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results are presented in an essentially similar form. The aim of the experiment was to determine how close together two chickens could feed before agonistic behavior developed (i.e. to determine the minimal approach distance). 260 Material I and methods. Observations were made on two established

In: Behaviour

that revolu- tionary orientations would be significant in either country. Rather they are almost certain to have a mix of the other two rationales, with Sweden favoring greater public involvement or reform, and the United States tending toward a somewhat minimal approach or maintenance (Dunlop

In: International Journal of Comparative Sociology

struggle was to adopt a very minimal approach to editing the huge amount of material that I had to work with, following mostly the guidelines of the National Commission for the text and the philological apparatus, and only including the most essential of the footnotes with ancient sources—both epigraphical

In: Pirro Ligorio’s Worlds

, indicating that males have the ability to discriminate between a familiar, often shared neighbour song and an unshared stranger one (Table 3). Table 3. Variance explained by the first factor of a PCA, loading factors of three behavioural measures (the minimal approach distance, the time spent within

In: Behaviour

forces us to be more modest in our ambitions. A minimal approach is advocated, which attempts to temper high expectations and better to connect with the relative autonomy of children and their rights, and the responsibility of parents in this regard, while preventing excessive government interference

In: The International Journal of Children's Rights

the incorporee has only a subset of the features contained by the incorporation host, but not on the clitic movement per se . As a result of this, a minimal approach to the internal structure of clitics is followed, whereby only the necessary features are advocated, but no covert constituents that

In: Journal of Greek Linguistics

( ibid ., 25). The Muscovites knew of the latter but not of the former. Literate seventeenth-century Muscovites produced no speculative thinkers even minimally approaching, say, Aquinas, Hobbes, or Spinoza, but obviously reasoned well enough for everyday, workaday situations. 137)  See the paper by

In: Russian History