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IID estimates that for the current fiscal year as of June 30, 2015, approximately 34 percent of each distribution is characterized as net investment income, 5 percent is characterized as short-term capital gain and 61 percent is characterized as return of capital.
ONE MORE THAN THE LARGEST NUMBER THAT CAN BE CHARACTERIZED IN ONE HUNDRED SPACES OR FEWER
Occasional labored breathing is characterized by episodic bursts of harsh, difficult or wearing respirations.
Wood characterized by very large dimensions had likely been used for industrial applications and are almost exclusively treated and should not be recycled as mulch.
The outbreak strain was characterized by 3 plasmids of 6.
Schedules were characterized by high-volume runs of the same products with few changeovers and long lead times.
For example, on blocks characterized by single family detached homes, the new zoning will no longer permit their demolition and replacement with multi-family buildings.
Fully characterized across process, voltage and temperature on a hardware platform, the QDR II Memory Tool Kit includes a reference design using innovative patented design techniques providing high design margins to maximize QDR II SRAM system design performance.
The primary immunodeficiencies consist of a group of disorders that are caused by abnormalities of the immune system; the most common of these disorders involve the humoral disorders is common variable immunodeficiency (CVID), which is characterized by a decrease in the level of total immunoglobulin (Ig) G in addition to a reduction in the level of either IgA or IgM.
The patent, entitled "Use of Imidazole for the Treatment of Diseases Characterized by Neovascularization," protects the use of specific small molecules in a class of compounds called imidazoles for the treatment of angiogenic conditions where neovascularization (new blood vessel formation) contributes to the progression of the disease by supplying nourishment to the diseased area.
A key feature of both probe types is that their gain flatness response may be conveniently characterized using step response techniques.
Let's face it: The current state of the disk drive industry is characterized by very tight margins.