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artifacts

see specimen artifacts.
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0 artifacts for collaborative learning based on review of literatures that show the great potential of Facebook for collaborative learning.
officials have not directly connected the artifacts bought by Hobby Lobby to ISIS or any other terrorist group.
Conclusions: Cautery artifact may delay accurate staging at initial TURBT for large tumours by understaging up to 6% of patients.
We present an ultrasound artifact that we call the rain artifact that has not been previously described in the literature.
This method suppresses the ringing artifacts only in edges and could not effectively remove the ringing artifacts in smooth regions.
But questions about the artifact aren't just raised by Rohani's opponents.
Students received their artifacts as a group in an instruction room in the library.
He added that the Italian ambassador in Baghdad recently informed him that the Italian government will be returning 38 smuggled artifacts that were confiscated in Italy.
However, artifacts may not resemble an arrhythmia, but nevertheless can alter the configuration of the native underlying rhythm.
He considers the artefact to be a kind of 'interface' between 'an "inner" environment, the substance and organization of the artifact itself, and an "outer" environment, the surroundings in which it operates' (p.
Yet all extensive units were defined in geomorphological terms, and artifacts encountered were processed using the chronotype system.
Recent issues have featured newly digitized images of various museum artifacts and historical photos.