Blinding Everything about the look of the game is impressive, the sky is realistic
, the sun is at times blinding as you would expect it to be.
The product emulates the realistic
behaviour of users and devices required to test elements at the network edge, including border controllers, firewalls and deep packet inspection devices, as well as security and application level gateways.
Sellers need to be realistic
that if they want to sell then they may have to accept an offer they wouldn't have even considered six months ago."
It looks as though investors are using the auction room as a canny way to grow portfolios at realistic
prices: the Manchester sale saw a two-bedroomed flat in Salford, guided at up to pounds 110,000, knocked down at pounds 112,000.
In the end, they decided realistic
is defined as the depiction of an object as it appears to the eye.
For purposes of this research, we think that realistic
entrepreneurs are more likely to give more serious, careful consideration of their actions and seek information that will allow them to make decisions with reasonable judgment.
Quinn says the girl figure is so realistic
looking that you might think that she's a living, breathing person.
By enabling the development of realistic
schedules, the baselines improve the likelihood that the enterprise architecture will provide the detail required of an integration blueprint; and provide a benchmark for monitoring program performance, without which cost, schedule, and performance deviations will be neither identifiable nor measurable.
However, some snowflake-simulation specialists don't accept the snowflake patterns from such rudimentary cellular automata as being realistic
. Although the results are "snowflakelike," the models ignore nearly all the underlying physics, says mathematician Clifford A.
Ernst has written a realistic
, gritty novel about the Civil War, concentrating not on battles but on civilians who lose everything because of the war.
is the figure of 24,000 persons estimated previously to be at risk of having an adverse outcome (or [approximately equal to] 285 persons for every 1 million chickens treated with fluoroquinolones) (1).
The most common primary Holland (1997) codes by gender for these middle school students were Artistic (n = 13, 32%) and Realistic
(n = 10, 24%) for boys and Social (n = 19, 73%) and Artistic (n = 16, 32%) for girls.