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POSSIBILITY
SAMPLE
SMITH SET
MEDIAN NUMBER
COSMIC CYCLES
ANNUAL CYCLES
ENDLESS CYCLES
ADDITIONAL CYCLES
RECURRING CYCLES
COSMOLOGICAL TIME CYCLES
CHEWING CYCLES
DRYING CYCLES
SONNET SEQUENCES
MEGAHERTZ
GIGAHERTZ
FULL CYCLES
BODY TEMPERATURE
OVULATION
INTERSECTION THEORY
MATCHING LENALIDOMIDE PLACEBO
INVESTMENT CYCLES
WAR CYCLES
HUMIDIFIER
FULL MOON CYCLES
ALTERNATIVE CYCLES
SEASONAL CYCLES
EUKARYOTIC LIFE CYCLES INVOLVING SEXUAL REPRODUCTION
FOUR-YEAR CYCLES
REPRODUCTIVE CYCLES
DIFFERENT CYCLES
ECLIPSE CYCLES
BIOLOGICAL CYCLES
NATURAL CYCLES
SUBSEQUENT CYCLES
NORMAL MENSTRUAL CYCLES
STROKE CYCLES
ANIMAL LIFE CYCLES
CIRCADIAN CYCLES
SLEEP-WAKE CYCLES
COMPLEX LIFE CYCLES INVOLVING
IRREGULAR MENSTRUAL CYCLES
ALGEBRAIC CYCLES
SUNSPOT CYCLES
SEVERAL CYCLES
SIX CYCLES
SIMILAR LIFE CYCLES
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Cycles are part of matches and should be understood as reality, so when you are in a down cycle just keep plugging along.
  2. Cycles are not carried on Cardiff suburban services arriving in Cardiff between 07.30-09.00 or departing Cardiff between 16.00-18.00 Monday to Friday.
  3. Cycles are self-perpetuating, though they can be hastened by exogenous shocks, such as a precipitous rise in oil prices or a protracted military campaign.
  4. The cycles are said to repeat like the seasons, waxing and waning within a greater time-cycle of the creation and destruction of the universe.
  5. Life cycles are a diagrammatic representation of the events in the organism's development and reproduction.

Possibility

  1. The possibility of cycles is examined, both in the intertemporal extension to the Condorcet paradox and in more general examples. (Web site)

Sample

  1. On the (Sample) Condorcet Efficiency of Majority Rule: An alternative view of majority cycles and social homogeneity. (Web site)

Smith Set

  1. The Smith set can have more than one candidate, either because of pair-wise ties or because of cycles, such as in Condorcet's paradox. (Web site)

Median Number

  1. The median number of cycles administered across all patients was 4; in responding patients the median number of cycles was 8.

Cosmic Cycles

  1. Lingbao cosmology supposed that time was divided into cosmic cycles that were correlated with the Five Phases.

Annual Cycles

  1. Time was represented by annual cycles during which cohort members may or may not progress or die from liver disease or other causes.

Endless Cycles

  1. The theory describes a universe exploding into existence not just once, but repeatedly in endless cycles of death and rebirth.

Additional Cycles

  1. If a complete response (CR) is achieved, usually two additional cycles are given and the treatment is considered complete.
  2. However, patients who were still benefiting usually continued for additional cycles, including maintenance treatment.

Recurring Cycles

  1. Religious festivals are commonly celebrated on recurring cycles in a calendar year or lunar calendar.

Cosmological Time Cycles

  1. The precession is clearly derived from the cosmological time cycles as shown below.

Chewing Cycles

  1. Mastication consists of a number of chewing cycles.

Drying Cycles

  1. The pore-network attributes of the crusts were also found to vary as a function of both the soil type and the number of wetting and drying cycles.

Sonnet Sequences

  1. Sidelight: Other literary groupings or collections include sonnet sequences, lyric sequences, cycles, companion poems, and anthologies.

Megahertz

  1. Megahertz: A frequency measurement in millions of cycles per second.

Gigahertz

  1. GHz, or gigahertz, refers to frequencies of billions of cycles per second.

Full Cycles

  1. The number of full cycles depends on the block size, but there are at least six (rising to 32 for small block sizes).

Body Temperature

  1. If body temperature rises above 102 Fahrenheit then the dosage should be lowered or the cycles should be terminated.

Ovulation

  1. Luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) are two hormones produced by the pituitary gland which control heat cycles and ovulation.

Intersection Theory

  1. In the mid-1920s, J.W. Alexander and Lefschetz founded the intersection theory of cycles on manifolds.

Matching Lenalidomide Placebo

  1. Subjects randomised to Treatment Arm A will also receive matching lenalidomide placebo for the first 9 cycles.

Investment Cycles

  1. The research strongly confirmed the older view that business cycles have large systematic components that take the form of investment cycles.

War Cycles

  1. The theory of war cycles holds that wars happen in cycles.

Humidifier

  1. Humidistat A humidity-sensing control that cycles the humidifier on and off.

Full Moon Cycles

  1. When using an accumulator with the second, cyclic table above, then at the jump after 18 full moon cycles, first correct the accumulator by subtracting 8.

Alternative Cycles

  1. The alternative cycles of time entail a graded series of meditative practices of anuttarayoga tantra.

Seasonal Cycles

  1. In addition to its geographical features, Mars’ rotational period and seasonal cycles are likewise similar to those of Earth.
  2. The sun cross proper most commonly represents the sun and the seasonal cycles of the year.

Eukaryotic Life Cycles Involving Sexual Reproduction

  1. Meiosis occurs in eukaryotic life cycles involving sexual reproduction, comprising of the constant cyclical process of meiosis and fertilization.

Four-Year Cycles

  1. In 1986, the IOC decided to separate the Summer Games and Winter Games and reschedule them on four-year cycles two years apart.

Reproductive Cycles

  1. Rotations of crops, especially cereals with legumes, break up the weed growth and reproductive cycles and reduce their presence and competition with crops.

Different Cycles

  1. It was the synchronization in time of key points in these different cycles that would define the center of time and space.

Eclipse Cycles

  1. The Saros cycle is probably the best known, and one of the most accurate, eclipse cycles.

Biological Cycles

  1. Organic agriculture is an ecological production management system that promotes and enhances biodiversity, biological cycles and soil biological activity.

Natural Cycles

  1. These natural cycles provide a "fingerprint" of how the carbon cycle responds to climate change.

Subsequent Cycles

  1. When ovulation occurs at this dosage, there is no advantage to increasing the dose in subsequent cycles of treatment.
  2. Thus, mean platelet nadirs occurred early, in cycle 1, among patients who responded, and mean platelet counts were higher in subsequent cycles.
  3. Adjustments in the dose of CAMPTOSAR were made during the cycle of treatment and for subsequent cycles based on individual patient tolerance.

Normal Menstrual Cycles

  1. Secretion of either FSH or LH can lead to loss of normal menstrual cycles and infertility in women as well as impotence and infertility in men.

Stroke Cycles

  1. The two adjacent 4 stroke cycles are different and become an 8 stroke or Blackburn Cycle for half load or less.

Animal Life Cycles

  1. Animal life cycles have meiosis followed immediately by gametogenesis.

Circadian Cycles

  1. The hypothalamus is also the area of the brain that controls body temperature, hunger and thirst, and circadian cycles.

Sleep-Wake Cycles

  1. Patients in a coma do not respond to external stimuli, such as pain or light, and do not have sleep-wake cycles.

Complex Life Cycles Involving

  1. Have complex life cycles involving two different hosts (usually mammal and often a mosquito) l.

Irregular Menstrual Cycles

  1. Women who are given chemotherapy often experience symptoms of menopause, such as hot flashes, vaginal dryness, and irregular menstrual cycles.
  2. A disruption in the cycle of changing hormone levels, actions, or interactions can result in anovulation and irregular menstrual cycles.

Algebraic Cycles

  1. At that time, it was conceived as a theory constructed on the basis of the so-called standard conjectures on algebraic cycles, in algebraic geometry.

Sunspot Cycles

  1. The amplitude of this second component is roughly five times that of the magnetic modulation during sunspot cycles.

Several Cycles

  1. Majority of the individuals have to endure several cycles of this treatment.

Six Cycles

  1. This drug combination is referred to as “CMF.” Four to six cycles of treatment over three to six months are commonly given for breast cancer.
  2. Chemotherapy was administered, according to cohort, on day 1 of a 10-day cycle, for six cycles.

Similar Life Cycles

  1. Instead, the term has been used to cover a number of phylogenetically disparate organisms with little in common other than similar life cycles.

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