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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.
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.