3 min generated fragmental
ions at m/z 268, 257, 241, 224 and 211 (Fig.
My approach of fragmental
engagement runs counter to traditional ways of attending to notes and scribbles; however, it is my contention that Sade lived in such a manner that he made his life (as well as his writing) a part of his literary output.
The author tries to use social norm theory to integrate the entire volume, but readers may still feel the book is somewhat fragmental
Each of the fragmental
twin churches on the Piazza del Popolo, however, is complete at the level of program but incomplete in the expression of form.
Unfortunately, information on the Baltic autumn spawning herring is relatively fragmental
and almost lacking during the past decades.
In urban places landscape becomes uniform and fragmental
The Ashfall ash bed does not include all taxa present in this area, as the fragmental
zone beneath the ash bed contains over 35 mammalian taxa while the ash bed contains only 12 mammalian taxa (Voorhies, 2006).
In mine geology terminology, the main components of the shear zone are chlorite mottled schist, quartz-sericite (chlorite) schist, bodies of schistose and fragmental
andesite, and dacite dykes and sills.
Rather, they seem to conceptually overlap and reinforce one another; the approaches to the firm provide fragmental
knowledge that contributes to an Austrian understanding of the firm in the market but do not supply or fully support a universal view or theory.
Although these approaches list many operational details for evaluation, they are organized in a fragmental
way, which blurs the distinctive status of budgetary decision-making process.
This proposed stratigraphic relationship supports the interpretation that the tuffaceous and volcaniclastic sedimentary rocks of the Priest Cove Formation represent a distal facies of the mafic flows and fragmental
volcanic rocks of the Ross Island Formation.
nature of these states created the conditions for abuse by local elite and their metropolitan bosses.