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Of or relating to a firm or the operations of a firm that are deemed unprofitable. The term derives from the color of ink used to show losses on financial statements. Compare black.
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"We found the inner core is indeed solid, but we also found that it's softer than previously thought," Associate Professor Tkalyiiyc said.
In my seminar, I teach participants how to summon their inner advisor or inner guide through a simple meditation and visualization process.
Funded by the Inner Forth Landscape Initiative, the film will be used as a teaching resource for local schools, and can also be watched online.
On deadline, please confirm receipt." Receipt has been confirmed, and Inner City Press has presented to the UN what UNHCR said, about no sending back to Cameroon.
By culturing human stem cells in this manner and treating them with specific signaling molecules, the investigators were able to guide cells through key processes involved in the development of the human inner ear.
According to the above measurement operating conditions, a prediction method for the radial runout of inner ring in cylindrical roller bearings is presented, which is based on the following assumptions:
Because the hearing organ in the inner ear is intact, hearing aids, which amplify sound, are very helpful.
Because the temperature increases in the journal and bearing block are approximately [DELTA][T.sub.J] [approximately equal to] [DELTA][T.sub.i] and [DELTA][T.sub.B] [approximately equal to] [DELTA][T.sub.o] ([DELTA][T.sub.J], [DELTA][T.sub.B] are the journal and block temperature increases, respectively), so not only the heat transfer from the journal to the inner film but also the heat transfer from the outer film to the bearing block are neglected for brevity in this article.
In the last 17 years, over 800 unique companies have earned positions on the Inner City 100 list.
The layer below this is the Inner Core - a solid ball of iron and nickel, about the size of the moon and about as hot as the Sun.
In a logical fashion, the authors provide a full discussion of the Inner Critic, detailing seven specific types of critics that people might have, including "The Perfectionist," who has "very high standards for behavior, performance, and production," and "The Guilt Tripper," who "constantly makes you feel bad and will never forgive you." The authors make the surprising point that the Inner Critic is "actually trying to help us" because it "thinks that pushing and judging you will protect you from hurt and pain." As a result, they advise the reader to form a "positive connection" with the Inner Critic and understand its motivation.
Dar Al-Efta'a highlighted in its fatwa today, that the inner intention is related to the heart, and it is not a condition to be verbal, pointing out that the inner intention in regard of some points of view of some scholars, should be renewed every day during the month of Ramadan, and it should also be assured somewhat before Fajr time, where the fasting person says they intend to fast the day after in Ramadan.