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- n. Plural form of time-delay.
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NP-complete problem using a construction of rods and balls (Vergis et.al. 1986) that unfortunately ignores the accumulating time-delays in the rigid rods that result in an exponential overall slowdown.
The issues are time-delays, positive feedback loops, and discerning causality.
The BLNS (Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia and Swaziland) states would argue against anything that reduced the customs pool, therefore making consensus unlikely and lengthy time-delays in decisions possible.
On the day of the attack, he left school at midday and went to a library across the road from the police station to assemble the two limpet mines and set their time-delays.
Leave aside the fact that there are questions about what this research really shows, and note that no fMRI scan is going to track correlations and time-delays in brain activity associated with thinking about a marriage proposal or which college to apply to, as Hall himself is careful to acknowledge.
twitter where i'll be 'live tweeting' during the ceremonies - i will update this post with the winners as they happen plus i'll try to add in some pictures of the (wet) red carpet arrivals! this is the first year the awards will air live on both coasts at the same time - i'm super excited that i don't have to deal with time-delays this time around! i'll see you guys on