sellar

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sel·lar

(sel'ăr),
Relating to the sella turcica.
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sel·lar

(sel'ăr)
Relating to the sella turcica.
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For example, the team discovered that native soil on the site didn't have adequate bearing capacity, says Randy Boettcher, senior project manager for Sellen Construction, "which required over-excavating down through the unsuitable soil about 10 feet to get to the bedrock-bearing layer and backfill with structural fill to build on." It also meant the removal of 90,000 yards of soil.
In order to protect 41 stories worth of upscale finishes, Sellen Construction has opted to use various temporary surface protection products from Builders Site Protection.
Researchers have argued that this resilience is connected to the way paper has been entangled with our practices over centuries (Johnson, Jellinek, Klotz, Rao, & Card, 1993), due to paper's unique affordances: we find it easier to read compared to a screen, it is easy to annotate and organize, cheap, can be drawn on, and it is portable (Sellen & Harper, 2002; Kaplan & Jermann, 2010; Steimle, 2012).
We adopted the same five items (Sellen, 1992; Daly-Jones et al., 1998) used in Study 1 to measure perceived communication difficulty on the same 7-point scale (M = 1.85, SD = 77, a = .83).
Depois da codificacao, a intencao e verificada ocasionalmente e, nesse contexto, e possivel distinguir-se dois tipos de explicacao: a primeira aponta para uma recordacao periodica apoiada por mecanismos internos autoiniciados (Hicks et al., 2000), enquanto uma segunda abordagem salienta o papel das pistas externas na recuperacao automatica da intencao (Sellen, Louie, Harris, & Wilkins, 1997).
DiGirolamo AM, Ramirez-Zea M, Wang M, Flores-Ayala R, Martorell R, Neufeld LM, Ramakrishnan U, Sellen D, Black MM, Stein AD.
Using sophisticated methods of overlapping images, they verified the correlation between 4 aesthetic factors: facial morphology, dental morphology, dental arch form, and palatal contour (SELLEN et al., 1998).
Morfa Bay instructor Tom Sellen, who will be the curator and guide to the World War I trench, posing as "Tommy"