The invitation for survey participation ended after em bodying the whole framework of compensative
strategies with real case data (the rule of theoretical saturation).
Living organisms and cells, which are affected by different environmental factors, including GMF, apparently developed compensative
mechanisms of adaptation to this factor.
sanctions, such as Dia (blood money paid to the relatives of the victim on condition they not ask for a vendetta), are normal substitutes not only in Islamic society but also in customary laws among tribes.
Other exchange-based argumentative tactics include moral cases intended to move contrite providers to alleviate their guilt and reconcile their self-esteem by performing disproportionally compensative
acts (Krebs 1982).
The physiological low concentrations of testosterone in women may introduce compensative
growth hormone/IGF-I axis stimulation in response to an increase in physical work in order to enhance muscle protein synthesis: 'after strenuous exercise, women (but not men) had increased circulating IGF-I concentrations .
California and Hawaii are two states where work-related stress is considered a compensative
illness under state workers' compensation laws.
AP value enables to evaluate the state of compensative
and adaptive mechanism, which is the basis for cardiac stroke volume;
Tuttavia, qualora il traduttore non fosse in grado di riproporre la stessa audacia stilistica dell'originale, non a causa di sue mancanze, ma per evidenti difformita tra lingue e culture, allora egli sapra mettere in gioco soluzioni compensative
tali da salvaguardare l'effetto umoristico e la scorrevolezza del source text.
In fact, Vallerand (2007b) proposes that there may be at least three types of interactions: facilitative, conflicting, and compensative
So the increase of CK activity in model mice liver and spleen may be a compensative
response of organs.