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(1) (Oe) See Oersted.

(2) (OE) See Optimistic Ethereum.
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Table 11 makes a comparison (only for weighted employment) of longitudinal sample data and all OES data by the occupations of employees.
Somente esta apropriacao critica poderia trazer a luz seus vieses politicos e limites praticos, criando condic oes para sua reconstrucao de forma consubstanciada a reconstrucao da vida social de modo mais geral.
Para o levantamento das habilidades sociais constantes no repertorio de interacao social dos sujeitos, foram efetuadas sete sess oes de filmagens para cada um deles em diversas situac oes naturais e duas, em situac oes estruturadas, todas denominadas de contextos.
Para a dinmica da acumulacao do grande capital comandada pelas financas, os equipamentos publicos formatados com base no acesso universal e que, reciproca e contraditoriamente, respondiam ao preceito fordista do consumo em massa, da circulacao da moeda e da luta da forca de trabalho por melhores condic oes de vida e trabalho, tornaram-se obsoletos.
Arc/spark OES is primarily used with solid samples, making it highly suitable for testing raw materials and finished alloys.
OEQ consists of 21 open-ended questions designed to assess the presence and intensity of the 5 OEs. Respondents are asked to provide written answers to questions designed to elicit descriptions of personal experiences that are theoretically related to OEs.
Certified on the latest releases of OES and SUSE LINUX," said Dan Regan, senior vice president, Syncsort.
He remains skeptical the industry will adopt JT as the sole standard for sharing CAD data among suppliers and OEs: "The OEs have always talked about getting to a common language, but they could never agree on the solution.
For example, optical-emission systems (OES) are considered trickier to use and require a more technically adept user than XRF analyzers.
The automated version of optical emission spectrometers (OES) using a sample manipulation system (SMS), such as the ARL SMS-2000 from Thermo Electron Corp., Waltham, Mass., enables quicker analysis, better productivity and increased capability.