It’s a perfectsetting for a fantastic, semimythological creaturelike the Duke to cavort in.
In a raucous atmosphere, it was an unforgiving and physicalcontest from the start. Grant Hanley conceded the firstfree-kickwithin the opening 20 seconds, setting the tone for a busy and thanklessevening for Serbianreferee Milorad Mazic.
the setting of the sun
the setting, or hardening, of moistplaster of Paris
the volumesetting on a television
We should make the printingdirectionsticky so the user doesn't have to keepsetting it.
The setting was elaborate, because that was the woman’s style, but the bracelet’s centralfeature was the row of modest, unfaceted, cabochon-cutmoonstones.
By setting the foresailaback and the headsail in the middle one can bring a fore-and-aftriggedsailing boatpractically to a halteven in heavywind.
The numbers of codivergence and hostshiftevents were alwayshigher than duplication and sorting, regardless ofdifferentcostsettings, signalling that these events are dominating the evolutionaryhistory of the host-parasitesystem.
In single-levelsettings, a negativebinomialmodel is oftenpreferred as it relaxes the restrictive equidispersion assumption.
We consider the set multicover problem in geometricsettings.
This may be because primary carepatients are lessseverelyill and delirium is generallyinfrequent in nonacute caresettings.
Although numerousstudies have attempted to identifybiomarkerscapable of predicting pharmacotoxicity, few have attempted to discoverrobustbiomarkers that are coherentacrossvariousspecies and experimentalsettings.