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Also, the book serves the role of a starting point for any scholar who wishes to study the problem of prediction relating to current debates regarding the tension between the predictive nature of economics and the systematical failures of them in real world or in experimental environments.
Although the stage of "atypical" endometriosis is rarely seen in practice, the malignancy risk should be considered as an intrinsic characteristic and should be dismissed only after a thoughtful, systematical analysis of the involved tissue.
However, fewer studies are available for systematical investigation on temperature and strain rate dependent mechanical behavior of PVB film, which is particularly important to understand its viscoelastic characteristics.
However, there are still few systematical studies about the effects of AB23 on multiple processes of tumor progression in ovarian cancer cells.
In 2005, the National Tourism Administration has set up a special research topic, which is the first time to systematical study the connotation and index system of China's construction of the world tourism power.
Summing up, the objective of our paper consists of developing an accounting-based framework for systematical analyses of university rankings and, on that basis, analyzing the CHE's research ranking method for German BuSs.
Elements of Botany, Structural, Physiological, Systematical and Medical.
A total of 12 patients received systematical assessment before and after nasal surgery.
He explicates the nature of the rules of variation and presents cases of systematical graphic variation through the Shanghai "Zhouyi" manuscript as a representative example of writings of the Warring States period.
PEDT was developed by Symonds for the systematical diagnosis of PE.
To date, most APCC studies have been performed using adult samples, and there has not yet been a systematical study on the relationship between age and the onset of APCCs.

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