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But many more of us are living richer, fuller lives simply by adjusting the rhythm of our days--and embracing Slow.
Because any photonic circuit must store information temporarily, scientists have in recent years developed numerous ways to slow light pulses, effectively holding on to them for brief periods of time.
Rents are still much higher than they were just three years ago, but the record increases of the past two years have ceased as the overall economy slows.
TCP then assumes the packet is lost, halves the threshold it's been working with (the point at which it slows the doubling progression to unit increments), drops back to a congestion window of one packet, and retransmits the next packet in the sequence, as determined by the last ACK received.
When the national economy slows, the California economy will slow to some extent, and that in turn drives Los Angeles County,'' Dhawan said.
Many animals undergo periods of extreme metabolic slowdown, or torpor, in which heart rate drops, breathing slows, and body temperature plunges.
Drugs with anti-angiogenesis effects now in use include tamoxifen, which slows the growth of breast cancer, and interferon, used to treat melanoma, kidney and lymphoma cancers and hepatitis.
Studies had predicted that established foragers pass along a pheromone that slows their younger sisters' career change, according to Gene E.
But Justice Department officials say the backlog will grow as the immigration service slows its pace to install a set of corrective steps that were scheduled to take effect five months ago but were largely ignored by most of the service's field offices.
In the Northern Hemisphere's winter, the atmosphere speeds up and Earth slows.