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pitfall

a trap in the form of a concealed pit, designed to catch men or wild animals
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Pitfall 3 may still be at work, so other trials may try to confirm your finding (especially in other groups of people).
To increase the effective diameter of the pitfall traps, we placed two wings on either side of them (Fig.
The 7 fields used in the pitfall trapping were sampled on 31 Mar 1995 and 5 of the fields were sampled on 4 Apr 1995.
Davison succinctly shares his insider secrets to the pitfalls of trust deed lending by revealing clearly the inherent conflicts of interest between the investors and the mortgage brokers, the crippling high fractionalized lending model, the dangers in unimproved land speculation, the "creative math" of interest reserves, the commercial property myth, the gamble of future variations, and the inept nature of loan-to-own underwriting.
In our study we used three trap clusters, each consisting of a drift fence array with pitfall and funnel traps that were installed along the transition from the upland and marsh habitat (Fig.
This is one of the most seductive and common pitfalls for new leaders, according to the authors.
Do not fall into the paralysis by analysis pitfall.
This study compared measurements of abundance based upon drift fences equipped with pitfall and funnel traps to plywood artificial structures in two habitats in the Chihuahuan Desert.
PITFALL Harry - or at least his son Harry Jnr - is back swinging from the vines in a neat platform romp.
Inadequate Market Planning: A major pitfall is developing a marketing plan whose individual elements are not well integrated.
In addition to delivering qualitative and quantitative insights on the key aspects of a launch, the 148-page report presents launch leaders' perspectives on current and future risk levels for an array of pitfall factors that can affect a launch.