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Really Good

1848 Scientific American  
But a succession of heavy ga les from It appears to us that his heart is out of tune. the northward came on and drove her ashore If a man is really good, the temper of his on the Flemish Banks, and after  ...  How our hearts have wept to hear men boast of haVIng been suc cessful in deceiving others for pecuniary gain.  ... 
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican01221848-139f fatcat:axvqh72ixzfndao6lppgixfmfa

What females really want

Leslie C. Griffith
2014 Nature  
how the SP signal is transmitted to the central nervous system.  ...  F or humans, the decision to copulate is an intensely personal one, and we like to believe it is a choice made under free will.  ... 
doi:10.1038/512138a pmid:25119229 fatcat:v2dqc6nazbfczfiknx533t7wyi

Is it really true?

D H Dyson
1993 Canadian veterinary journal  
Is it really true? Doris H. Dyson There are many ideas about anesthesia that are not based on fact. Some of them are based on a theoretical principle, that may or may not hold true in practice.  ...  If packed red cells are given to the animal that is volume replenished but anemic, some fluid may be added to the packed cells to allow easier flow through the intravenous tubing.  ... 
pmid:17424266 pmcid:PMC1686411 fatcat:5lxdt7b4jnavbdyyc4zyg7iciy

A really bad locum

K B Emmott
1998 CMAJ - Canadian Medical Association Journal  
Another is alcoholic and a former heroin user with "arthritis" and "fibromyalgia" and a frightening intake of acetaminophen with codeine. His liver is clearly packing up.  ...  His notes are very poor, but there are occasional pitiful comments about how the patient is "trying to cut down her use" of acetaminophen and codeine and how they "will see about reducing these drugs."  ... 
pmid:9469148 pmcid:PMC1232700 fatcat:ttowjf4oxzajtgvm737wngpj6y

Clathrin Adaptors Really Adapt

Tom Kirchhausen
2002 Cell  
sorts cargo forms, how sorting of trafficking transmembrane cargo proteins and makes contact with the membrane, to the proteins by adaptors is achieved, and how many other list of known atomic structures  ...  By far the most abundant protein in In many instances, the sorting information is encoded coated vesicles, it was proposed to be the scaffold that in short peptide motifs, typically 4-6 amino acids, remakes  ...  In the core, its structure is maintained, and the domain lies on one face of the complex, in a hollow cores pack in the crystal lattice.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0092-8674(02)00751-1 pmid:12086597 fatcat:gxuellwpe5adbhvillub457n6a

Can We Really Count on Frank?

Jennifer L. Marston, Tracey Muir, Sharyn Livy
2013 Teaching Children Mathematics  
How many cartons and packs do I need to give 42 children a tub of yogurt each?  ...  (unpaged) Does it really take 47 cans of dog food to fill one shopping cart? Even allowing for different sizes of carts and cans of dog food, this seems a gross underestimation.  ...  Time How long would it take to get to the other side of the world? (*T) Why is Amy awake when Louie is asleep? (*GG) Proportion Amy is sitting beside a packing box.  ... 
doi:10.5951/teacchilmath.19.7.0440 fatcat:rq2rjtsoarb5pjhqj5opxdivw4

Are NLP Models really able to Solve Simple Math Word Problems? [article]

Arkil Patel, Satwik Bhattamishra, Navin Goyal
2021 arXiv   pre-print
The best accuracy achieved by state-of-the-art models is substantially lower on SVAMP, thus showing that much remains to be done even for the simplest of the MWPs.  ...  Note that in the first example, the word 'packs' was not replaced since it is a collective.  ...  Excerpt of Example Beth has 4 packs of red crayons and 2 packs of green crayons. Each pack has 10 crayons in it.  ... 
arXiv:2103.07191v2 fatcat:abeoldrapbdfpdyyhmzo6ryltm

Show them how it's really done

Nancy J. Rothwell
2000 Nature  
Show them how it's really done The public's appetite for science will not be whetted by a diet of dry facts. millennium essay NATURE | VOL 405 | 8 JUNE 2000 | www.nature.com 621 Packing them in: Michael  ...  Research is like a detective story, in which knowing 'whodunnit' , and how, is not enough -it's the process of deduction that really appeals.  ...  Sadly, few outside the profession know what scientists actually do, or what drives them to do it. Indeed, most know little of what science is really about.  ... 
doi:10.1038/35015181 pmid:10864303 fatcat:fw5lfgoosrbvvo3ymqahwdrid4

Is there really safety in numbers?

Libba Reed McMillian, Rene McEldowney
2014 Nursing Management  
If we can buy a quality asset for less, even if it is temporarily out of favour with the market, then our reward is potentially higher, and with less downside risk. Is there really safety in numbers?  ...  Following the pack, and/or basing your investment decisions on the ever-changing commentary from the financial press is a poor way to plan for the future.  ... 
doi:10.1097/01.numa.0000453282.72241.1c pmid:25144485 fatcat:uwo7itucgbfd5a6qpuj5mkpcoe

What software reality is really about

J. Bach
1999 Computer  
It's more about people working together than it is about defined processes.  ...  You always stop developing software before every possible test is run and every single bug is fixed. At what point do you pack it in? Think enoughness. HOW DO WE GET GOOD AT THIS?  ...  So, here is my take on what software reality is really about. SOFTWARE REALITY For starters, it's more about people working together than it is about defined processes.  ... 
doi:10.1109/2.809258 fatcat:wfyuog4bkrbodduj2wpowy32dm

Donations: how to ensure you really benefit

Ismael Cordero, Neil Murray, Henry E Nkumbe
2010 Community Eye Health Journal  
Before you accept a donation Think about the following: • Is this something you really need, and is it the best use of scarce resources?  ...  If not, is the equipment really suited to your circumstances?  ... 
pmid:21119920 pmcid:PMC2975117 fatcat:w6vzo45jmngyhjzzr7ofsccqdy

Do we really teach abstraction?

Paolo Bucci, Timothy J. Long, Bruce W. Weide
2001 Proceedings of the thirty-second SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer Science Education - SIGCSE '01  
Abstraction is one of the cornerstones of software development and is recognized as a fundamental and essential principle to be taught as early as CS1/CS2.  ...  At this point, it is tempting to dismiss concerns about how students might fill in the tracing table. Are uniformity and rigor in such tasks really that important?  ...  But it is exactly because of how effective mathematical modeling is in providing abstraction (as witnessed by this example) that we should strive to use it to model components from other domains as well  ... 
doi:10.1145/364447.364531 dblp:conf/sigcse/BucciLW01 fatcat:mfet24gj2zedlb756owyb2swbe

Do we really teach abstraction?

Paolo Bucci, Timothy J. Long, Bruce W. Weide
2001 ACM SIGCSE Bulletin  
Abstraction is one of the cornerstones of software development and is recognized as a fundamental and essential principle to be taught as early as CS1/CS2.  ...  At this point, it is tempting to dismiss concerns about how students might fill in the tracing table. Are uniformity and rigor in such tasks really that important?  ...  But it is exactly because of how effective mathematical modeling is in providing abstraction (as witnessed by this example) that we should strive to use it to model components from other domains as well  ... 
doi:10.1145/366413.364531 fatcat:4vugifk7nrf5jlkaghechd26qq

Is your brain really necessary?

R Lewin
1980 Science  
Is Your Brain Really Necessary?  ...  How is it that in some hy-drocephalics whose brains are severely distorted asymmetrically, the expected one-sided paralysis is typically absent?  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.7434023 pmid:7434023 fatcat:ecostwqwp5dnbktw5kt5caiepm

How problem-solving really works

Satya S. Chakravorty, Douglas N. Hales, James I. Herbert
2008 International Journal of Data Analysis Techniques and Strategies  
However, when a problem is difficult to identify, problem-solving proceeds in a cyclical and apparently irrational manner.  ...  Assisting with a process improvement experience in a plastics company, we discovered that when a problem is properly identified, problem-solving generally follows the theoretical models.  ...  In addition, the authors found no study suggesting how to improve the problem solving process when it is conducted in a cyclical manner.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijdats.2008.020022 fatcat:i26be6a2nbb3rhkvmloed3qula
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