It demonstrates that public pensions can lead to a take–off from a low growth trap to a higher growth equilibrium.
The constraints on the reaction force (no take–off, no sliding) give also some limits on the initial velocity (or angular momentum).
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Aircraft may be unable to land or take–off for several days or occasionally weeks.
They observed that for the same jumping height, different take–off angles would result in different jump distances.
The industrial ‘ take–off ‘ did not occur until the 1890s.
We assume there is no take–off and no sliding.
The minimum wind velocities required to allow the take–off of the smallest individuals, of a particular species, may similarly be described.
Common nouns of this type are blackout, break-up, getaway, get-together, hold-up, mix-up, sit-in, and take–off.
What is a more visible turning point in terms of an economic developmental take–off stage?
Any explanation of mechanisation must stress the importance of the introduction, in 1930, of the small combine-harvester operated by power take–off from an all-purpose tractor.
The second is the result that initially identical economies might experience take–off at very different times.
Slowly some kind of i consensus between scientists and the military began to emerge, which made possible a modest but steady “take–off” toward nuclear development.
This actuator (servomotor with gear reducers) rotated the leg to the desired angle at touchdown and take–off events.
Local production, regional distribution and national interconnection became simultaneously the components of energy take–off.
At surgery, the aneurysm was found to extend from the anterior wall of the pulmonary trunk to the take–off of the left pulmonary artery.
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