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Sometimes, data that is needed to decipher how atmospheric conditions affected a particular location and case is not available.
They are still under a court order, she says, which prevents them from talking about the case.
Each content expert for this case study indicated no conflict of interest to disclose with the case study subject matter.
If the walls of the mummy case bulge so that the lid doesn't fit properly, pinch the walls together slightly.
The researchers have designed a system so that fridge case manufacturers can optimize their companies' designs.
The case bore no stickers or markings, and a label had been torn off from one side.
As is often the case in the kitchen, you have to be ready to adapt a recipe and make the best use of what you've got.
Paint your mummy case all over with a layer of white glue.
The exhibit case can be seen in the first floor fossil halls.
The groups also filed motions to unseal records in the case.
Locate a place in each room of the house that you can go to in case of an earthquake.
And in the case of puppeteers you need a really good performer.
Make sure that you keep your gas tank full and carry extra water and food in case you have problems.
The airy unit serves double duty as storage and display case.
That's not the case in freshwater sources, where the process is well-studied.
Have extra rollers and tape on hand in case paint saturates a roller and causes the tape to come loose.
In case you haven't noticed, blimps are hot these days.
In fact, it is an argument which makes the opposite case.
In the case of the sticklebacks, returning to an older model made good sense.
The situation offers a case that underlines the importance of fires to the overall health of forest ecosystems.
Bumped, in case you missed this story when it first ran.
In case you haven't noticed, obesity isn't exactly in these days.
In the case of adjacent forest and stream habitats, for example, forests were thought to sustain streams in times of need.
In each case a chimpanzee modified a branch by breaking off one or two ends and, frequently, using its teeth to sharpen the stick.
Towns can be said to be alive or dead, but in the case of my town, it's so alive you can eat it.
It's really a fascinating case in terms of the policy on both sides.
It seems to be a rare case of a seed planting itself.
Fixing the delta would serve as a valuable test case for the country and the world.
We have always tried our best to line our wooden veggie bed walls with some sort of barrier in case of chemical leeching.
In this scenario, each pin would sit in a fluid-filled plastic case.
The problem seemed, on the face of it, to be a case of egg-binding.
Yet what started as a single case of fraud has turned into a nationwide epidemic.
The new case violates the principle of double jeopardy and also contradicts the first one.
But while these figures are disquieting, a smaller fraction of people were affected than was the case two decades ago.
According to industry lore, the case was good for business.
Between them, consumers and employees have made a strong business case for sustainability.
In each case he asked them to indicate whether they thought a piece of music expressed happiness, sadness, or fear.
If this is the case, please try to arrange with your letter carrier to place the magazine in a different area.
Ask students to contribute their ideas as to why this is the case.
In this case, changing color helps the beetle hide from predators, or animals that might eat it.
There are pockets where that's not the case, but not in the vast majority of the country.
However, the researchers make a good case that none of the alternative explanations are likely.
The museum is also home to a prototype model with a clear case, currently in storage.
One of the myths about inoculation was that it did not produce a true smallpox in the patient but a spurious case of chicken pox.
Then you might have a case where some of the people aren't exactly happy but that's rare.
In each case, she noted that modern tools and abrasives had been employed.
In any case these two terms, at present, keep on fighting for space.
The freezer case was full of curious meats: a snowy hunk of a fin whale's throat, a slab of musk ox.
With a scanning electron microscope you are photographing the surface of a subject or a specimen-in my case, food.
There are still many places in our contemporary world where this is tragically not the case.
And readers never tired of the joy of having something tasty to eat when having little or nothing to eat was more often the case.
If you're a lawyer, predicting the outcome of a case is an important part of your job.
But in this case, officers under stress made fewer errors.
We had one of those and in our case it really was a sign of problems within the department.
If this is the case it can take much longer to get the official offer.
Or it may merely have been a case of a copy editor nodding.
The best solution in that case is to get a different reference, one who will write a good letter for you.
In that case, you should see when they are cheating.
The things have to be interpreted in accordance to real situations, case by case.
They kick in in case of residual heat cooling systems loss.
In that case, scientists would have known that a slow and steady process called fault creep was responsible.
Although people often say that lizards can regenerate, it is not quite the case.
It has rarely been the case that any mistake has been made.
Different people see from different standpoints, their own interest in every case directing their judgment.
But the beauty of his verse seems, in this case, to come less from intuitive discovery than from long brooding.
In any case, accident had something to do with his finding his true field.
The next day they took the case which had held them to the jeweler whose name was in the cover.
It appears to him dear in the one case, and cheap in the other.
These changes in the color of the areola are of importance in forming a conclusion in a case of suspected first pregnancy.
Those which appeared for the first time in the first or second folio are in each case so marked.
Though individually they are small, taken together they raise difficult questions about the government's case.
Police pinned down no suspects, and the case gradually went cold.
The goal in each case is to create a thriving business so the private equity firm can sell its investment stake at a profit.
He felt that a respectable case might be made that it would have survived.
Your students will see how the nation's best writers organize facts, build a case, and drive home a conclusion.
It was a profoundly unjust use of government power against an individual-a case flawed in both conception and execution.
The fact is that neither side truly understands the other in this case.
It doesn't seem to be the case that high-achieving perfectionists procrastinate more than the rest of us.
In any case, this turns out to be a fine time to buy a vehicle.
The press's case for itself is always stronger when applied to matters of public importance.
The human side of the landmark anti-miscegenation case.
With outbreaks, though, such intuitions are vindicated in case after case.
The case may perhaps remain as an example of the advantage of consultation over confrontation.
The case studies here are finely observed, judiciously expressed, and genuinely fascinating.
The pleasure of the novel lies in its subtlety-in this case, a discreet exploration of marital psychology.
But why that's the case has been a mystery-until now.
In her case, the search and destroy mission caused by her other recalcitrant itch had raised the ante.
It's pretty rare to be able to say this confidently in science, but: case closed.
After a summer vacation back home, the student reappeared with a videotape to prove her case.
Some of it could be thrown out, but some of it you keep around in case some day you need it.
The case was settled, but the collateral damage was severe.
They had a seamstress on call in case anything happened.
The first crime is still unsolved, and the verdict in the second case has by no means satisfied everybody.
In case you haven't noticed, the world has become overrun with vampires.
Perhaps it's simply the case that life at the top of the power structure is naturally anxiety-inducing.
Only one had a previous arrest but that case was later dropped.
The case is a rare win for a broker trying to oppose the return of unpaid bonus money, say lawyers.
That's not always the case with the numerous fees charged by mortgage lenders.
As are tribute tarts, which smile from the bakery case and restaurant menu.
The media lapped it up and went to town with lurid speculation, turning the case into a national sensation.
On closer examination, however, there were many problems with the police's case.
Your book strongly suggests that personalities and personal views are more important than case law.
To view the status of a case, please enter the corresponding application receipt number.
So in the case of an ideal bottle, the rate of decay should be equal to the beta decay rate.
In each case, the customer gets the flexibility of cloud computing.
In the case of nests, this mechanism would have to operate in three dimensions rather than two.
In the case of plumbing, a sensor is connected to the hose spigot on the side of a house.
For the first time, scientists can track the precise genetic changes behind an individual case of cancer.
But those studies failed to identify the mutation responsible for his case.
The results from various reaction-time experiments seem to show that this is the case.
The pack weighs about as much as a small laptop computer, yet fits into a case smaller than a carton of cigarettes.
And in any case, the equation above describes a steady state.
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