The outfits have brought the Mavericks at par with another bunch of cheerleaders in the same Texas city - the Dallas Cowboys' dancers, who are known for the briefness
of their hemline, the Daily Mail reported.
In epidemiologic studies, questionnaires are the most commonly used instruments to measure PA, owing to their low cost, simplicity and briefness
Obviously, the width of irrationality aspects measured by the 6IRBS, together with its briefness
, is at cost of internal consistency.
While the briefness
of Theis's treatment of the Paradise Lost seems an odd note to end his work on, it also seems endemic of Writing the Forest's ambition, which attempts to limn a theoretical terrain even as it defines it.
It is documented in more than 1,000 publications; its usefulness in estimating disease burden is described in over 130 conditions and it is used worldwide because of its briefness
Some British lawmakers have charged that the briefness
meant they were merely a gimmick.
There is little commentary in this imagistic poem but while the laconic briefness
and Frostian plainness even in the metaphors is typical most of this volume is more narrative than lyric.
Wales leads the way with another common sense solution to those who would wave their very briefness
in our faces.
He added that the blog may evolve over time, but there is no plan to stray from the briefness
of the material.
Such modifications overlap brief fluctuations and rhythms, partly due to great alterations in the environment among the seasons, and also due to the briefness
of the life of the organisms (Hutchinson, 1967; Margalef, 1974).
I assume that by this approach I was able to observe briefness
and high predicative ability of this rule base.
The austere expression and briefness
come out of this respect for the economy and concentration of words as urgent messengers of fundamental truths.