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All counselors were trained on
completion of these measures and their ratings were conducted independently.
completion of the first story episode, the referent identification and picture-naming tasks were re-administered.
In the second, two programs for logical conversion are presented: one that converts predicate logic to clausal logic, and one that performs predicate
The presence of residual agoraphobic avoidance upon
completion of behavioural treatment was found to be a risk factor for relapse.
Both large scale laser facilities designed to achieve ignition soon after 2010 are nearing
completion, the cervix is ready for rapid dilatation, the dilatational phase.
Even before its
completion, full-page colour advertisements appeared featuring a photo-realistic view of the new church and the soaring tower.
He proposes that "resonant binding" among distributed brain regions may play a role in perceptual
A small number thought that the complexity (seven attributes) and length (sixteen scenarios) should be reduced for ease of
As an inducement to work, their daily intake of water was restricted to that earned as reward for successful
completion of fixation trials.
Transactions performed by the market must be atomic, that is, they have no effect if they fail or are cancelled prior to
Scheduling identifies which tasks are to be performed, how they will be arranged and how much time and what resources are needed for their
The construction of the experimental apparatus is nearing
Table 3 displays the predicted probabilities for the
completion of accession negotiations in the second stage.
This can shorten the total run-time, and is useful to ensure eventual
completion when no workers are available.