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And the researchers soon will begin testing the effectiveness of tactile cues, such as a vibrating steering wheel, which would tell drivers what direction to turn the wheel to stabilize the car.
The mechanism by which Sn stabilizes pearlite is achieved by blocking diffusion of C from the matrix to graphite flakes during the eutectoid reaction.
Established in 1934, this ESF had provided the then extravagant fund of $2 billion in working capital before World War II, for short-term currency trading to stabilize the value of the dollar in world trade.
We do want to stabilize population growth, and we hope that people will voluntarily limit themselves to two children."
We predict, however, that fully participating companies will see their health-care costs stabilize over time as their work forces become healthier, more productive, and more efficient at using medical services.
The Indian rupee has been consistently hitting a low in the past few months even though the government took various steps to stabilize the currency.
Summary: Algeria aims to stabilize its inflation rate around 3 to 3.5%, said Tuesday here Finance Minister Karim Djoudi.
If the shoe excessively rolls inward or outward, it will not stabilize your foot.
Unlike other provinces, Ontario has refused to use any of its share of the funds, about $880 million, "to stabilize, improve or expand licensed child care anywhere in Ontario".
Geim and his colleagues, however, learned that certain materials can stabilize a magnet that is being levitated by another.

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