“Members (as apposed to contacts) search/listing on front end”—
“Aggressive Speed Shape” as apposed to?
I have a NSTimer that I am stopping when my application resigns active, which I later restart when the application again becomes active. What I did not realise was that would fire when my application first started (pretty obvious really). So what is happening is my NSTimer is incorrectly starting (when the application first starts). My question is, is there a way to check for the application resuming from inactive as apposed to it first starting?
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Anteriorly, each cell extends a thin, sheet-like process that lies inside the nerve ring and the muscle arm layer and is closely apposed to the basement membrane of the pharynx ( and ). Each of these processes wraps around roughly one third of the circumference of the isthmus, touching its neighbor on each side (). The nerve ring is tilted at an angle with respect to the body axis, in a pattern that reflects the position of the dorsal and ventral GLR cells (). On the outside, the GLR cells are surrounded by the muscle arms that lie interior to the motor end plate layer of the nerve ring where muscles receive synaptic input from the nerve ring motor neurons (). The neurites of the nerve ring spread tightly over the basement membrane of the muscle arms, and completely encircle the isthmus of the pharynx. There is no direct connection of the GLR's to the pharyngeal basement membrane which lies between the GLR cells and the pharynx and there is no basement membrane separating the muscle arms from the GLR processes (). Arms from each of the 8 longitudinal rows of the head muscles run along specific GLR cells such that each GLRDL/R and GLRVL/R is associated with muscle arms from a single row and each GLRL and GLRR is associated with muscle arms from two rows (). There are gj's between GLR cells and muscle arms and GLR's and RME motor neurons (). However, GLR cells do not make gj's to each other and do not make or receive any chemical synapses to or from any cells.