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1) But when a particular sub-group of workers is taken - assembly line workers - the gap is narrowed.
2) Sometimes it merits a separate sub-group or working party of its own.
3) The Education Sub-Group has forged links with schools of architecture and practitioners.
4) In this field, pharmaceutical commerce is a sub-group coexisting with the pharmaceutical industry.
5) Each sub-group will comprise both secondary and primary school principals as well as academics.
6) A sub-group took much longer than the others to form their habits, perhaps suggesting some people are 'habit-resistant'.
7) Each sub-group of American society-from teenagers to soldiers to thieves to ethnic groups-has its own slang.
8) Activities began, the students began to sub-group to communicate in English.
9) Objective To detect the variation of T lymphocyte sub-group in peripheral blood in patients with different kinds of cancer and to investigate the clinical significance.
10) With the development of stem cell biology, a sub-group of stem cells named "adult stem cells" was identified and isolated from fetal and adult tissues and was applied in clinical.
11) One sub-group were not affected by the experimental manipulation to increase how much they expected to be accepted.
12) In the previous sub-group signature schemes, the property of safety and efficiency have not been achieved at the same time.
13) The result shows that CT can display the sub-group and the type of the anterior ethmoid sinus and its adjacent structures clearly.
14) In addition, prefixes are used to indicate that a particular rug was woven by a sub-group of a better known major group.
15) Jackson and Robinson found local cultural reinforcement by the sub-group in hostels. 2 Structural problems of land tenure and credit finance.
16) To solve the models,(http://sentencedict.com/sub-group.html) it presented a dynamic particle swarm optimization algorithm based on sub-group collaboration.
17) Unlike the Bre-X scam, the company's Wyoming land does indeed have rare earths, but they are in small concentrations and are mostly the less-desirable sub-group of the elements.
18) Objective: To study the relationship between hyperviscosity syndrome (HVS) and platelet membrane glycoproteins (GP) sub-group changes.
19) And after that, it also concerns the suggestions to improve the work from the level of teacher, sub-group, teaching and research group, school and the school of teacher education in local places.
20) The incidence of abnormal menstruation are as follows:abnormal menstrual cycles, abnormal menstrual period, the amount of abnormal, and the incidence of dysmenorrhea of sub-group:13.
21) And the improvement of GFK has a close relation with its positive effect on T cell sub-group of patients with middle -late gastric cancer.
22) As for phenomenon of unfair distribution in economic development, we could use FSD, SSD combined MPS and sub-group decompose method etc. to analyze this issue further and guide relative policy-making.
23) To keep the relation of historical rates all the way up in the consolidation structure, you have to enter historical rates for all group and sub-group currencies in the structure.
24) As the world struggles to emerge from the economic near-collapse, one sub-group in the United States has slid below the waterline in record numbers: formerly middle-class women.
25) In the tomb, the bells is to follow this form (refer to Figure) sub-group of three 8 orderly arranged with the carpenter's square-shaped hanging a large bell-shaped rack.
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