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Bioenergetics
The degree of awareness of a person’s physical experience, sexuality and pleasure orientation, as reflects his or her realities; achieving a grounded state is a goal of bioenergetics and body-oriented psychotherapies, as a “grounded” person is better able to handle emotional crises, painful memories and psychological exploration.
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The horizontal groundings are marked with a thick black line, the grounding conductors connecting the equipment with grounding are marked by points, and the name of the equipment QS-1-QS-6 on which the measurements have been carried out as well as the power transformers 1T and 2T are shown.
The goal of the work is experimental substantiation of the method of calculation of normalized parameters of grounding devices on the basis of a three-layer soil model.
18) See Wolterstorff, "On Secular and Theistic Groundings of Human Rights," 197-200, and "Why Naturalism Cannot Account for Natural Human Rights," 259-61.
The model in this paper, used for comparing sailing routes with regard to the possibility of groundings, will be based on the calculation of the potential number of groundings.
He said he hoped the grounding of the Ming Long Yu days after the removal of the USS Guardian, a US Navy minesweeper, from Tubbataha was only "coincidental.
Lauderdale, Florida to obtain background data needed to determine the potential for natural recovery from damage due to vessel groundings that have occurred in this area.
A fundamental problem with rational consideration of groundings in rules is that there are no simple measures of a ships defense against these loads.
Results for 2008 included the following special items, in addition to those reported in the fourth quarter: a USD432m gain from the sale of American Beacon Advisors; USD91m of facility, severance and aircraft grounding charges; and USD1.
Hinson said the FAA eventually would have found the problems with ValuJet that led to the grounding, even if the Everglades crash had never occurred.
To facilitate the alignment of these offshore routes, the proposal also extends the vessel traffic separation lanes in the western end of the Santa Barbara Channel and rotates the southern-most approach into San Francisco Bay further offshore to reduce the risk of grounding.
The calculation of the electrical characteristics of non-equipotential groundings is based on the consistent application of the induced potential method and methods for calculating branched electrical circuits with distributed electrical parameters.
A number of flights were cancelled on Wednesday (12 March) by US carrier Southwest Airlines Co due to the grounding of 43 aircraft.