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The common root for capable of, skilled at—e.g., operable.
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Abler's employment based upon her answers to the unlawful questionnaire just made matters worse with yet another violation," Supervisory Trial Attorney Suzanne M.
Public goods Negative externalities Landscape and open-space amenities Nutrient runoff Cultural heritage Sedimentation and turbidity Rural economic viability Drinking water contamination Domestic food security Odours from livestock operations Prevention of natural hazards Animal welfare Groundwater resource recharge Irrigation--overuse, salinization Preservation of biodiversity Loss of biodiversity Greenhouse gas sinks Greenhouse gas emissions Flood mitigation buffers Land degradation Feral animal and weed control Spray drift Fire mitigation Reduction in natural fire patterns Source: the Author, adapted from Abler (2004).
Abler, Adams & Gould (1971)'un belirttigi gibi, cografyacilarin 1950'lerden itibaren mekana ozgu oldugu kesfedilen 'goreliligi' siklikla kullaniliyordu.
(4.) Kochesfahani, S.K., Abler, C., Crepin-Leblond, J., and Jouffret, F., "Maximizing Talc Benefits in Durable PLA Applications with Luzenac HAR[R]," Proceedings of 2012 SPE ANTEC Conference, pp.
Mientras algunos han estimado poco efecto perjudicial (Ravallion y Wodon, 2000); otros han mostrado que la simple participacion laboral desincentiva la escolarizacion (Abler, Rodriguez y Robles, 1998; Akabayashi y Psacharopoulos, 1999; Nielsen, 1998) o la regularidad de la asistencia a la escuela (Boozer y Suri, 2001).
The transformation of complex, continuous spatial information in a way that spatial patterns are identifiable and recognized in manageable areal aggregates (Abler, Adams, and Gould 1971) remains a challenge in terms of both scientific soundness and practical implementation (Wise, Haining, and Ma 2001).
Considering the lack of an effective medical treatment for these problems, counselling before and throughout Norplant-use is of particular importance (21) Also, a study in Senegal showed that women who had been counselled about the full range of the side-effects of Norplant appeared abler to tolerate these side-effects and to seek treatment.
Abler, "Functional explanation of differences in voice onset time and oral air-pressure rise time for stops articulated at different distances from vocal cords," The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol.
His wife proved a far abler politician, and Jennifer Davey devotes a separate essay to Lady Derby, the erstwhile stepmother of Lord Salisbury, the future foreign secretary and prime minister.
CAST: Pyotr Fyodorov, Thomas Kretschmann, Sergey Bondarchuk, Maria Smolnikova, Yana Studilina, Andrey Smolyakov, Dmitriy Lysenkov, Alexey Barabash, Heiner Lauterbach, Oleg Volku, Polina Raikina, Anna von Abler, Yuriy Vladimirovich Nazarov
De este modo, la certificacion forestal (CF) y el pago por servicios ambientales, (PSA) desde un enfoque mas participativo (Chomitz 2006; Wunder 2005; Horan, Ribaudo y Abler 2001), permiten alcanzar la conservacion.
To our knowledge, the role of subsidization of BMPs in fostering an efficient allocation of NPS abatement effort via WQT has been explored in only one previous paper--Horan, Shortle, and Abler (2004).