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The MAVErIC II trial is a 399-patient pivotal trial designed to study the safety and efficacy of the Self-Expanding Exponent Carotid Stent with the GuardWire Balloon Occlusion and Aspiration System for the treatment of carotid stenosis.
For most of the past 70 years, ecologists had no explanation for the 3/4 exponent.
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The responses to this survey offer some evidence that rational number exponent behavior should be revisited later in the curriculum.
Exponent is assisting the DMDC in the development of the specifications for future Smartcards, offering expertise in test methods, and assessments of operating environments.
We thus believe that Exponent will continue to grow in line with or better than its historical results.
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WASHINGTON, March 27, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Drawing on a powerful new dynamic in philanthropy, the Association of Small Foundations is changing its name to Exponent Philanthropy.