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Finally exploiting the full, revved-up computing speed that staggering
quarks allows, the researchers could work with quark masses lowered toward more realistic values.
If design requirements dictate the placement of cross-ribbing on a casting, the designer should adhere to the recommended practice of staggering
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The International Committee of the Red Cross estimates that approximately 26,000 people a year worldwide are victims of land mines-a staggering
one victim every twenty minutes-and this statistic does not refer to combatants.
It is staggering
to observe the rapidity with which capital abandons the crusty old-timers to embrace the daring newbies.
While it can take years for the application to be approved, at least some owners are beginning to see these increases, and in the cases of rent controlled apartments, the increases are joyfully staggering
to cash-strapped owners.
However, no matter how the arrangement is looked at, the cost of nonqualified deferred compensation to the employer is staggering
CHICAGO -- Chicago area buildings and their tenants could experience a staggering
first year increase of 72% in ComEd's electricity rates, effective January 2, 2007, due to ComEd's fatally-flawed "uniform price" auction process, according to research commissioned by the Building Owners and Managers Association of Chicago (BOMA/Chicago).
It's all right selling your best player, but not getting anyone in to replace him is staggering
Dr Pugh added: "The scale of support has been truly staggering
Albert Cope, the council's environment manager, said: "The extent of the mess we find left behind on a Saturday and Sunday morning is, at times, staggering