columns, the macropores allow rapid flow of the mobile phase at low pressure.
domes usually sport planters around the base, with concrete shelves that jut out to make an inviting entry into the facility.
Thanks to the adoption of standard architectures that allow us to bust apart yesterday's monolithic
platforms, in the next 12 to 24 months we will see more storage application innovation come to the market than we've seen in the entire decade that preceded.
Just as Catholicism in the Spanish Renaissance was not monolithic
, neither were the goals of the Society of Jesus during this period.
The designers say Monolithic
Domes have lived up to their expectations.
Domes have been used for everything from homes to churches, they have recently been gaining favor as sports facilities in high school and colleges.
Indeed, we may already be the first to experience, in response to a cleverly marketed perception of chaos - the "health care crisis in America" - a populist appeal to monolithic
policies and absolute, oppressive, controls.
Seeing masculinity not as monolithic
but as varied, an interplay within each male of the cultural possibilities of manhood at that moment, it is attentive to the specific configuration of masculinity within each male, and assumes male identity not as a stable achievement but as a problematic in which the governing terms are contradiction, conflict, and anxiety.
Murata's World's Smallest Monolithic
Ceramic Capacitor (on the far right)(Photo: Business Wire)
The MPS Monolithic
Power Modules, available from Mouser Electronics, are high-frequency, synchronous, rectified, step-down, switch-mode converters with built-in power MOSFETs and integrated inductors.
Power Systems is a leader in high performance power solutions.
Advances in monolithic
microwave integrated circuits for wireless systems; modeling and design technologies.