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It also removes a regulation that banned lifers from getting transferred to detention facilities below medium-security to allow them the opportunity to gradually readjust to society.
This adjustment results in an error between the newly updated lowest layer and the one above, so the higher layer has to readjust its synaptic weights to minimize its prediction error.
If you do have to readjust your mask while out and about, make sure you wash your hands or at least use hand sanitizer before you touch the outside of your mask.
You should monitor your ranking and readjust your snippet and optimize it for more clicks.
Social information altered people’s choice and their confidence in the choice, which helped them readjust their choice next time around—an obvious sign of learning, the authors said.
The Admiral came aboard and between us we tried to size up the new situation and to readjust ourselves thereto.
Then he would pull himself together, glance at the lamp, readjust the eyeglasses, and plunge resolutely into the book.
WITH EDGED TOOLSHENRY SETON MERRIMAN
He will place Himself so upon their side as Himself to readjust and empower their affections and their wills.
As he was not to build his four ships, neither should Mr. Monk be allowed to readjust the county suffrage.
THE PRIME MINISTERANTHONY TROLLOPE
Ugliness has its utility, its magnetism; the ugliness of abject misery moves you to think, to readjust ideas.

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