orthose

orthose

[′ȯr‚thōs]
(mineralogy)
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however, tenders will be welcomed from provider partnerships, consortiums orthose involving sub-contracting, as well as from individual providers.
His planners orthose who cause terrorism are more guilty.
The potassium feldspar, which consists of orthose and microcline, is intensely weathered and has an allotriomorphic texture and albitised pertites.
[sup.40]K/[sup.40]Ar ages (Table 1) for both whole-rock and separated alkali feldspar phenocrysts (albite with orthose exsolutions) are nearly similar at 83.5 [+ or -] 1.9 and 80.7 [+ or -] 2.5 Ma, respectively.
I shall not be swayed by mistakes I made in the past orthose players and managers who are known to use psychological ploys to gain an unsporting advantage.
Consequently, it is recommended that non-English-speaking children orthose with LEP be tested in their native languages to determine if their native4anguage development is delayed (ASHA, 1983, 1985; Langdon, 1983; Mattes & Omark, 1984).
The analysed compositions display a typically alkaline trend of increasing orthose with decreasing anorthite (Fig.
The Nb/Y ratios range between 0.44-1.89 (Table 2) indicating an alkaline affinity, in agreement with the orthose enrichment of the most albitic plagioclase (Fig.
MANY older drivers would no doubt disagree, but one survey has just ranked them a bigger safety menace on Britain's roads than motorists on drugs, orthose using hand-held mobile phones.
Designed for older people, orthose with mobility difficulties, the service is run by by John Coke and his team of staff.
You could never really capture that great voice orthose incredible looks, but I gave it my best and the thousands in the Fan Club seemed to like it in Liverpool and around the UKBilly Fury is indeed a Liverpool legend, so much so that he is a rare breed - a pop singer with a statue in his home town.
There are three types of orthoses in terms of constructive: rigid orthoses, soft orthoses and semi-rigid orthoses.