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The major reduction requested in view of prevailing decrements in international rates of oil.
A decrement rider is now in place to return over-collected funds back to customers.
con] (current state) initialize all states checking Out pause Paused Out Stop Stopped Out release checking Out Free tokens Reserving reserving Reserving reserve Ok validated, validated, reserving reserving fail canceling Canceling all events Validated checking decrement & increment & out all events Canceling checking cancel Table 2: The outputs of the PDEVS model functions.
Such close resonant mode frequencies can evoke overlap of the modes and abrupt damping decrement shifts of one of the modes.
CONCLUSION: The results indicate that Phaseolus vulgaris extract produces significant decrements in body weight and suggest decrements in fat mass in the face of maintained lean body mass.
Initially, the results of the tests of the console-constrained specimens with the coating in equipment, described in , in the conditions of damping oscillations, were used to obtain the amplitude dependences of the logarithmic decrement of the oscillations.
Vibration damping of composite ligno-cellulose plates is the phenomenon that occurs as a result of sound losses of sound energy dissipated in the material being an interdependent phenomenon of internal friction (expressed as logarithmic decrement of vibrations damping), the contributions of constituents, their combination of architecture and the stages between phases (Alamoreanu, 2005).
To determine whether decrements in muscle performance are related to alterations in contractile protein function, biopsies were obtained from the vastus lateralis muscle of four CHF patients and four control patients.