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Only known hunters were enrolled, and owners first tallied up every bird, mammal or other critter their cats brought home for seven weeks, to establish a baseline for each cat.
It was 10 minutes before I saw any art, but that gave me time to feel my heart pumping and to register certain baseline realities — for example, the world is three-dimensional.
Once you’ve played a few rounds and have a stronger grasp on how your first choice of ball performs when putting, with powerful long drives, and on different terrain, you’ll have a baseline for comparison with pro models.
Users fill out some brief fitness information on the web-based platform, outlining their goals and current baseline.
Leg press, for example, ends up about 70 percent higher than baseline.
Partly because it helped to establish a baseline for evaluating how well any intervention might be working.
Any NFL player placed in the protocol is subject to a five-step process to be cleared to play, with symptoms monitored closely throughout and the player’s results in neurocognitive and balance tests compared to his baseline scores.
In the wind tunnel, the difference in pressure inside and outside of the pressure cone had been much smaller for our design than for the baseline plane.
The study authors instead estimated, at baseline, that people without symptoms were 75 percent as contagious.
The Ossoff-Perdue contests provide a more comparable baseline.
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