Finally, the evident lack of adhesive and rubber interspersion
would indicate one or both components had achieved sufficient viscosity to resist flow.
First, the historical and descriptive tone does not warrant the indiscriminate interspersion
of econometric models and precludes the establishment of a well-defined audience.
However, management of suitable vegetation-water interspersion
in such water areas may be complicated by plant dominants such as cattail (Typha spp.
of these songs throughout the volume adds to its complexity and richness, and it reproduces the poet's own struggle to negotiate different worlds and different traditions, to remain empowered by his own ancestral background and history without being blind to the despair and poverty of many contemporary Indian communities.
These activities would likely create a landscape characterized by interspersion
of environmentally enhanced and degraded areas.
Refusing a teleological or deterministic philosophy of history, Redgauntlet presents a complex and heterogeneous vision of the past, not as the triumphant linear progression towards the present so dear to Whig historians, but as the interspersion
and collision of disparate desires and ambitions.
Upgraded support for GDB/MI mixed-code disassembly and interspersion
of disassembled code with sources is included and improved multi-language debug support for C and Ada code are also provided to speed cross language test cycles.
Competing models indicated that standard deviation of the perimeter-area ratio of agricultural patches, interspersion
and juxtaposition index of grassland patches, coefficent of variation of the proximity index of forest patches and relative patch richness of the landscape affected gray fox relative abundance.
The beautiful Georgian architecture is a draw in itself but as important is the interspersion
of creative enterprises that are making their home in the once neglected parts of this city centre quarter.
Several important elements influencing habitat use by moose were not incorporated in this HSI model including mineral licks, diversity of wetland cover types, winter cover, spatial patterns of interspersion
of food and cover resources, and human disturbance (Allen et al.
Summer ranges of deer from Round Valley are adjacent to those of deer that winter on the west side of the Sierra Nevada and interspersion
of both deer herds occurs (Jordan 1967), as it does between other migratory deer from the west and east sides of that mountain range (Loft et al.
was the only variable significantly related to waterfowl abundance, with greater interspersion
associated with greater waterfowl numbers.
As for remaining themes, they are emphasized, in turn, by their interspersion
with the novelist's trademark historical asides.
serpentina and Chrysemys picta marginata, which benefit from the interspersion
of open water and emergent marsh.
of lakes with and without pelvic reduction, wide distribution of pelvic reduction throughout the two areas sampled, and the limited time for dispersal all make it likely that high frequencies of pelvic reduction have evolved in place many times.