I think we may say the same of all the habits and aptitudes that we acquire in all of them there has been present throughout some instinctive activity, prompting at first rather inefficient movements, but supplying the driving force
while more and more effective methods are being acquired.
The great driving force
of the oligarchs is the belief that they are doing right.
Mr Goodyear was one of the driving forces
behind the Scottish Traditional Boat Festival in Portsoy, which now draws an international audience to the north-east.
Summary: The bank said growth in bank balances and deposits overseas were the driving forces
behind the rise
Among the driving forces
behind the project is club stalwart and former Offaly senior football goalkeeper Laz Molloy.
In the equations, T is the air temperature of the 50 km * 50 km Fengyun satellite pixel; [T.sub.ad] is the temperature contribution of advective driving force
on the basis of the 50 km * 50 km large-scale air average value; [T.sub.rt] is the temperature contribution of radiant and turbulent driving forces
on the basis of 50 km * 50 km surface temperature average value.
4, where kinematic parameters from actuated and passive joints are included), the obtained driving forces
on the trajectory (Figure 2, continuous lines) have a similar profile with the displacement variation.
As the voice of the industry, REBNY is among the driving forces
that keep it strong and I am proud to be able to play a part and humbled to have been asked to serve as its chairman.
American Scientific Publishers (ASP; Stevenson Ranch, CA) has launched "Journal of Scanning Probe Microscopy," a new quarterly journal that covers all forms of scanning probe microscopy (SPM), one of the driving forces
behind the rapid development of nanoscience and nanotechnology.
Bowman, a 26-year veteran of the 27-district wide career technical school system in southeastern Ohio, cites preparation for careers and post-secondary education--more than half of MVCTC students go on to two- and four-year post-secondary schools--as the other primary driving forces
in the school's commitment to improve communication skills.
Beneath these factors, in turn, lie the more fundamental driving forces
: growth in our population and increasing consumption per person.
MTNA members are uniquely positioned to be driving forces
in helping their local communities sustain and increase access to music education.
On the one hand, the United States and the European Union continue to be the "traditional" driving forces
of the global economy, accounting for more than half of global trade and investment.
A "must-read" primer for any beginning student of Middle East society, and a vital resource for anyone striving to better understand the setting and driving forces
behind world news headlines.
This metaphor was supported by the findings of the study whereby persisters reported fewer restraining forces while switchers reported fewer driving forces
. The two driving forces
that are common among persisters and switchers are formal support programs and peer support programs.