The incidence of unintended extension was significantly higher in the group who had transversal expansion
than in the group who had cephalocaudad expansion
The tests revealed that finer sands had lower expansion
, which had a positive effect on the number and severity of veining defects.
Those observations boost scientists' confidence that the explosions can be used to study cosmic expansion
, says Riess.
In mid-May, the facility was weeks away from starting a much-needed terminal expansion
, which will include a two-story addition of meeting rooms, a public observation deck and more office space for tenants.
Before Panamanians vote on a referendum, the PCA wants the public to be fully aware of what expansion
entails, with no room for surprises.
* Technology has been a particularly important force in the recent years of global expansion
. In effect, an Internet site can be a global business.
The International Franchise Association's Franchise Relations Committee authored "The Network Expansion
Conflict Handbook," which explores the issue of network expansion
conflict and the approaches that franchise networks have taken to resolve such conflict.
The hardware expansion
slot, meanwhile, allows for upgrades over time.
Encouraged by these results, the Market Expansion
Task Force continues to fine-tune its strategy for 2005, revising successful 2004 campaign elements while introducing new projects and strategic partners.
In addition these servers are typically offered with PCI-X expansion
slots capable of supporting 66, 100 or 133 MHz bus speeds.
The conjecture is that the current short-term expansionary cycle in Japan's economy is partially related to concerns about a slowing in the US and China (or worse, a hard landing for China) and to historical data on Japan's postwar expansions
. If the conjecture is also that the current economic expansion
in Japan is of average length, the current expansion
is indeed about to peak.
Two recent revenue rulings on the expansion
exception to the Sec.