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The subject of procurement is the intensification of water treatment plants.
Forecasting unusually rapid intensification of hurricanes is particularly problematic.
The workshop was a part of an ongoing effort by USDA and FAO for soil fertility management and promoting sustainable agricultural intensification in Pakistan.
This article classifies various misperceptions according to whether they are encountered as initiation or at intensification.
Asked if the intensified process was yielding results, Eide said: "I feel that we are in a constructive phase because, yes, the intensification is helpful.
In the first few years, premixed insulin was the top choice, accounting for 80% of intensification prescriptions.
For ecological intensification to deliver on the high hopes and expectations that have been identified by agronomists and ecologists, it will be necessary to address the very nature of our annual crop ecosystems.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Patients diagnosed with diabetes and initially prescribed metformin to lower their glucose levels were less likely to require treatment intensification with a second oral medicine or insulin than patients treated first with sulfonylureas, thiazolidinediones or dipeptidyl peptidase 4 inhibitors, according to a study.
The sides also exchanged views on further intensification of the Turkmen-German partnership in trade, economic, cultural and humanitarian spheres.
Quoted by the Wimbledon Guardian, Merton Council leader Stephen Alambritis said: "We are pleased the inspector has gone with us for the greyhound stadium - it is right for sporting intensification.
A source in the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) said the organization has been on alert due to the intensification of rebel mortar attacks.
The provincial government's 2006 Growth Plan encourages more compact, mixed-use development and the intensification of already urbanized areas, especially around transit hubs.