Other recent studies have shown also the promise of assimilating
high-resolution all-sky radiances from the next-generation geostationary satellites for tropical cyclone predictions.
In order to test the potential impacts of assimilating
TAMDAR observations and to form a preliminary understanding of the sensitivity of the impacts to the data assimilation configuration, four experiments were used for the 5 case days.
As shown in Exhibit 2, there was a fairly pronounced tendency for online learners to lean toward a converging style, with a secondary emphasis on assimilating
. On the other hand, traditional students appeared to have a somewhat opposite tendency, favoring an assimilating
style with a secondary preference for converging.
the comprehensive information found in Giotto to Durer may deservedly consider themselves well on the way to being truly knowledgeable in the area of European painting from the early fourteenth to the early sixteenth centuries.
Each is a rebellious, subversive group, hoping to topple the institution in order to reach a desired (utopian?) state of existence more relevant to their own specific ways of life than the system that is currently in place." Choosing to document a "scene" far removed from Goldin's own, Harlan reflects with real acuity on documentary, self-representation, and the position of the photographer: "Just as Goldin's friends are assimilating
avant-garde movements of the past, these reenactors are assimilating
the rebellious movements of their ancestors.
These scholars often engaged their historical subjects directly and morally, questioning the genuine commitment of historical actors to the ongoing freedom struggle and criticizing some past black leaders for assimilating
into a fundamentally corrupt and racist western caste system.
A central concept in A World Effectively Controlled by the United Nations is that the collective security system it describes must be "global, with no exceptions to its fiat: universal membership." Building that order will require treating nations outside of it as "aggressors," and forcibly assimilating
A: On the whole, immigrants are assimilating
, as they did in the past.
"It's theater by the people, for the people--the only way to change art is to make it more accessible," says Landry, whose 15 plays--including Rosemary's Baby: The Musical and Joan of Arkansus--are designed to question gender stereotypes and the assimilating
A paradigm for assimilating
part-time faculty is appended.
This is no longer the grim enclave of bachelors who dug their heels into lower Manhattan because they were prevented from assimilating
. Beyond its restaurants and garment factories, Chinatown has become home to an Asian financial center staffed by an emerging class of lawyers, bankers, and entrepreneurs.
Without wanting to reduce Neuenschwander's art to her famous predecessors' productions or to the modernist discourse of antropofagia, one cannot help but note, given her snails and "edible" letters, the presence of this typically Brazilian theme in her work: forms "eating" each other, continually incorporating, digesting, or assimilating
West and East Germans succeeded, in different ways, in integrating them economically into newly evolving societies and in assimilating
them or their children economically, socially, and politically over the long run.
Once here, gay Latino immigrants face new, more complex pressures: coming out, assimilating
with the larger gay culture without succumbing to its excesses, and somehow retaining ties with their hispanidad.
For example, across the ideological spectrum, they all invoke some external, impersonal assimilating