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Electronics occurring at, operating at, or capable of separating out a particular frequency or band of frequencies
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It is not just the high degree of selectiveness mentioned when we discussed intramedia fragmentation that comes into play here.
We show that demons commonly evoked in math and physics can be replaced with rational complexity through meaningful and recursive conceptual selectiveness that resonates with dynamic flux-level merging of causation and representation.
The selectiveness of mineral particles is more intriguing, considering that sponges are characterized by the incorporation of calcareous, not siliceous, particles.
sup][9] The criteria include sequence generation, concealment of allocation, masking of subjects, staff and outcome assessors, completeness of data, selectiveness of outcome reporting, and other scores of bias.
MTV started reporting on the corruption related to delays in maintenance and the selectiveness of the Lebanese ministries and politicians, [but] it was time the toneof voice was taken to another level, thus the 'Ter2at el Zefet' campaign.
They are characterized by high sensitivity, selectiveness and rapid response.
Ultimately, selectiveness should be ingrained in the modern dealmaker's DNA.
The term enslavers presents rhetorical problems, but perhaps more problematic is the selectiveness that Baptist applies to the geography of slavery.
This may be possible for some but for those who canat do this, a certain amount of selectiveness may be required.
While delivering a speech on March 16, 1954, in Sindi, Wardha, he said: "If we say that we are part of the organization and accept its discipline then selectiveness has no place in life.
To examine potential selectiveness of our sample, we computed [chi square] and t-tests to compare respondents (n = 179) with those who had not participated or obtained any peer ratings (n = 92).
The amount of importance that parents and kids seem to be attaching to the selectiveness of where they went to school did not seem to me to jibe at all with the ingredients of success as manifest in the people I've met who were successful and even more to the point content,'' he said, in a recent CNN interview.