Thin, non-erosive ice would also account for the high degree of preservation of the structure rims on an otherwise glacially
sculpted and eroded landscape.
For instance, economists have noted that the surprisingly slow adoption of leading-edge medical practices across the United States mirrors the glacially
slow propagation of hybrid crop seeds a half-century ago.
The evidence supports a model of localized control on sedimentation rather than sedimentation controlled by glacially
influenced eustatic sea level change.
I know you have a dialogue with Lebanon's political leadership on these issues but the process of reform is moving glacially
Despite a glacially
slow economic recovery I think they are.
FOUR TO WATCH SEBASTIEN LOEB (French) - Citroen Total World Rally Team: Current World champion Loeb is glacially
cool, totally focussed and sublimely quick in all conditions.
THE DEMISE of the Himalayan glaciers is happening more glacially
than expected--and in some cases may not be happening at all.
The move to faster-twist barrels has been glacially
traces the processes that lead to the diversification of life forms on a number of taxonomic levels and discusses the glacially
slow recovery of species diversity after major downturns and mass extinctions.
Additionally, a poor understanding of the origin of these glacially
deposited rocks may have led to the perception that these aggregate would not perform well under heavy traffic loads (Fisher, Smith 1993).
Far beyond anger at the glacially
slow pace of prosecuting former president Hosni Mubarak and his apparatchiks, Egyptians are confronted on a daily basis with the unforgiving lead and steel of counter-revolutionary brutality, orchestrated by those with interests vested firmly in the resurrection of autocracy.
Mr Favas added: "If the eurozone crisis worsens, the first-time buyer market will seize up over the winter and become glacially