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Founding partner Denford Ltd, the world's leading supplier of software, hardware and race and test systems for the prestigious global education initiative, the Formula 1 in Schools STEM Challenge, has introduced an innovative deceleration system for the official F1 in Schools race track.
Deceleration rates for snowmobiles have been studied in different snow conditions and under different braking conditions [1,2,3,4].
"Energizing investments is a fundamental task to change the current deceleration phase," said the article.
Figures 10, 11 and 12 present the association between uterine contractions and each type of deceleration. Early decelerations are considered normal physiological events; on the other hand the late and prolonged decelerations are pathological events.
So far, the scenario of hard landing has been avoided but, given the deceleration trend, the GDP growth target of seven per cent looks challenging.
Deceleration is the post-acceleration process of returning the contractual lending arrangement between lender and borrower to status quo ante--an installment contract under which the statute of limitations for the entire loan debt has not been triggered.
Deceleration of growth and loss of two main percentiles are early signs for the diagnosis even if the child is in the appropriate percentile for age (4).
where [d.sub.w1] is the critical braking distance for decelerating, [v.sub.h] and [v.sub.l] represent the original velocity of the host and the leading vehicle, respectively, [t.sub.r] is the sum of response time of the driver and braking coordination time ranging from 0.8 to 1.2 s, [t.sub.i] is the growth time of the braking deceleration which varies from 0.1 to 0.2 s, f denotes the friction coefficient of the road, g is referred to as the acceleration of gravity, [d.sub.min] is the minimum distance between the host and the leading vehicle when they stop, ranging from 2 to 5 m.
The hearing was told that instead, Ajumobi gave the woman a glass of cold water and noted a second deceleration of the unborn baby's heartbeat.
In 2018, external indebtedness, posted a slight deceleration (24.8% against 27.5% in 2017) reflecting a slower pace in that of the State (27.3% vs.