joint injuries are uncommon and represent approximately 6% of all cervical spine injuries.
Founded in 2006, FACETS
provides management consulting services to a wide range of organizations.
Users search for the indexed document directly using a keyword query and the system generates facets
based on the documents' properties.
Hearst defines facets
as a [sic] "a set of meaningful labels organized in such a way as to reflect the concepts relevant to a domain.
Degeneration of the facets
occurs in a manner that can be likened to the degenerative cascade of the intervertebral disc.
Solutions has received venture capital from its partners De Novo Ventures and Spray Venture Partners.
However, the catchment-scale based landforms (based on toposequence in a catchment) often do not contain adequate details to delineate soil-landscape facets
within a particular landscape unit, not are they associated with soil landscape units in soil mapping.
This is precisely where Reaction Facets
takes shape: in the space of the distracted moment, but one so painstakingly reconstructed that it becomes a renewed opportunity for worldly engagement.
In most chunks of crystalline material, facets
correspond to a few, highly favored planes within the lattice of atoms.
The proofreader changed the sentence in the published version to read: "All facets
of our school program are permeated by a philosophy.
A kneecap with abnormal undersurface facets
that are either too shallow or at the wrong angle, uneven medial and lateral facets
, or only a lateral facet
and it is mostly public relations that can address this facet