A (US) National Institutes of Health (NIH)-sponsored project for developing and evaluating patient-reported outcome item banks and computer adaptive testing for pain, fatigue, physical function, social function and emotional well-being.
Given the fact that literacy skills are highly valued but are normally possessed by younger villagers, it follows that uneducated elders, and particularly promi nent individuals like Golabe who attempt to influence and direct events in the village, feel undermined by this fact.
Examination of this suite of calcite specimens reveals five principal habits: (1) simple rhombohedral crystals, often twinned, and translucent gray to colorless, although occasionally opaque and white; (2) equant modified rhombohedra resembling "faceted spheres," usually gray to colorless; (3) sharp, lavender rhombohedral crystals with promi nent saw-tooth development of the acute edges; (4) color-zoned scalenohedral crystals of transparent lavender and white or pale amber and white; and (5) pale amber crystals of a distorted nail-head habit, with abundant drusy crystals in parallel growth, often associated with celestine.
Overall, it seems that IWS may be a promi sing alternative to DWS when the focus is to specify and estimate a complete demand system and that the particular FAST parameterization presented in this article may work well for that purpose.
Syngenta and Myriad Genetics completed a rice sequence in January and have promi sed to provide information and technology for developing world subsistence farming, but they are not putting their sequences in the public domain.
Like Marinetti's essays, the authors of the BLAST manifestos attempted to legitimize their position by attacking their opponents as "absurd" reactionaries; similarly, their obsession with distinguishing falsity from truth was every bit as promi nent as the Futurists'.