dangerous adventure to the end," Noureddin said in his column on March 18.
The manifestations of cultural identities on the political arena are essential to the study of power relations configuration, especially in ethnically mixed states or in the relationship between state and supra-state structures.
People diagnosed with bipolar disorder, which affects an estimated 10 million Americans, experience alternating episodes of mania (severe highs), depression (severe lows) and mixed states which contain elements of both.
A diagnosis of bipolar disorder can be assisted by asking about symptoms of mania or hypomania in every patient presenting with symptoms of depression, recognising mixed states in which manic and depressive symptoms occur simultaneously, and identifying the features of bipolar depression that distinguish it from unipolar depression.
Mixed states and rapid cycling have been reported in over 70 percent of children diagnosed with early-onset bipolar disorder (State et al.
Viguera and reported 2 years ago, showed that the majority of bipolar recurrences during pregnancy or postpartum involve either major depressive episodes or mixed states.
Probably the first treatise of a geometric phase for mixed states is due to Uhlmann [9] in a quantum algebraic context.
Joseph Goldberg, director of the bipolar disorders research program at Cornell University, New York, said that they will provide an "informed means for substantiating how to choose among different agents for subtypes of illness like mixed states or rapid cycling.