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process

a flow of activities; a sequence of tasks.
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In other words, conflict adaptivity and effective adaptivity strategy can be conceived on two dimensions: (1) asymmetrical balancing between situational adaptation and personal integrity in terms of its spatial content and (2) asymmetrical balancing between situational adaptation and personal integrity in terms of its temporal process.
The formal conditions that account for empirical reality cannot themselves be temporal processes nor anything determinable in time.
Rossetti's exposure to contemporary debates on visual perception may have influenced his predisposition for imagining that which is absent as well as his conception of the audience's participation in the temporal process of art.
Our study demonstrated the regulation of the plant photosynthetic rate on soil respiration; the question thus remains open of how to integrate biogeochemical equations into state-space models for clarifying the principles of the impact on the temporal process of soil respiration.
The underlying bones such as frontal, temporal, zygoma and the temporal process of the zygomatic arch were palpable.
(6) The point here is that the representation of a temporal process running in reverse is not the same thing as the representation itself running in reverse, and though film is capable of such reversal, even film itself rarely persists with it.
So, the objective of the present study was to evaluate in each side of 121 skulls of adult persons, the relative position of the infra-orbital foramen having like references palpable anatomical points during the anesthetic procedure; as infra-orbital margin, the temporal process of the bone zygomatic, the alveolar process of the maxillary bone and piriform space.
This historical trajectory is uneven, marked by the starts, stops, and regressions that characterize temporal process. However, it is not always Traub's primary interest to fine-tune historical nuance; rather, having painted historical processes with a broad brush, her central purpose is an intervention into recent critical--particularly feminist, queer, and lesbian and gay studies--discussions of "alteritism" ("the insistence on the radical incommensurability of past and present sexualities") vs.
An important characteristic of the predicates is that they support reasoning about continuity--a temporal process between two regions must pass through the possible relationships in a well-defined way (for example, they can't go directly from being disconnected to identical).

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