Figures 2-5 show details of four fine-tuned
Consumers don't have to wait until the system is fine-tuned
to get rid of their obsolete TVs and computer monitors, however and can be assured that the materials are being handled appropriately when they select authorized recyclers.
To achieve the 3D configuration, the sizes of the nanoparticles were fine-tuned
, based on mathematical calculations for the ideal size of the structures.
The murderous response to the Shi'ite uprisings was fine-tuned
: the White House allowed Hussein free rein in southern Iraq, drawing the line at his use of chemical weapons and fixed-wing aircraft.
Poring over the evaluations from previous courses, the planning committee fine-tuned
the course to ensure that it stays focused on real-world issues.
PRISMA 2 hearing instruments can be precisely fitted and fine-tuned
using Siemens CONEXX[TM] programming software, which has a new, easy user interface designed especially for this line.
Moreover, the establishment of a software development center on the West Coast of the United States -- where storage and other computer technology related market information typically is generated -- will enable the organization of a development framework that is more fine-tuned
to the worldwide storage management software market.
"We've taken many of those ideas and recast and fine-tuned
our lineup to emphasize what our attendees report are today's concerns," said conference Chairman Paul Tinnirello, executive vice president with A.M.
The 1.8-litre turbo-charged engine has been fine-tuned
to deliver 210bhp and 270Nm of torque, making this the most powerful front-wheel-drive car in its segment.
Thanks to specially selected raw materials, fine-tuned
manufacturing processes, and a new approach to quality control, the company says its new Accumag product can reduce measured viscosity variation by 75% as compared with results obtained with previous MgO thickeners.
As it fine-tuned
its statement on Business Combinations A and Intangible Assets, did the Financial Accounting Standards Board buckle under political pressure from the likes of U.S.
The risk management area, like corporate finance, underwent smaller, fine-tuned
"In essence," Glynn writes, the principle "came down to the observation that all the myriad laws of physics were fine-tuned
from the very beginning of the universe for the creation of man - that the universe we inhabit appeared to be expressly designed for the emergence of human beings."
It starts right at birth and is fine-tuned
It does not pertain to the fine-tuning of limited things in our universe, such as our earth, which could also be fine-tuned
. It is the fine-tuning of our universe as a whole which points most strongly to the existence of a Creator God.