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It also should be noted that calculating the number of deaths based on national data and extrapolating those data across national borders and mixed poultry production techniques may not always produce the most accurate picture of the situation.
Extrapolating from the Northern Manhattan Study 5-year results, the estimated 10-year vascular event rates in individuals without self-reported PAD who were in the low-, intermediate-, and high-risk Framingham categories at baseline were 8.2%, 17.4%, and 34.2%, respectively, which is consistent with how the risk score is supposed to operate.
But if it is permissible to speculate about an "image" that has yet to be exhibited, extrapolating then from the artist's prior work, it seems imaginable that, in the dynamic interaction of these sequences, the "image" with which the viewer will be confronted will progressively reveal itself as the phenomenal equivalent of his or her own atopia.
Traditional methods for human exposure assessment involve measuring exposure concentrations in the ambient environment and extrapolating to potential points of human contact, as well as measuring the concentration of parent compounds or their metabolites in biological samples (biomonitoring).
The abrupt adjustment of distorted boom-time spending patterns proves especially destabilizing--most economic agents are caught heavily exposed and flat-footed after extrapolating the boom far into the future.
Caution must be taken in extrapolating this correlation to all classes of elastomers.
This was done by comparing with a diluted ink and extrapolating the resulting viscosity function back to higher concentration.
Singer expresses his astonishment that a book so highly regarded, with such a title, "could utterly fail to discuss the injustice of the extremes of wealth and poverty that exist between different societies." Rawls only addresses those differences within a given society--somehow never extrapolating the problem and his solution beyond the arbitrary boundaries of nations.