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Genius is an infinite capacity for taking pains.

What appears as exceptional intellectual and/or creative capacity is actually the ability to continually exert great effort and attention to detail. Maybe these designers are born with some innate brilliance, but their designs are the result of a laser focus on getting all the details right. Ultimately, genius is an infinite capacity for taking pains.

Genius is an infinite capacity for taking pains.

Prov. Genius is the quality of being exceedingly careful about everything you do. If genius is an infinite capacity for taking pains, Marilyn certainly has it. She never overlooks a single detail that needs attention.
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The typical prison system has six or more capacities. At a minimum, those six begin with three different custody levels: minimum, medium and close.
All capacities selected within a free-flow zone will receive the same KOM price.
After that, the constraints are defined (5), which represent the limited activity capacities ([b.sub.1] - [b.sub.3]) for individual activities [A.sub.1] - [A.sub.n].
Utilization rate, in 2008, is expected to remain at the same level of 115%, as new capacities in South & East Asian regions will remain under process.
Standard features: Benchtop model requires only air supply and 115 v current for use and has interchangeable heating cylinder sizes and various shot capacities. Larger unit has direct hydraulic screw drive and direct hydraulic clamp and fits in 20 sq ft of space.
Most types of media cartridges are available in a variety of capacities and tape lengths and are widely distributed.
Expect this story to continue as the lack of balance in the equation is only now being addressed with new capacities.
"If you want long-term research collaborations as a basis for building research capacities, you have to start at the ground level of building researcher-to-researcher connections," says Damstra.
The NPA will publish a comprehensive 1995 World Capacity Survey which will list mills by location and capacities. For more information call (301) 670-0604.
the body's gradual decline in repair capabilities, the researchers observed little difference in DNA repair capacities of older people.
The following directory lists custom mixers with information concerning plant locations, equipment, mixing capabilities and capacities. A listing of companies that offer services other than mixing follows with descriptions of what is offered.
Based on this definition, two physically identical factories with identical equipment, but with different work rules and schedules, different qualities of labor and management, and different mixes of products, could have quite different capacities. Asking what the practical capacity of a plant is may be like asking how much water a bathtub can hold without overflowing: It depends on who is in the tub at the time and what he or she is doing.
The report also states that the three highest planned and announced global ammonia capacity addition plants in the forecast period are Nakhodka Fertilizer Plant Nakhodka Ammonia Plant in Russia, Maaden Waad Al-Shamal Phosphate Company Ras Al Khair Ammonia Plant 2 in Saudi Arabia, and FALAT RCF GSFC JV Chabahar Ammonia Plant in Iran with capacities of 1.80 mtpa, 1.10 mtpa and 1.05 mtpa, respectively, it stated.