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What Mulan doesn’t know is that her greatest strengths are the very characteristics she’s been urged to hide — her intellect, her quick thinking, her ingenuity — and in the end they’re key to saving her country.
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Links and knots are topological characteristics, in that they don’t change when vortices are stretched, compressed or otherwise deformed.
Sub-6GHz 5G has much better signal characteristics and has a shot of a wide rollout.
The rule is more of the same, allowing shelter staff to judge the physical characteristics of those seeking services to decide who is sufficiently male or sufficiently female.
Because different types of neurons have their characteristic ways of spiking—that is, the “shape” of their spikes are diverse—the chip can also be configured to detect the particular spikes you’re looking for.
In addition to looking for actors who could speak Yiddish—a language that features heavily in the production but isn’t widely spoken today—the casting team also needed actors who could embody certain characteristics.
While there’s no parallel to a four-and-a-half month in-season break caused by a global pandemic, the labor disputes of 1998 and 2011 at least shared some characteristics with 2020’s stoppage.
You could assign a weight to every possible phenotypic characteristic you can think of and add them up, but such a weighting would be far too subjective.
The tools will also analyze the physical characteristics of the all-important Mars dust.
Use of an irrelevant site, low authoritative site, or low-quality content as a source are some of many characteristics that make a bad link.

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