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To induce refection.
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While refecting on the political/ideological impact on Chinese society, many Chinese writers in the late 1980s and early 1990s showed their dissatisfaction with the political system.
The proportion of wet only patients receiving PDT increased over this 3-year period, refecting the increasing acceptance of PDT into general practice.
For instance, the investigators had no data refecting how much caregivers interacted with and stimulated the children, which can influence a child's intelligence.
Hierarchical topic detection is a new task in the TDT 2004 evaluation program, which aims to organize a collection of unstructured news data in a directed acyclic graph (DAG) structure, refecting the topics discussed in the collection, ranging from rather coarse category like nodes to fine singular events.
star For the RecordHM King Abdullah receives Mulsim World League Secretary Genral and accompanying delegates His Majesty King Abdullah on Tuesday lauded the role of Muslim scholars in removing misconceptions about Islam and in refecting a bright image abotut he faith, its principles and teachings.
Mr Paul Haigh, Ruler of Nowhere and only Deputy Assistant Trainee Prime Minister of his own home, having no other pressing official duties that day, retired to the pool where, having basted himself liberally with Hawaiian Dark Tanning Lotion (don't try to imagine it if you haven't finished your breakfast), he whiled away the hours of daylight refecting on how the duties of a sports reporter vary from country to country, and the fact that, while Cheltenham may have been shot to bits, it's obviously all systems go for the camel racing equivalent.
Anticipating the opening of the new Hall 6 in 2003 and refecting the recent mergers in the automobile industry, the allocation of stands has been radically changed, enabling Visitors to enjoy an even broader overview of this motoring showcase, considered the world's most interesting and influential, because it is held early in the year and is not dominated by any of the major manufacturing countries.
My friend Ronnie Dugger, refecting the views of many others, argued that Caroline's place at the center of a political brawl in which conservatives were howling for his blood entitled him to a reappointment they would have admitted he did not deserve on academic grounds.
Refecting on that fruitless trip to Macedonia, he makes it clear that he has no complaints against McCarthy.
Moreover, in the government sector, federal purchases of goods and services were forecast to decrease over the projection horizon, largely refecting cutbacks in defense spending.