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Jacob Bo Tiedemann Mar 12
Precision can reduce cost and time... --?! „The sole impact of reducing quality is to make things take longer. I can identify no aspect of low quality that does not have an associated side effect of increased defect insertion and increased confusion.“
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TradeOff™ Nov 3
TradeOff grew 1 million percent this weekend! We guess our servers weren't ready for that much love!! Stay tuned, Trading Titans- we'll be back tomorrow for our big event!
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Biogeography Berlin Aug 30
Tobias is presenting results from our work in the at the in
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🕉 ☄ BarkyMalarky☄🐾 Jan 21
But I'll live... Filthy would describe the looks I'd be getting at the dog park if I was there 😏 lol
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Alexander J. Stein Apr 14
Intensification of increases yields by 20% & only 9% of is lost. In high‐intensity systems the is even better. can increase & not come at the expense of nor biodiversity:
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NWS Quad Cities Feb 1
What a gorgeous sunset this evening! Hope you too had a chance to enjoy it, as it may be a while before we see another one. As typical this time of year, the warm-up this weekend will be accompanied by dreary conditions in the form of low clouds, fog and drizzle.
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Mark Viviano Dec 23
Ravens fans who paid for tickets to a 1pm game w Lamar Jackson at QB vs Steelers now get a 4:25pm game w no Lamar. Disappointed? Annoyed? Understood...but those home playoff games! 👍 🏈
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Maeve Murray RNC PGCert Mar 1
Thought we would try something different today. Skills and knowledge with Causeway Children's Ward team using . HCA's, Students & Nurses teaching emergency trache care to Medics & Medics teaching APLS to them; focusing on leadership & team communication.
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Cristian Echeverria Oct 25
Well done Lukas Quinteros! 's Master student presents his systematic review on & at World Conference
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Jacob Moore Dec 23
Replying to @brian_armstrong
One of its biggest flaws is use of the 2.4 ghz frequency, which is prone to a lot of interference. Changing it to a higher frequency would mean worse battery life.
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Olivia S. Mitchell Aug 12
The isn't dead: yes, there IS a Between and via Gregory Mankiw
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Silvia Rita Sedita Oct 1
Do drivers of regional technological progress are the same of technological progress ? . Find the answers here:
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Humphries Lab Nov 19
New research: an population model of a Caribbean fishery illustrates a temporal b/w short- & long-term economic consequences of harvest restrictions.
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Ralph-Christian Ohr Jun 27
Cement production makes more than all the trucks in the world. But nobody is buying greener cement because it costs more.
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Ryan Shelton, PT, DPT Jul 16
Worked 12 yrs for corporate PT. Moved up the ladder to get ahead financially. As my salary ⤴️ I sacrificed family time. Since leaving Corp PT - I’m living paycheck to paycheck. But now able to prioritize what’s important -family, probono work, music, my happiness.
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MzantsiNative♍🇿🇦 Aug 2
SA has financial problems, which one first with our money?
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Mathieu Laurent May 30
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J.Nolan | “New Vision” OUT NOW! Oct 16
Live shot from last Friday night 😩
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Moses LIBALAH Mar 19
Most of the in our produce very small and I wonder what the this could be? L-R (flowers & fruits): Lophira alata, Ceiba pentandra
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@vardilab Aug 14
Delighted to host for a great talk on how to model trade-offs in viruses. Thanks for making all the modeling quite accessible, proof that theoreticians and experimentalists CAN speak the same language :)
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