reading the statutes supplementally rather than preclusively adheres
otherwise read the statutes supplementally. It could be argued that this
supplementally with the ATS, should not be assumed to alter this
interaction between the ATS and the TVPA supplementally, preclusively,
Only by test flights of our type certificated (and supplementally
In addition to Freud, Greven draws supplementally
upon the thinking of Jacques Lacan (the mirror stage and the gaze) and Laura Mulvey (the male gaze in cinema).
Early development of supplementally
fed, free-ranging elk.
1997: Early development of supplementally
fed, free-ranging elk.--Journal of Wildlife Management 61: 26-38.
Untreated wood is considered to be a good insulator for supporting overhead lines, but most poles must be supplementally
protected with preservatives to provide adequate service life.
The study will be published in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences on September 6.Three times each year, Thomson compared the fruiting rate of unmanipulated flowers to that of flowers that are supplementally
pollinated by hand.
"If I can prevent a student from failing," Firn says, "either supplementally
or because of the diagnostics we do on a daily basis in the classroom, then I don't have to respond to intervention.
In coastal Maine, USA, Misumena lay a single brood under normal field conditions and exhibit an extremely high reproductive effort (Fritz & Morse 1985), yet when supplementally
fed so that they overcome severe seasonal time constraints resulting from foraging under unpredictable conditions (Morse & Fritz 1982), they may produce second broods (Morse 1994).