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Tooth development shows less variability than other developmental features and also low variability in relation to chronological age.
However, results have to remain preliminary due to many unsolved stratigraphic and chronological contradictions; external correlations can hardly be made due to the 'meagre potential' of the research data accumulated so far (p.
True to the chronological form, Sayer describes Jack's works as he wrote them.
In June 2005, the RMA wrote to the NHTSA, urging the agency to examine whether a relationship existed between a tire's safety performance and its chronological age.
Author Brown entered the project while it was under way and found it easy to come up to speed by reviewing the chronological discussions, test plans, and test results.
A research letter published online by JAMA Internal Medicine found that older people who felt three or more years younger than their chronological age had a lower death rate compared with those who felt their age or who felt more than one year older than their actual age.
This afternoon, the book A Companion to Wisdom, Wit & Sensibility -- A Chronological Overview of the Mind and Culture of the English-Speaking World by Sofron A.
Chronological chapters on specific movements progress from the Jewish Revolt of 66-73 CE through the religious ideology of reform in present-day Iran.
9 percent older in vascular terms than their chronological age.
April 24, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- John Wright's new book, The Saga of Jesus Christ: an inspiring new translation of the four gospels, arranged in chronological order ($18.
Turning to the period of the monarchy, Miano argues that the original edition of DtrH contained chronological information from two sources, the Judahite and Israelite royal chronicles.
The visible signs of ageing reflect physiologic or biological age, not chronological age, and are independent of chronological age," said lead scientist Professor Anne-Tybjaerg-Hansen, from the University of Copenhagen.