Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
We grade every scratch, to see if it's projectable.
He has sound offensive instincts and a projectable frame.
Due to the production cut, the studio decided to use television resolution to save money on effects by not having to pay for a projectable format.
His youth stands out, and he's athletic and still physically projectable."
There is a problem of constructing its lift to a projectable vector field on projected onto .
All over the yard, every one of the transformed with a projectable energy power had put it to use simultaneously, creating a bizarre, multicolored barrage.
"Oh, Schmidt, Kashihara, Bhadra, they got the thing into projectable form.
The pitcher was tall and lean and had a "projectable frame" - wide shoulders, which suggested that he was still filling out.
Within a form of life there are projectable properties that are intrinsic to that form of life.
More properly termed a projectable artificial gravity generator, it becomes anfigravity only when its field is used to nullify local natural gravity.
That is important for the work of the Citizens' Committee because those polled in the telephone survey constitute a projectable sample of New Jersey households.
For Goodman they illustrate the problem of projectable predicates and ultimately, which empirical generalizations are law-like and which are not.
The 16 mm film is then split lengthwise into two 8 mm pieces that are spliced to make a single projectable film with sprockets on one side.
We rate the starbred on the Aurian Scale, according to how strongly the psionic genes that give rise to the projectable epsilon carrier wave are expressed in them.
This, for Goodman, becomes a problem of determining which predicates are projectable (i.e., can be used in lawlike generalizations that serve as predictions) and which are not.
Mr. Johnson and other research professionals say it has become prohibitively expensive to hire people to do door-to-door interviewing, one of the best ways to derive representative, projectable survey samples.
Besides black & white and color negative films, there are black & white and color reversal films, which when developed create a positive ("natural") image that is projectable.
On 28 December 1918, Kelley announced that Prizma would release a color film (usually a short) every week, a film which would be projectable on any standard projector.
The new problem of induction becomes one of distinguishing projectable predicates such as "green" and "blue" from non-projectable predicates such as "grue" and bleen.
For a time, considerable amounts of research money and thought were devoted to exploring the possibility of using projectable artificial gravity generators as offensive weapons, but eventually those efforts limped into oblivion.
The harbor lights winked down the mile-long docks, and Asia flickered through the fog while Leo showed him where each projectable odor, color, shape, texture, and movement hid in the polished syrynx.
Thus, "grue" and bleen function in Goodman's arguments to both illustrate the new riddle of induction and to illustrate the distinction between projectable and non-projectable predicates via their relative entrenchment.
But the Commerce Net/Nielsen survey is the first to use statistically reliable and projectable methods to measure the Internet outside the obvious bias of on-line surveys, by making random telephone interviews of households.
The corresponding films were then obtained with the help of the Motion Picture Division of the Library of Congress, and sound and picture were reassembled in a modern format, projectable on present-day equipment.