Caption: Figure 6: A 35-year-old male with unenhanced axial T1 image showing bulky, homogeneously
hypointense soft tissue lesions (arrows) in the intra-and extraconal retrobulbar space.
If f [member of] [K.sup.[??]] and g [member of] [K.sup.[??]] are two homogeneously
equivalent zero-free K-labellings, then [R.sub.i]f is homogeneously
equivalent to [R.sub.i]g.
This structure is homogeneously
present in the coating at a concentration from 10wt% to 11wt% of CNT.
Prevalence of Mccp antibodies in goats in each district respectively as well as in the aggregate of three districts altogether attributed to goat gender is also homogeneously
proportional, with p-values as (Okara = 0.3734, Sahiwal = 0.6357, Faisalabad = 0.2961 and district aggregates = 0.1808)
Organised by the Central Institute of Buddhist Studies (CIBS), Leh, to celebrate the 2600th year of the Buddha's enlightenment, scholars said if India was seen today as a liberal and multiracial and multicultural society with dozens of castes and creed, existing harmoniously and homogeneously
, Buddhism gets a fair share of the credit.
In this unit the non uniform bulk material is steadily and homogeneously
mixed and stays in the dryer for long retention times in spite of the compact design of the dryer.
These carbides were also homogeneously
distributed in ferrite matrix (Fig.
With this method, batches of solid as well as liquid ingredients can be mixed quickly and very homogeneously
. While doing so, it is even possible to quickly add several layers onto granules and extruded products and to vary the vacuum conditions.
Dry mortars are a blend of inorganic binders, mineral aggregates and additives, which are homogeneously
mixed in the factory in a high-efficiency mixer and transported to the job site in dry form in bags or silos.
The heat insulation layer has ultrafine nm-order indium particles nearly homogeneously
dispersed in the PVB material.
The present investigation is relevant because it sought to either refute or support the race and gender divergence hypotheses that have polarized the education arena, especially in public schools, which is homogeneously
Ability to group students homogeneously
for guided reading to accommodate children's ongoing changing needs (this often requires moving students between groups).