It teaches them that life outside of academe means failure, which explains the large numbers of graduates who labor for decades as adjuncts, just so they can stay on the periphery of academe.
Responsible, compassionate sex should be an adjunct to the process of coupling, not the prime reason for doing so.
For me, it represents a potent adjunct to antidepressant medications and, for some patients, it ’s something you can take in lieu of pills.
Lyte urges caution as well. It MAY, in really big capitals, prove to be an adjunct to therapy, but there are a number of steps that need to be done.
It MAY, in really big capitals, prove to be an adjunct to therapy, but there are a number of steps that need to be done.
Writing tests that reach more code and therefore exercise more functionality usually takes more legwork in the form of adjunct frameworks.
Part of the problem, Hill says, is that “universities and colleges are replacing more of their primarily male full-time faculty with adjunct and temporary positions ” to save money.
Similar objections apply to using a board as a desktop; people will have to get used to using pads and tabs on a desk as an adjunct to computer screens before taking embodied virtuality even further.
The Harris Adjunct Network Processor and Boeing - developed middleware and software applications provided real-time interface between the CH - 47 and dismounted soldier user equipment.
He implies that cyber - weapons would be used mainly as an adjunct to conventional operations in a narrow theatre.