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Here, wavelet functions would be firstly used to construct the admitted kernel for SVM according to Mercy theory; then new SVM with this kernel can be used to approximate the target function with better sparsity than wavelet approxiamtion itself.
      
In the Apocalypse of Moses the themes of the protoplasts' death and of God's mercy with Adam are dominant.
      
Freud's interpersonal presence in this case shows such humanizing virtues as openness, respect, strength, mercy, trustworthiness, encouragement, and maternal acceptance at the heart of the therapeutic relationship.
      
Noting the element of surprise throughout the book, the author gives a contextual interpretation to the change of Jonah's appearance from dove (a passive character) to wolf (an enraged character) willing to die rather than witness God's mercy.
      
As a missionary concern, the author parallels the anger of "Christian continent" (Latin America) against God's mercy for "outsiders" and the continent's self-righteousness with Jonah's enraged character.
      
The cross fulfils these demands by reconciling the divine mercy and justice on behalf of humanity.
      
Correlations among sinner, sin, and mercy factor scores supported predictions from causal attribution theory.
      
Absolutely high average mercy scores indicated an animal positivity bias.
      
Results thus evoked the adage that "the quality of mercy is not strained." That is, regarding errant companion animals, cognitive responses to punish and to forgive are not always mutually exclusive options.
      
The asthma disease management program at Children's Mercy Hospital improved the care received, decreased costs, and improved the quality of life for those children with asthma.
      
Yet responses to their plight are almost invariably highly selective, the quality of mercy being strained by considerations other than pure altruism.
      
Copepods in epikarst have extremely local distributions, and their body size is such that they are largely at the mercy of directional flows.
      
(Calc-CCr=k·L/PCr, where L=height in centimeters and k is the proportionality constant.) Thirty-one children 5.3-20.8 years of age, withCin ranging from 2.8 to 138.8 ml/min per 1.73 m2, participated in these studies at The Children's Mercy Hosptial.
      
The records of 102 patients with ESRD (disease necessitating dialysis and/or transplant) seen at Children's Mercy Hospital during a 10-year period (1986?-?1995) were reviewed.
      
While "mercy killing" might be considered out of charity and humanity, the death of a terminally ill patient should be neither hastened nor postponed.
      
The retrospective audit of endosalpingiosis was carried out from 1997 to 2000 at the Mercy Hospital for Women, Melbourne, Australia.
      
The Mercy Health Clinic in Montgomery County, Maryland, has had this effect on us who volunteer there and care for its needy patients.
      
Methods: A retrospective review was conducted on all patients who underwent revision to BPD at Mercy Bariatrics, Western Australia, between June 2001 and April 2005.
      
He then established a radiology unit at Mercy Hospital in Kansas City.
      
To a large, extent criminal justice agencies arereactive in nature and thus are at the mercy of evants beyond their control.
      
 

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