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physi(o)-

 
word element [Gr.], nature; physiology; physical.

physio-

, physi-
1. Physical, physiological.
2. Natural, relating to physics.
[G. physis, nature]

physi-

See physio-.

physio-

, physi-
Combining forms meaning physical, physiologic; natural, relating to physics.
[G. physis, nature]
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1] region originating from remaining physi- and chemisorbed water and silanol groups was observed in all the coated particle systems.
TABLE A Bright Child Gifted Child Knows the answers Asks the questions Interested Extremely curious Pays attention Gets involved physi- cally and mentally Works hard Plays around, still gets good test scores Answers questions Questions the answers Enjoys same age peers Prefers adults or older children Good at memorization Good at guessing Learns easily Bored.
It's fair to say that this is one of the grand intellectual challenges-not just in the earth sciences, but, I think, in all of the physi- cal sciences," says Raymond Jeanloz, a geophysicist at the University of California, Berkeley.
and Government of Balochistan Progress by MCC Towards Financial Physi- Construction of Mine, (%) cal (%) Remarks Concentrator Smelter Facilities: - Mining, -- 91 -- - Concentrator -- 81 -- - Smelter, -- 73 -- - Auxiliary Facilities, -- 90 Most of machinery and equipment has been received.
While Keynesian and other economists may split hairs over the defini- tion, in essence infrastructure consists of all the physi- cal structures and systems that enable an economy (or even a private organisation) to function efficiently.
independent or net- work, ancient or modern and, not least, to a hugely important mi- nority of people, in both its physi- cal and emotional senses, reception.
1314 Standardized patients can be used to score communication skills such as physi- cians' history taking physical examination medical decision making communication as well as health service utilization and the quality of medical care.
The first involves background variables such as genetics, physi- ology, temperament, personality, social-cultural ex- pectations, and exposure to violence which predis- poses individual and the second factor is provoking or frustrating stimuli in the environment that produce stress, arousal, and anger.
General physi- cal examination and neurological assessment was also done in all cases.
The men were given PSA tests, and asked to have a routine physi- cal investigation called a digital rectal examination.
Table 3 - roll covers - required general properties Requirement of roll cover Property of vulcanizate High restoring forces Low compression set High wear resistance Low abrasion loss Minimal change in dimen- Low swelling in ambient sions media Low hardening Good heat and chemical resistance Minimal change in linear Little dependence of physi- pressure cal properties on tempera- ture Good dynamic behavior, Low heat build-up, low loss minimal energy uptake factor tan [Delta], little and dimensional stability flow, high fatigue resistance under pressure Good adhesion to metal or Excellent rubber metal plastic at service tempera- adhesion (bonding system ture must be selected accord- ing to service temperature)
3-5 In contrast interim and advanced breast cancer patients usually require long-term treatment thus tremendously burden- ing them and their families physically and physi- ologically accompanied by high mortality rates.