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1. Business using one factor of production proportionately more than others, as specified
2. Physics of or relating to a local property, measurement, etc., that is independent of the extent of the system
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2) See Hummels and Schaur for evidence about the time intensiveness of international trading activity.
Table 14 - Correspondence in the function of intensiveness L I F E1 IP 9 (100%) -- -- - CD+IP -- -- -- 2 (22%) CD -- 2 (22%) 7 (78%) 3 (33%) NCD -- -- 1 (11%) - Other -- 7 (88%) 1 (11%) 4 (44%) resources C E2 P IP -- -- - CD+IP -- -- - CD 4 (44%) 4 (44%) 2 (22%) NCD -- -- - Other 5 (56%) 5 (56%) 7 (78%) resources Source: Author's elaboration.
Secondly, intensiveness as a standard is not context-dependent in the way that exclusivity is because whether a group is using land intensively does not depend on whether there are potential trespassers at the border, how powerful these trespassers are, how powerful a groups defences are, and so on.
It depends very much on the pace and the intensiveness of the cooperation from Iran.
The idea of knowledge intensiveness requiring validation from significant others supports the concept of the influence and control professions exercise over professionals.
However, this technique of GC/MS is not so eminently suitable for routine clinical analysis, but has better applications as a screening tool of prohibited compounds in dietary supplements or urinary metabolites because of the high labour intensiveness, high cost and relatively poor sensitivity.
An ecotone as a zone of conversion between adjoining ecosystems is defined by spatial and time scales, and also by intensiveness of interaction between contacting ecosystems [2].
While England showed intensiveness going forward (though not solidarity at the back) Rooney played as though he was carrying a sack of coals.
Proposed algorithm for heart rate evaluation from ECG signal provided a good QRS detection and heart rate calculation reliability for cases, when the signal is formed during high intensiveness of human body motion.
In addition, the reduction of the computational labor's intensiveness is obtained by finding of the values of the normalization constants in the following calculation method in the form of a series convolution of geometric progressions.
The crucial modelling feature Of his work is 'contrast': as an object's character is divided into yin and yang, elements such as tenderness and intensiveness, brightness and darkness, beauty and ugliness are in coexistence and also in contrast.
However, the literature suggests two common dimensions that transcend most contexts: knowledge intensiveness and technology integration.