time-dependent love


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  • adj. Determined by the value of a variable representing time.


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  • Ulm, alongside Matthieu Vandamme, has identified the cause of creep (the time-dependent deformation of structural concrete).

    MIT Discovery Means Next-Gen Concrete Could Last for 16,000 Years | Inhabitat

  • I should note that the litblog/bookblog separation is not time-dependent.

    Sending review copies of books to bloggers, Part III « The Book Publicity Blog

  • Cisco today announced its Unified Service Delivery (USD) strategy, which connects the data center with IP Next-Generations Networks (NGNs) to help service providers meet the increasing demand for high-bandwidth and time-dependent services ranging from consumer video to enterprise applications.

    Cisco Helps Carriers Build a Cloud

  • A solution of the equations specifies a time-dependent velocity vector field v (x, y, z, t) and a time-dependent pressure scalar field p (x, y, z, t) in the region of space & #937.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • For other less time-dependent magazines, I borrow at the library. kathy

    Another Reason Newspapers Must Never Die - Swampland - TIME.com

  • To illustrate this point the past 51 years of CO2 data were analyzed using three different time-dependent models that capture the historical pattern of CO2 increase.

    Archive 2010-04-01

  • Was that at all time-dependent aside from the lyrics, of course?

    Solar, with lyrics. on Vimeo

  • According to the general halakhic rule that women are exempt from positive time-bound commandments, there was room to assume that women might be obligated in Torah study, which is not time-dependent.

    Torah Study.

  • However, women are excused from this observance (Rosh ha-Shanah 30a; Shulhan Arukh, Orah Hayyim 589: 3) on the grounds that it is one of the time-dependent positive commandments from which women are exempt (Kiddushin 29a).

    Festivals and Holy Days.

  • The Shulhan Arukh rules that although it is customary for a man to light the Hanukkah lamp on behalf of the entire household, and although the mitzvah is a time-dependent precept, a woman may fulfill the obligation on behalf of her household (Orah Hayyim 675: 3).

    Festivals and Holy Days.


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