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a strategy for promoting bone healing in fractures by allowing some movement or compressive loading.
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It is a first-order political objective to dynamize the rural environment and to acknowledge its valuable resources but this will require the transfer of economic resources from public budgets.
While Sorensen seeks to overturn the ruling verities of postcolonial criticism in order to re-garner attention for the "literary," especially, for the realist narratives traduced by what he calls postcolonialism's "modernist ethos," Moslund strives to moderate and dynamize the hypostasizing polarities that typify and impair postcolonial discursivity on migration literature and hybridity.
However, between 1400 and 1800 China did not stagnate or withdraw from global commerce; instead China helped dynamize the region through participation in a thriving bullion trade, just as Chinese immigrants and sojourners brought unprecedented commerce to Southeast Asia.
At the end of the first cycle, the analysis of the diaries suggested that there was an acceptance of the capacity of ICT to dynamize the teaching practice and to work as a motivating element in students' learning.
Using a tangible concept, a fight, to dynamize a simple movement exercise, the actors playing Jesus and Lazarus were able to narrow the scope of this incredibly difficult scene into a compelling event.
Yet the artists broke down the sequenciality of perspective formation and were able to dynamize figures so that all sides could be transparent each through the others.
In doing so, it improves end-user productivity via intelligent and innovative system management solutions, helping businesses optimally to deploy, control, dynamize, maintain, and integrate their IT,' Mehta noted.
We are left wondering how exactly musical components of dance practice might activate, inflect, and dynamize these sites of political engagement which Troutman centrally positions in Native Americans' struggle to maintain cultural identity over the course of three decades.
Such a crossing outlining can have--and really has an ambiguous effect: it can dynamize exchanges both on infra- and trans-national levels between various local communities, and thus enhance the formation of open, plural, "post-modern" identities, shifting from the local to the global through a fluid, polyvalent, poly-orientated regionality; but it can also hinder the consolidation of any region and the identification of the inhabitants to any of them, infra-national and trans-national as well, provoking rather indifference in regard to the very idea of region and the identification only to the local on the one hand, and to the national on the other.
The grouping, which was founded in July 2008, and links the European Union nations with several south Mediterranean countries, decided that "in the face of scattered actions and finance, it is necessary to federate and dynamize.
Turkey implements a new project which will dynamize historical silk road project.
Of these, three addressed the virtualization of the contents in the online teaching system and two were related to the need to dynamize these contents in both teaching systems.