FRACT


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FRACTFreiburg Acuity and Contrast Test (vision)
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He: Variational principles for some nonlinear partial differential equations with variable coefficients, Chaos Soliton Fract., 19(2004), 847-851.
# Alcohol is a factor in more than one in five facial injuries and in almost half of serious facial injuries and fract u re s .
The step up in trip at Ponte- fract should be ideal as stamina looks this colt's forte.
With careful design, it is possible to make a fractional-N synthesizer based on this technique, whose performance is indistinguishable operating in the integer mode from its operation in the fract ional mode.
Like the related terms [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], `excrescence', `protuberance' (for which [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is a common manuscript variant) and [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], it is common in anatomical contexts, especially in Artic., Fract. and Mochl.; also Oss.
Statistical investigation of the behaviour of microcracks in carbon steel, Fatigue Fract. Engng Mater.
Mainmardi, Random Walk Models for Space Fractional Diffusion Process, Fract. Calc.
[5.] Eftekhari, M., and Fatemi, A., "Tensile, creep, and fatigue behaviors of short fiber reinforced polymer composites at elevated temperatures: A literature survey," Fatigue Fract. Eng.
before fract LEI StM LEICESTER: Schmeichel 7, St Ledger 8, Bamba 6, Morgan 6, Kennedy 8, Gallagher 6 (Marshall 61,6), Wellens 6, Danns 7, Dyer 6, Beckford 7, Nugent 7 (Schlupp 70, 6) BIRMINGHAM: Myhill 7, Ramage 6, Caldwell 7, Davies 7, Spector 5 (Pablo 10, 6), Burke 7, N'daw 6, Fahey 7, Townsend 8, Elliott 8, Zigic 7 (King 65, 6)
Wyss, Evolution, its fractional extension and generalization, Fract. Calc.