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A distinctive feature of qualitative methods is the flexibility of research designs, particularly where ethnographic methods using a range of techniques are involved.

However, the error is quick to decrease and enter the range of error of the other algorithms.

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At first, infants display discriminatory abilities which span a broad range of phonetic pairs.

Our pupils came from a range of local, national, and international backgrounds.

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The intersection between the orientation annulus and the end-effector locus represents the orientation range for a manipulator at a certain reachable workspace range.

Individual hospices were represented at rates ranging f rom 25% to 100%.

The possible score range is 0-100, with higher scores representing better functioning.!

The average treatment slot was reported as 20 min (ranging from 15 to 60 min).

About half reported an on-site in-patient unit with an average number of 17 beds (range 1-38).

The desired client profiles had been established a priori to ensure that a broad range of clients would be recruited.

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We removed those children in order to have an appropriate variance range.

The inclusion of a wide range of skills in conservatorium curricula would enable music graduates to expand the scope of their performance and non-performance roles.

What must be stressed, however, is the range and importance of its findings.

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