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Effect of asymmetric molar and canine relationship had statistically insignificant effect on coincidence of dental midlines.
A study by the Public Policy Institute for Wales (PPIW) said: "There are three main reasons for adopting an asymmetric school week: opportunities for financial savings; improved opportunities for continuing professional development (CPD) of teachers; and dedicated time for enrichment activities for children.
The most common asymmetric school week structure comprises four longer days and a short half-day, but it does not necessarily result in a change in total teaching time.
The Goodyear EfficientGrip Performance tyre provides excellent rolling resistance performance and braking performance suitable for a city car, while the Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2 has a large rim size, offering exceptional braking and handling.
However, asymmetric warfare also known as forth generation warfare (4GW) is often contemplated and considered on the strategic level of war.
In the post 9/11 era there is a need to undertake detailed study analysing the asymmetry between the state and non-state actor, as well as the state's reaction to such asymmetric threats.
By utilizing both narrative and academic writing styles, she masterfully argues that asymmetric challenges demand asymmetric responses.
Although there is bulk of literature on the effects of oil price shock and food price shock on the domestic prices there are relatively a few studies that investigated the asymmetric effect of foreign price changes on domestic prices in developing economies (Cunadoa and Graciab 2005; Shawarby and Selim 2012; Ianchovichina et al.
China's asymmetric capabilities have the potential to lessen US military advantage
Many studies focuse on asymmetric transmission through MTMs in two opposite directions.
Asymmetric metric spaces are defined as metric spaces, but without the requirement that the (asymmetric) metric d has to satisfy d(x, y) = d(y, x).
Asymmetric synthesis II; more methods and applications