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fem

A slang term for the passive female in a lesbian dyad.
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FEM Kikambala teen dancers performed Mijikenda traditional dances to the enthusiasm of the locals.
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Main sources for difference are an image noise for DIC and the simplification for FEM. However, comparing values obtained through extensometers shows, that FEM model is accurate enough.
A power law function was used in FEM to define the creep behavior of beech, which is shown in Equation 1.
Consequently, the development of the FEM is driven more by usage patterns than specific industries, according to Oliver Rubenkonig, a consultant in the algorithms R&D department at Wolfram Research, who said: 'The methods (such as the FEM) are not important.
While Fem represents the South-West, Chim, who hankers after total break-up of the company/country in the absence of restructuring, represents the South-East.
To validate our model a comparison with the Stress Intensity Factor (KI) results obtained via an analytical method and numerical methods (FEM and X-FEM) was implemented.
The geometry of both the FEM and FDEM models that were developed follow the geometrical characteristics of the URL Test Tunnel.
The FEM report concludes: 'Despite the 2017 amendment, cases are continuing, and the law remains a primary tool for censoring criticism and silencing critics.
This parameter is important as it is used to simulate the FEM software.
In FEM/BIM, the interior region [[OMEGA].sub.FEM] is analysed by FEM and the outer region is modelled by BIM, which naturally satisfies the radiation condition.
Our method falls mainly within the first category by using the finite element method (FEM).