remote sensing and geographical information system (GIS), it has become possible to monitor land-use features on earth's surface over various time intervals to develop methods for rapid stratification of high susceptive
areas and for the design of remedial measures.
If incompressible volume V' is defined as the volume of the inner relatively incompressible layer of fabric, the data presented in Table 4 illustrate the reduction of the fabric volume susceptive
to a compression with the progressively increase of the pressure.
The information provided is, to my mind, of varying quality and susceptive
to regional differences in part.
If crucial to your business, these very loyal subscribers are susceptive
to the right advertisement--especially if the ads are industry-focused, advertising an event or a very particular product.
25) Two potencies exist in created nature according to Ripalda: the passive potency of the natural form, which exists throughout creation; and the passive potency susceptive
of the supernatural form, which is to be found only in human nature as a special gift intimately related to divine providence.
Moreover, the inductance is susceptive
to the effects of the outer environment such as temperature and mechanical forces.
1) Age of inoculated seedlings: "Younger seedlings are more susceptive
than older ones.
Mortazawi and DeLoach recently described a new combining technique which achieves resonance by the use of reactive or susceptive
elements of the individual active devices in a filter-like structure.
Transmission of vaccinia may occur when a recently vaccinated person has contact with a susceptive
Together with the sub-tropical monsoon climate, the upland farming makes Fujian s farmland highly susceptive
to soil erosion.