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  • She earned this honor for her work with asymmetric nitrogen compounds.
  • The shape of the roof is based in a hyperboloid of revolution with asymmetric sections.
  • Pecking order theory starts with asymmetric information as managers know more about their companies prospects, risks and value than outside investors.
  • Kakiemon decoration is usually of high quality, delicate and with asymmetric well-balanced designs.
  • In some areas, trees grow aslant with asymmetric crowns.
  • More complex designs use weights with asymmetric mass distribution, which enables the damper to oscillate in several different frequency modes.
  • With asymmetric power applied, speed reduced to, Bismarck was on a converging course with the Royal Navy units on the chase.
  • Derivative contracts called "options" are the most common instrument with asymmetric payoff characteristics.
  • Crystals with asymmetric crystal structures are often birefringent, as well as plastics under mechanical stress.
  • Most unidirectional tires can be moved from side to side if they are remounted; tires with asymmetric rims are a rare exception.
  • They argue that financial accelerator results from changes in credit market conditions, which affect the intrinsic costs of borrowing and lending associated with asymmetric information.
  • When used with asymmetric ciphers for key transfer, pseudorandom key generators are nearly always used to generate the symmetric cipher session keys.
  • Modern military theory attempts to challenge entrenched mindsets in dealing with asymmetric warfare, terrorism, and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.
  • At the beginning of this period floral designs were symmetrical and oval-shaped, with asymmetric crescents and S-shapes becoming popular later on.
  • Polarity is controlled by design with asymmetric electrodes, or, for symmetric electrodes, by a potential applied during the manufacturing process.
  • These F18 boats are equipped with asymmetric spinnakers, and as a result they require a skilled and physically fit crew to be competitive.
  • In corporate finance, pecking order theory (or pecking order model) postulates that the cost of financing increases with asymmetric information.
  • Subsonic flight airfoils have a characteristic shape with a rounded leading edge, followed by a sharp trailing edge, often with asymmetric curvature of upper and lower surfaces.
  • Polarity is controlled by design with asymmetric electrodes, or, for symmetric electrodes, by a potential applied during manufacture.
  • The Twin Cities Hardingfelelag plays gammaldans and bydgedans music from Norway - dance music with asymmetric rhythms.
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