These stages are:
Of these, only three stages are named.
Now the knock-out stages have delivered a blow that is arguably crueller still.
At the early stages of growth, inequality tends to rise; at the later stages it falls.
Which of the various NREM stages is light sleep and which is deep sleep?
The process that commits information to memory also seems to have several stages.
These stages are linked to other aspects of the novel such as themes and settings .
Slip stages allowed large trucks to be stored in the wings or rear stage and then slid into view.
At the moment school is divided up into Foundation Phase (ages three to seven) and then "key stages".
Instead of time “in the mechanism,” time is measured with external standardized stages (see below, Section 5.2).
The first two stages are the embryonic stages and last through the first eight weeks after conception.
A related 19th-century approach that applied the theory of evolution to society focused on different stages of religious thought.
Although most thanatologists accept the Kübler-Ross stages, they also recognize that these stages occur neither with predictable regularity nor in any set order.
The first stages of respiration occur in the cytoplasm of plant and animal cells, but most of the stages of respiration that release energy happen in the mitochondria .
The advent of such theatres encouraged the development of advanced stage machinery, including elevator traps (1736), elevator stages (1753), and revolving stages (1758).
All three types of theatre can have permanent stage machinery—such as flying systems, revolving stages, and slip stages—although most such machinery is associated with the proscenium stage.
His 1960 book, The Stages of Economic Growth: A Non-Communist Manifesto, elaborated a linear-stages-of-growth model that defined development as a sequence of stages through which all societies must pass.
In addition, studies have revealed that comprehension of the stages is cumulative (e.g., if a person understands stage 3, he or she understands the lower stages but not necessarily the higher stages), and comprehension of higher stages is increasingly difficult.
Eighteen different endocrine cells can be identified within the gastrointestinal tract, but it is probable that several of these and their particular peptides are evolutionary vestiges that functioned in other stages of human development, while others may represent different stages of maturation of the same endocrine cell.
Both the Tremadocian and Floian stages date to the Early Ordovician Epoch, which occurred between 485.4 million and 470 million years ago; the Dapingian and Darriwilian stages date to the Middle Ordovician Epoch, which occurred between 470 million and 458.4 million years ago; and the Sandbian, Katian, and Hirnantian stages date to the Late Ordovician Epoch, which occurred between 458.4 million and 443.8 million years ago.
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Both the Tremadocian and Floian stages date to the Early Ordovician Epoch which occurred between 4854 million and 470 million years ago the Dapingian and Darriwilian stages date to the Middle Ordovician Epoch which occurred between 470 million and 4584 million years ago and the Sandbian Katian and Hirnantian stages date to the Late Ordovician Epoch which occurred between 4584 million and 4438 million years ago