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delayer

[di′lā·ər]
(materials)
A substance mixed with solid rocket propellants to decrease the rate of combustion.
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The results showed that the brain's prefrontal cortex was more active for high delayers and the ventral striatum-an area linked to addictions-was more active in low delayers.
Unlike delayers, who are able to reach a decision as soon as one obvious choice emerges, deliberators don't stop the process until every stone has been overturned.
Delayers often get stuck between two choices, so they are in danger of making a rash decision in order to escape the conflict.
Delayers also respond well to inspirational stories in which everything turns out all right.
Furthermore, anticipators reported less involvement in religion and lower school achievement than delayers.
We aimed to further characterize the factors affecting transition to first intercourse among delayers and anticipators by analyzing longitudinal data from a randomly selected, national sample.
Those who reported little or no chance were classified as delayers, and those reporting a 50% or greater chance were categorized as anticipators.
No difference was found between delayers and anticipators in terms of self-control or self-esteem, and neither factor contributed significantly to models that predicted the transition to first intercourse.
In initial analyses, an ordinal measure of expected educational level was included, but this measure did not differ significantly between anticipators and delayers or influence the transition to first sex, so it was excluded from the analysis.
TIAN CacheDirect(TM) delayers content into fragments and determines the most relevant content to deploy at the edge, and can pre-populate the cache with the most relevant ESI fragments.
Additionally, the study found that delayers are far more likely to describe themselves as beginner investors.
Greshenelie and the thirsty Armenians were not the only delayers of dressing and undressing.