Other articles related to "phase, phases":
... Phase 10, a card game created by Fundex Games Phase (video game), a music game for the iPod developed by Harmonix Music Systems Phase (combat) usually a period of combat within a larger military operation A ...
... The G1 phase (Gap 1 phase) or post-mitotic phase is a period in the cell cycle during interphase, before the S phase ... For many cells, this phase is the major period of cell growth during its lifespan ... A rapidly dividing human cell which divides every 24 hours spends 9 hours in G1 phase ...
... Many antibiotics against MRSA are in phase II and phase III clinical trials ... Phase III ceftobiprole, Ceftaroline, Dalbavancin, Telavancin, Aurograb, torezolid, iclaprim etc ... Phase II nemonoxacin ...
... The military operations of the Greco-Turkish war can be roughly divided into three main phases The first phase, spanning the period from May 1919 to October 1920, encompassed the Greek ... The second phase lasted from October 1920 to August 1921, and was characterised by Greek offensive operations ... The third and final phase lasted until August 1922, when the strategic initiative was held by the Turkish Army ...
... recruit training is structured into two phases Phase 1, also known as the Common Military Syllabus (Recruit) (CMS(R)) Course, and Phase 2, specialist training ... Phase 1 In Phase 1, recruits cover the Common Military Syllabus (Recruit) (CMS(R)) in a series of 6 training weekends at Regional Training Centres (RTCs). 3 weekends and then go directly to their Phase 2 Training at Catterick ...
Famous quotes related to phase:
“The problem of the twentieth century is the problem of the color-linethe relation of the darker to the lighter races of men in Asia and Africa, in America and the islands of the sea. It was a phase of this problem that caused the Civil War.”
—W.E.B. (William Edward Burghardt)
“This is certainly not the place for a discourse about what festivals are for. Discussions on this theme were plentiful during that phase of preparation and on the whole were fruitless. My experience is that discussion is fruitless. What sets forth and demonstrates is the sight of events in action, is living through these events and understanding them.”
—Doris Lessing (b. 1919)
“I had let preadolescence creep up on me without paying much attentionand I seriously underestimated this insidious phase of child development. You hear about it, but youre not a true believer until it jumps out at you in the shape of your own, until recently quite companionable child.”
—Susan Ferraro (20th century)
“The Indians feel that each stage is crucial and that the child should be allowed to dwell in each for the appropriate period of time so that every aspect of his being can evolve, just as a plant evolves in the proper time and sequence of the seasons. Otherwise, the child never has a chance to master himself in any one phase of his life.”
—Alan Quetone (20th century)
“It no longer makes sense to speak of feeding problems or sleep problems or negative behavior is if they were distinct categories, but to speak of problems of development and to search for the meaning of feeding and sleep disturbances or behavior disorders in the developmental phase which has produced them.”
—Selma H. Fraiberg (20th century)