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Flexible Response

Flexible Response

flexible response

flexible response

Britain, Germany, and the Origins of Flexible Response

Flexible Bayesian modelling for clustered categorical responses in developmental toxicology

Flexible generalized t-link models for binary response data

NATO nuclear strategy and the adoption of ‘flexible response’

The Search for a Strategic Consensus in NATO: Adoption of Flexible Response

Statistical monitoring of clinical trials with multivariate response and/or multiple arms: a flexible approach

Case study of grassroots community development: sustainable, flexible and cost-effective responses to local needs

Responses of five woody species to burial by marly sediment: the role of biomass allocation pattern flexibility

Flexible Meta-Regression Functions for Modeling Aggregate Dose-Response Data, with an Application to Alcohol and Mortality

The good, the bad and the flexible: plant interactions with pollinators and herbivores over space and time are moderated by plant compensatory responses

The response to flexibility: country intervention choices in the first four rounds of the GAVI Health Systems Strengthening applications

Sequence-variant repeats of MUC1 show higher conformational flexibility, are less densely O-glycosylated and induce differential B lymphocyte responses

Response to Russell's (2007) and Hom's (2008) Commentary on “A motion to exclude and the ‘fixed’ versus ‘flexible’ battery in ‘forensic’ neuropsychology”

PM481. Tolerability, safety and treatment response of flexibly-dosed paliperidone palmitate in patients hospitalized for an exacerbation of schizophrenia

 

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Military doctrine developed under the Kennedy administration in the United States, providing a conventional warfare strategy for NATO alongside that of massive retaliation and mutual assured destruction.

Subjects: Military History — Warfare and Defence.


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