URCEUnités de Réduction Certifiée des Émissions (French: Units of Certified Emission Reduction; Kyoto Protocol)
URCEUnion of Rohingya Communities in Europe
URCEUlmi Radicis Cortex Extract
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SSCI items were modified slightly in the present study to specify both the context and so urce of confidence estimations.
The secondary task was a visual-spatial one, requiring a manual response, and as such was intended to occupy the same attentional reso urce pools as driving.
There was some question whether the error in the noise temperature of the hot input termination should be correlated with the errors in the measurement of the output noise temperatures, since often the same hot noise so urce that is used as an input termination is also used to calibrate the radiometer (or noise figure meter).
Criticizing the assumption that the action of a movement will necessarily contain a "higher" meaning (Melucci, 1989:239), Melucci views the relationship between the actor and the researcher as an "exchange." However, Melucci draws on his own definition of the postindustrial society that emphasizes differentiation and variability in order to suggest that knowledge in such a social system becomes an indispensable reso urce for the actors.
The organizational climate domain is made up of the following 500 indices: organization and work, communication flow, emphasis on human reso urce primacy, decision-making practices, and influence and control.
For all their static rendering of living Indian memory, Harrod finds these anthropological texts a rich so urce for his reconstruction of Indian spiritualism.
There are four of them, in Werner's summary: "reality is determined by image and anecdote"; "the purpose of life is to make a lot of money"; "violence is the core of American, that is to say male, identity"; and "the world is divided into 'us' and 'them.' "It is at least an interesting argument that finds in the triumph of these "rules" a fertile so urce ground for the most anti-social excesses of the 'eighties gangstas.
Although deliberately seeking to expand the range of human possibilities (perhaps infinitely), construction runs headlong into the vortex of finitude, thus endangering the very so urce of possibilities (or its own "condition of possibility").
In joint regression analysis, the reaction norms are portrayed in terms of linear growth responses to the gradient of reso urce richness, characterized by the mean growth rate of all clones on each resource.
Another possible so urce, reported to Dennis in 1997, was the burning of waterhyacinth Eichhornia crassipes, which cause problems for navigation by small boats.
[19] The inscription of the verse decrees on the Douze Tables guarded within the Temple de l'Amitie supports their status as so urce of an immutable truth that surpasses the oral tradition represented by the narrative's numerous poems.
urce uests etting x-ecure The Sun quotes a source as saying: "Uninvited guests have no chance of getting ashore".