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One suggested was that a rat could now be
easily used as a search and rescue tool.
The triangle can be solved
easily since all the sides are known.
Due to this linearity, the parameters of the derived differential equation can be estimated
easily by an adaptive system.
Still, though their true nature may remain a mystery, both the squinted out cans and the relations between them are
Thus, a snail might
easily go a decade and more without adding or losing infecting species.
The optical recog nition tool could not
easily pick up handwr itten data.
Advice or instruction, offered
easily and of ten deemed straightf orward in implementation, may be the f ocus of considerable conf lict.
Dwellings of reindeer-skins,
easily transported by sled, were mostly used in winter.
The mechanism of degranulation is most
easily visualized with eosinophils because of the greater size and density of their lysosomal granules.
In this sense, the findings of this study might not be generalized
On the other hand, they may
easily adopt appropriate technology because of its compatibility with their values.
Calculations show that the cationic clock can
easily close its ring, and the information is therefore lost concerning the nature of the hydrogen abstraction.
easily predict that this development will continue for some time.
As a result, we can
easily miss or misunderstand critical processes that underlie the success and failure of e-government.
The paradox is
easily solved if we admit a derivational step.
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