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The technique reduced, to only about one part in ten trillion, the observational uncertainties in the frequency of light these transitions emitted—a staggering degree of accuracy by any standard.
So far, Pfizer and BioNTech are only reporting two months of observational safety for their phase 3 clinical trial, although the companies have committed to continue monitoring their more than 43,000 trial participants.
While social norms can be communicated in many ways, one of the main paths is through observational learning.
Through interviews and observational studies in these communities, I documented the daily income flows for micro-entrepreneurs.
Scientists cannot use observational research to determine whether one particular thing causes something else.
In twelve months observational astronomy had made such a bound as it has never made before or since.
Religion also has its observational work in the larger and possibly more arduous manner.
I assure you, Mr. Payne, our visit to Earth was intended purely for observational purposes!
THE OBSERVERSG. L. VANDENBURG
Only in this way can the error of regarding geography as a purely observational natural science be corrected.
During that period there came to the front the founder of accurate observational astronomy.

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