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Estimating replicate time shifts using Gaussian process regression

Training Endogenous Task Shifting Using Music Therapy: A Feasibility Study

Automated and assisted RNA resonance assignment using NMR chemical shift statistics

More evidence for the red-shift dependence of colour from the Joint Light-curve Analysis supernova sample using red-shift tomography

Competing Explanations for the Nineteenth-Century Shift Away from Mercenary Use

How Citizens Became the Standard: A Normative Explanation of the Shift Away from Mercenary Use

Task-switching: using RSVP methods to study an experimenter-cued shift of set

Velocity shift in two-dimensional anisotropic random media using the Rytov method

Using Triplet Periodicity of Nucleotide Sequences for Finding Potential Reading Frame Shifts in Genes

The φ-Meson Mass Shift in Medium Using a Chiral Effective Lagrangian

Protein structural class identification directly from NMR spectra using averaged chemical shifts*

PARADIGM-SHIFT predicts the function of mutations in multiple cancers using pathway impact analysis

Application of Simple Power Analysis to Stream Ciphers Constructed Using Feedback Shift Registers

Transcriptional landscape estimation from tiling array data using a model of signal shift and drift

The RCI server: rapid and accurate calculation of protein flexibility using chemical shifts

A paradigm shift for sternal reconstruction using a novel titanium rib bridge system following oncological resections

Shifting Signals to Help Health: Using Identity Signaling to Reduce Risky Health Behaviors

 

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Formerly, a use that operated to terminate a preceding use. For example, if property was given to X to the use of A, but then to the use of B when C paid £100 to D, B had a shifting use, which arose when C made the specified payment.

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