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1(individual)(teaching/attention) individualizado(contact) personal(discussion) mano a manoon a one-to-one basis — de uno a uno
- In one-on-one situations, go for the man in black every time.
- People just don't seem to have the capability of beating their opponents in a one-on-one situation.
- On three occasions York created one-on-one opportunities but each time the Oxton goalkeeper kept them out.
- However, he has immense pace, is a cool and clinical finisher in one-on-one situations and has the ability to score sublime goals.
- He has a cool head and a great finish for the one-on-one situations.
- Robinson is deadly in a one-on-one situation and it will be a thankless task for anyone having to mark him in midfield.
- He was not going to be denied as he faced the keeper with a one-on-one opportunity and slid the ball home.
- The way they contested one-on-one situations in that first half was encouraging.
- In one-on-one situations, he is hardly dodged, and can win the ball nine times out of ten.
- He does not play well in one-on-one situations, nor does he help teammates.
- So, in a one-on-one situation against the local tough guy, can a judo person subdue the bully?
- If the rest of the linemen play well, Pryce will get more one-on-one situations.
- That leads to some one-on-one opportunities for Hammer, and that's no good for an offense.
- If so, he runs the risk of letting Shaq get more one-on-one opportunities close to the basket.
- That led to big rushing avenues for Barber and one-on-one opportunities for Toomer.
- When having one-on-one chats with his gaffer they will converse in French.
- On a one-on-one basis I will be getting little pointers off him regarding the season ahead.
- Five games will be played on one-on-one basis with entry fee being Rs.10 per person.
- It would be impossible for the NYC to have an impact on individuals on a one-on-one basis.
- Abbot requests they get Mary in for a one-on-one chat - he wants a précised focus group.
2(exact)(correlation) de uno a uno
- What makes the system exemplify the natural number structure is that it has a one-to-one successor function with an initial object and the system satisfies the induction principle.
- And yet, ciphers based on one-to-one substitutions, also known as monoalphabetic ciphers, can be easily broken by frequency analysis.
- For example; the generally held view that dimension was invariant under one-to-one continuous mappings…
- On the other hand, although any map between fields is one-to-one, it is fairly difficult to write down all the maps between any given pair of fields.
- The majority of rotations had a one-to-one ratio of students to preceptors.
- He proposed that, if elements combine to form compounds with other than a one-to-one ratio of atoms, the multiplicities be denoted by superscripted numbers, later transmuted to subscripts.
- The simplest way to plot expression data is in a two-dimensional scatter plot and to calculate the correlation coefficients of all one-to-one combinations of experiments.
- This is similar to the amount of calcium you need - about 1,000 to 1,200 mg., which is a one-to-one ratio.
- Things may change rapidly in the world of business, but a few things are timeless, such as the famous one-to-one ratio of suckers born per minute.
- Watch springs would have been one of the very few items that would have produced the necessary one-to-one million ratio between the cost of steel and the value of the output.
- In most developed nations, the ratio is one-to-one or lower.
- A one-to-one ratio is ideal, according to the American Cancer Society.
- The days when book orders had a one-to-one ratio are gone, but the company is still confident it can achieve a reasonable lead time of between six to 12 weeks.
- An earlier proposal asked for a one-to-one ratio starting in 2010.
- This only works if there is a one-to-one ratio of viewers to displays.
- To his amazement, the two kinds of plants occurred in a one-to-one ratio.
- Ordinary matter and dark matter loosely track each other in space, but not in a one-to-one ratio.
- We'd need a one-to-one ratio of professional refuters to loonies, just to keep up.
- The appreciating of the lev against the US dollar pushed prices up in 2003, as dollar-denominated real estate trade switched to euro, at a one-to-one ratio, analysts commented.
- With a lower than one-to-one ratio of presenters to participants, many potential entrepreneurs had time to seek in-depth assistance from experts in a number of fields.
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