Most particularists also accept the second thesis.
- Can second screens support in-room social interaction?
The centimetre–gram–second units of current is the electrostatic unit of charge (esu) per second.
Second mortgage interest rates are usually higher than refinance rates, because second mortgages are riskier for lenders.
Suppose it takes ½ of a second for the second collision to occur.
This raises the question, how can we understand second-order validity from the second-order perspective?
The ontological commitments of second-order theories will then depend on how the second-order variables are interpreted.
According to Brooksbank, the average high-definition TV transmission at 50 frames a second requires 1.5 gigabits a second.
The upcurrents in thunderclouds, however, often exceed 5 metres per second and may reach 30 metres (98 feet) per second or more.
CNN averaged 2.455 million viewers to finish second for the second consecutive week after finishing third six of the previous seven weeks.
Investors are now extrapolating a strong second quarter delivery number to the possibility that Tesla may report a profitable second quarter when it reports earnings next week.
Times shorter than one second are expressed as decimal fractions (a millisecond = one-thousandth of a second, a microsecond = one-millionth of a second, and so on).
While FTTC offers users average speeds of around 66 megabits per second, FTTP can offer average speeds of one gigabit per second today and potentially terabits per second in the future.
The entry on second-order and higher-order logic provides more detail and gives some indication of the complexity of the set of valid second-order formulas in the standard model theory for second-order logic.
It is not hard to arrange this situation so that the first collision happens after ½ of a second, the second collision after ¼ of a second, the third after ⅛ of a second, and so on (Pérez Laraudogoita 1997).
My magic recipe was as follows: 90-second plank, knees down for five seconds, 60-second side-arm plank, 60 seconds on the other arm, knees down for five seconds, 30-second plank, knees down, then finish up with 30-ish seconds in the standard plank position.
21 Districts: California (45th, 48th); Florida (16th); Illinois (Sixth, 14th); Michigan (Eighth, 11th); Minnesota (Second, Third); Missouri (Second); New Jersey (Seventh, 11th); North Carolina (Second, Ninth, 13th); Ohio (12th); Pennsylvania (First, Sixth, 17th); South Carolina (First); Washington (Eighth) See live poll results.
East of England- 1,608,086 first doses and 60,920 second doses, making 1,669,006 North East and Yorkshire - 2,101,422 first and 83,616 second doses (2,185,038) North West- 1,765,663 first and 69,776 second doses (1,835,439) South East- 2,185,490 first and 86,172 second doses (2,271,662) South West- 1,559,910 first and 57,715 second doses (1,617,625)
23 Districts: Arkansas (Second); California (50th); Florida (15th, 18th); Illinois (13th); Iowa (Third); Kansas (Second, Third); Kentucky (Sixth); Nebraska (Second); New Hampshire (First); New Jersey (Second, Third); New York (19th, 22nd, 24th, 27th); Pennsylvania (Seventh); Virginia (Second, Seventh); Washington (Third, Fifth); Wisconsin (First) See live poll results.
The breakdown for the other regions is: East of England - 1,421,572 first doses and 59,217 second doses, making 1,480,789 in total North-east and Yorkshire - 1,850,682 first and 80,437 second doses (1,931,119) North-west - 1,582,904 first and 68,672 second doses (1,651,576) South-east - 1,918,899 first and 83,581 second doses (2,002,480) South-west - 1,377,761 first and 56,702 second doses (1,434,463)
- give support or one's approval to
Example: I'll second that motion
- in the second place
Example: second, we must consider the economy
- a part or voice or instrument or orchestra section lower in pitch than or subordinate to the first
Example: second flute
- 1/60 of a minute; the basic unit of time adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites
- transfer an employee to a different, temporary assignment
Example: The officer was seconded for duty overseas
- coming next after the first in position in space or time or degree or magnitude
- an indefinitely short time
- the fielding position of the player on a baseball team who is stationed near the second of the bases in the infield
- a particular point in time
- following the first in an ordering or series
Example: he came in a close second
- a 60th part of a minute of arc
Example: the treasure is 2 minutes and 45 seconds south of here
- the official attendant of a contestant in a duel or boxing match
- a speech seconding a motion
Example: do I hear a second?
- the gear that has the second lowest forward gear ratio in the gear box of a motor vehicle
Example: he had to shift down into second to make the hill
- merchandise that has imperfections; usually sold at a reduced price without the brand name
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The breakdown for the other regions is East of England - 1421572 first doses and 59217 second doses making 1480789 in total North-east and Yorkshire - 1850682 first and 80437 second doses 1931119 North-west - 1582904 first and 68672 second doses 1651576 South-east - 1918899 first and 83581 second doses 2002480 South-west - 1377761 first and 56702 second doses 1434463