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Lower consumption of inverted sugar may suggest that this energy feeding was less competitive when compared with that of other feedings, perhaps due to the higher viscosity of inverted sugar which was provided to the beehives in full concentration.
Its inverted 56-ounce copolymer carafe is free of bisphenol-A and is designed to maximize the flow of the ingredients for better results.
The inverted pendulum system is controlled by the method of fuzzy control and realizes steady control.
Call it a gimmick if you will, say it won't fly, but the United States Postal Service has turned stamp collecting upside down once more by reissuing the most famous error in its history, the 1918 "Inverted Jenny.''
Inverted benchtop microscopes are a staple of research laboratories.
One of the UWB antenna types is the planar inverted cone antenna (PICA) proposed by Suh [15, 16].
There was plenty of talk about the inverted yield curve last month, the scenario where 10-year Treasury yields creep above the yields on two-year notes, and that chatter is usually ominous in nature because the inverted yield curve has often been a reliable recession indicator.
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With only one exception, each time the yield curve has inverted, the US economy has entered a downturn within 18 months.
Federal Reserve is coming under increasing pressure to again cut interest rates as a closely watched Treasury yield curve inverted for the second time in two weeks on Wednesday.
Searches on Google for "inverted yield curve" have spiked after the unusual bond market phenomenon presented itself last week for the first time in over 12 years and helped tank Wall Street amid chatter that an economic downturn was imminent.