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Let's hope the programme is not a repetition of earlier such schemes which proved to be failures in steering the youth bulge to find sustainable employment.
In a ( statement sent to Bohn, Samsung said they will look into the matter "personally." Although they clarified that the protective layer shouldn't be removed, they did not say anything about the bulge Bohn reported or the flickering issue Haselton tweeted about.
It is far from a simple disk structure, being composed of two spiral arms, a bar-shaped feature that runs through its centre, and a central bulge of stars.
Shortly afterwards, there was a letter saying they could not have the bulge class.
This is because these hair follicles could not retain their old bulges, though they generated a new bulge without a problem.
The research shows that, deep within the aging bulge, some process is forming new stars.
This collection of papers is from a May 2013 conference celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory (CTIO) of Chile; the observatory has pioneered research into Magellanic clouds and the Galactic bulge. The first part of the book presents six papers on CTIO history.
A controversial Hollywood movie on the Battle of the Bulge resulted in the formation of study groups in both Belgium and Luxembourg where the battle was fought to set the record straight.
WE usually associate the term 'bulge' with that densely forested Ardenne region in Belgium where in 1944 Nazi troops launched their surprise attack against Allied forces in a battle known by that name, or more frivolously we associate it with that ungainly paunch men acquire at middle age.
The idea of a frozen tidal-rotational bulge, known as the "fossil bulge" hypothesis, was first described in 1898.
Older male smokers are at particular risk of developing an abdominal aortic aneurysm (a bulge or ballooning in part of the aorta, the main artery that carries blood from the heart to the rest of the body).