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Attractor

In non-linear dynamic series, an attractor defines the equilibrium level of the system. See: Point Attractor, Limit Cycle, and Strange Attractor.
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but the result is always the same--to lower the price and attract a new class of investor.
As you experiment with plants to attract beneficials, remember that the goal is not complete elimination of pests, but keeping their numbers down so that damage to plants is at a tolerable level.
With Acergy's traditional talent pool outgrown through industry expansion -- Acergy itself grew by 20% in 2006 with a similar expansion rate expected this year -- one of the strategies Acergy adopted to attract and retain key talent was to cultivate a reputation for learning and development.
But he said it is important for city officials to think about how they can attract and retain businesses and jobs, particularly manufacturing and other high-paying jobs.
Aquino added that with ample parking to attract Brooklynites, who predominately use their cars for transportation, and entertainment being brought into the equation, Brooklyn could soon be home to better quality stores.
This guide offers dozens of ideas for easy, low-cost ways a person can attract birds of all kinds into a yard or onto a windowsill.
Marinig has been instrumental in diversifying the Timmins economy, bringing in new industry, simply by believing that the city had the capacity to attract various industries.
Bed-Stuy Restoration has proven that not only can it attract businesses to the working-class Brooklyn neighborhood, but it can run those businesses as well.
Quite the contrary, the education demands of the other professions apparently attract the brighter students to what may appear to be more intellectually stimulating careers.
OTCBB: PAYD) today announced that it plans to expand its celebrity services business product offering as part of its overarching efforts to better serve existing clients, engage fans at all levels with desirable offerings and interactive content, and attract a broader range of fan communities as clients.
As a result, we're seeing a highly competitive market and developers are revving up the perks more creatively than ever to attract buyers.
Starcher puts nasturtiums in her garden as a bait plant to attract caterpillars that might otherwise eat her vegetables.