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1. Sustains the elasticity of the skin.
2. They have modulus of elasticity at.
3. Then came Louis, the wizard of elasticity.
4. The option has a lambda, or elasticity, of 5.
5. The concept of demand elasticity is important in.
6. Analogously, products with high elasticity imply a.
7. Relationship between dynamic modulus of elasticity (E ) and d.

8. Modulus of concrete elasticity (E) depends on concrete strength.
9. The elasticity of time is comparable to the plasticity of reality.
10. Capturing and determining that spread is what elasticity is all about.
11. Running helps lower blood pressure by maintaining the elasticity of the.
12. Usually, wrinkles appear when the skin has already lost its elasticity and.
13. Usually, wrinkles appear when the skin has already lost its elasticity and firmness.
14. In economics, elasticity seeks to determine the effects of price on supply and demand.
15. They are often tagged as the culprit in the case of wrinkles, loss of skin elasticity and.
16. This feeling was somewhat similar to the sensation of water elasticity when you dive into it.
17. I have already spoken of the elasticity of which I received no reply, but there is yet more to add.
18. Collagen is a protein type that helps to keep the skin smooth and supple by protecting its elasticity.
19. The greatest innocence of children is a plasticity and elasticity of boundaries and rules; they 902.
20. As it grows bigger, the plaque causes the artery to lose its natural elasticity, so it becomes hardened.
21. With yo-yo dieting and overeating, we've caused our stomachs to distend and begin to lose their elasticity.
22. At some point recently, though, her earlobes had lost their elasticity and the gold studs pulled them downward.
23. Basically, skin creams consists of substances that help the skin to regenerate its lost fatty tissues and elasticity.
24. Bloating that results from eating the wrong types of food can also distend the stomach and cause it to lose elasticity.
25. The troubles of a family, the business of making money, the demands of a profession destroy the elasticity of the mind.
26. For calculation of the modulus of elasticity at loading of concrete at age of hardening (τ) following equations are using:.
27. Experimentally-calculated methods define corresponding experimental parameters (strength, modulus of elasticity, water absorption, etc.
28. It has special components that specifical y aim at the targeted areas in order to stimulate the skin to produce collagen and elasticity.
29. In the English apparatus, the gases are both in one reservoir, and they are propelled by their own elasticity, after condensation, by a syringe.
30. Modulus of elasticity of concrete reduces with exposure dose increases because of accumulation of structural defects in aggregates and cement stone.
31. The fish oil groups also reduced their blood fats (decreased triglycerides and raised HDL "good" cholesterol) and improved blood vessel elasticity.
32. For composite materials with discrete fibers modulus of elasticity (E) and flexural strength (R ) can be approximately calculated from following: fl.
33. Elastic properties of concrete can be characterized by static modulus of elasticity (E) and by dynamic modulus of elasticity (E ) which taking into d.
34. Other results will depend on your ability to maintain a healthy weight as the elasticity of the skin can certainly cause troubles for reshaping procedures.
35. The calculation can get pretty technical, but, essentially, elasticity quantifies how much supply and demand will change for every incremental change in price.
36. Its elasticity renders the Constitution a ―living‖ organism subject to contemporary interpretations or (the) prevailing temper (moral climate) of modern times.
37. Such is the subtle elasticity of the organ I treat of, that whether wielded in sport, or in earnest, or in anger, whatever be the mood it be in, its flexions are invariably marked by exceeding grace.
38. Its elasticity is grounded on the assumption that our society is a living organism subject to the vicissitudes of enlightened opinions, changing social and moral values and evolving standards of decency.
39. If we selected one point M on the body of the racket then these forces would induce free oscillations with a restoration force of P = - CX, where P is the restoration force resulting from the elasticity of the construction.
40. In the Russian campaign, Hitler's fear of risk manifested itself in his refusal to accept that elasticity of operations; which, in the conditions from 1943 onwards, could only be achieved by a voluntary, surrender of conquered territory.
41. The nectar may be stored in variously shaped receptacles, with the stamens and pistils modified in many ways, sometimes forming trap-like contrivances, and sometimes capable of neatly adapted movements through irritability or elasticity.
42. I contend that their measures have not answered the purposes of protection, but on the contrary they have been prejudicial to it; and I trust in their candor that they will join us in giving elasticity to commerce, and removing this pressure.
43. But when Ivan Matveitch described to me last night the elasticity of the crocodile, he hinted very plainly that there would be room not only for you two, but for me also as a friend of the family, especially if I wished to join you, and therefore.
44. For some reason or other, Fred had none of his usual elasticity under this stroke of ill-fortune: he was simply aware that he had only fifty pounds, that there was no chance of his getting any more at present, and that the bill for a hundred and sixty would be presented in five days.
45. This would cause a much greater volume of gas to be produced, and the high temperature would also greatly augment its elasticity; and it is well known that the effects of gunpowder depend upon the rapid production and high degree of elasticity of a great quantity of aeriform fluids or gases.
46. Your only salvation lies in eluding it; but if it comes sideways through the opposing water, then partly owing to the light buoyancy of the whale boat, and the elasticity of its materials, a cracked rib or a dashed plank or two, a sort of stitch in the side, is generally the most serious result.
47. Brain was drilled and scooped from bone socket, nerves pulled forth like the dead wires of a switchboard, muscles plucked for elasticity, while in the electric subterrene of the city the Mind at last totaled out its grandest total and all of the machinery ground to a monstrous and momentary halt.
48. In the elasticity of her movements, the freshness and the unflagging eagerness which persisted in her face, and broke out in her smile and her glance, she would rather have passed for a girl of twenty, had it not been for a serious and at times mournful look in her eyes, which struck and attracted Kitty.
49. America was uniquely conceived in the principle manner it has been able to embrace and assimilate a variety of cultures forming unqualified or hybrid expressions symbolizing the normative elasticity of its people; of ―old world‖ customs and manners that gradually introduced themselves to the American Mainstream over the years.
50. Why had it been kept from him? (And by whom, really? Mercer couldn’t claim not to have noticed the elasticity of his lover’s funds, funds as deep as underground springs, and possibly as inexhaustible, or not to have gotten the distinct feeling at times that William had settled in the blighted old factory building in the West Forties not out of poverty, but out of spite.
51. The operation commences, by opening the cock nearest the boiler, the steam drives the air out of the pipe through the water into the reservoir; shut the cock, and the water rises from the reservoir to fill it; shut the second cock, and open the first, the water discharges from the chamber into the boiler; repeated by a movement from the engine, when in motion, the supply continues with more certainty than by a pump, because it is difficult to pump hot water, on account of the elasticity of the steam arising from it, which obstructs the operation of the valves.
52. It was a tornado, funneling, driving, whispering, murmuring, feeling of the street ahead of it with big whirl-around brushes like sewer lids with rotary brushes under them, spinning, with a big rolling-pin brush turning under all the scattered trivia of the world's men, the ticket stubs from that show at the Elite tonight, and the wrapper from a chewing gum stick that now rested on top of a bureau in one of the houses, a small chewed cannonball of tasteless elasticity, and the candy wrapper from a bar now hidden and folded into the small accordion innards of a boy high in a cupola house in a magic room.
53. But supplementary to this, it has hypothetically occurred to me, that as ordinary fish possess what is called a swimming bladder in them, capable, at will, of distension or contraction; and as the Sperm Whale, as far as I know, has no such provision in him; considering, too, the otherwise inexplicable manner in which he now depresses his head altogether beneath the surface, and anon swims with it high elevated out of the water; considering the unobstructed elasticity of its envelope; considering the unique interior of his head; it has hypothetically occurred to me, I say, that those mystical lung-celled honeycombs there may possibly have some hitherto unknown and unsuspected connexion with the outer air, so as to be susceptible to atmospheric distension and contraction.

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