Example sentences for: adaptations

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  • Sometimes Hugo welcomed adaptations of his writings, and as for children, he wrote a volume of poetry, L'Art d'être grand-père , devoted largely to the topic of children's play.

  • 13 Table 2.2: Complexity of Questions 18 Table 2.3: Methods of Obtaining Description 20 and Analysis in Case Studies Table 2.4: Some Common Benefits Expected 24 From Case Study Evaluations Table 2.5: Instance Selection in Case Studies 27 Table 2.6: Hypothetical Data on Instance 30Selection Table 3.1: Illustrative Case Studies 38 Table 3.2: Exploratory Case Studies 42 Table 3.3: Critical Instance Case Studies 48 Table 3.4: Program Implementation Case 51Studies Table 3.5: Illustration of Differences in 53Note-Taking Table 3.6: Program Effects Case Studies 56 Table 3.7: Cumulative Case Studies 59 Table 3.8: Some Design Decisions in Case 61Study Methods Table 4.1: Ways of Analyzing Case Study 69Data Table 5.1: Some Common Pitfalls in Case 81Study Evaluation Table I.1: Criteria of Good Research 88 Table I.2: Evaluation Adaptations of the 103Research Case Study Table II.I: Hypothetical Data on Unfiled 107 Corporate Income Tax Returns for 1986 State Income Tax Returns

  • Blum reports (and occasionally echoes) some sloppy evolutionary "explanations," including casual analogies between arbitrary species and Homo sapiens, the equation of evolution with progress, the idea that contemporary changes in Western society are the vanguard of future evolution, and repeatedly, the error that our adaptations are for the good of the species.

  • I shamelessly and freely borrowed the concept, making adaptations to fit our needs and used it as a direct mail appeal last fall.

  • Other factors that might lead to less impressive MHC shifts in rodent models of emphysema than in humans include the much shorter time course over which the adaptations have a chance to occur, the greater compliance of the rodent thorax to pulmonary hyperexpansion, and differences in the diaphragmatic load created in the human disease in comparison with the animal models that have yet to be fully worked out.


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