STELAR


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STELARStudy of Electronic Literature for Astronomical Research (NASA)
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Bowling Green, Ky., is among the 12 tiny DMAs where, thanks to STELAR, subscribers to AT&T-owned DirecTV don't get network affiliates from the closest market, in the absence of over-the-air signals.
Stelar morphology: experimental observations on the relation between leaf development and stelar morphology in species of Dryopteris and Onoclea.
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To study the magnetic properties of synthesized nanoprobe, the nuclear magnetic resonance dispersion (NMRD) profiles (the longitudinal relaxivity, [r.sub.1], as a function of the magnetic field) were recorded with a field cycling relaxometer (Spinmaster FFC2000, STELAR, Italy).
Eames (1936), for example, suggests that the resemblances between the leaves and sporangium position of Asteroxylon, Drepanophycus and Baragwanathia, on the one hand, and of Lycopodium, on the other, together with stelar structure, support the enation hypothesis.
The announcement from ATVA came with a quick reiteration of its position on not only retrans fees, which it wants reined in, but also the "sunsetting" of the Satellite Television Extension and Localism Act (STELAR).
Global security and aerospace company Lockheed Martin is investing an initial A$13 million over three years to establish the Science Technology Engineering Leadership and Research Laboratory (STELaR Lab) in Melbourne.
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There have been some discussions about heterochrony in relation to the evolution of plant life cycles, telome theory, stelar evolution, and other aspects related to the evolution of land plants (Mosbrugger, 1995; Takhtajan, 1991; Zimmermann, 1959); these will not be discussed here.
That's not to say Walden's influence and sway on big-ticket issues like the Satellite Television Extension and Localism Act (STELAR), which is under strict scrutiny this week on Capitol Hill.
Lockheed Martin will invest an initial $13 million over three years to establish a Science Technology Engineering Leadership and Research Laboratory (STELaR Lab) to undertake R&D to solve the technology challenges of the future, and work in the art of the possible.
Central Military Club [7 Tzar Osvoboditel Blvd, tel: 02/ 980 6715] Parov Stelar - December 2, 9pm.