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From the 4th of July to the 14th I was chiefly employed in walking about with my gun in my hand, a little and a little at a time, as a man that was gathering up his strength after a fit of sickness; for it is hardly to be imagined how low I was, and to what weakness I was reduced.
Information and pictures on Adidas' latest smart band device, the miCoach Fit Smart, has been leaked online revealing its new feature, the heart rate monitor and more.
The mask must fit properly to perform the intended mission and to protect the warfighter from the hazards associated with exposure to CB agents, toxic industrial chemicals, and toxic industrial materials.
Well worry not because the Mirror's style editor Dinah Turner has done all the hard work for you and compared the quality, fit and price of the essential items from the stores we all love.
This indicates that Model 2 better fits the data than Model 1.
In the case of women, there are four words that sum up a common wish: Someday this will fit.
Melancon, Thompson, and Becnel (1994) isolated eight factors rather than nine, and they were unable to find a perfect fit with the model proposed by Fennema and Sherman.
Getting a good fit is especially tough when you're a teen, as your bod is constantly changing.
The test plan is a simple, three-step process: 1) Generate data sets representative of real measuring situations, 2) submit the same data sets to both the software under test and the NIST reference algorithms for fitting, and 3) compare the fit results from the software under test with the reference fits and report on the deviations between the two.
exact, which fits univariate GAMs and uses Hastie and Tibshirani's (1990) approximations to the matrices R and [R.