Three patients developed adhesive capsulitis of the shoulder in the interlocking
nailing group whereas there was only 1 patient in the DCP group and the cause in this patient being poor physiotherapy of the shoulder because of uncooperative patient.
The upper machine may preferably be an interlocking
mixer but this is not essential.
The structures designed by double two out of two full-electronic computer inter-locking systems can be divided into three-tier structures: man-machine conversation layer (also known as operating presentation layer), interlocking
layer, interface layer of outdoor equipments.
the understanding of interlocking
directorates and section 8 of the
nail offers the best biomechanical environment for fracture healing through reaming of the medullary canal and the stability in the form of near rigid fixation and prevention of rotational torque.
In all, electro-mechanics enable mechanical interlocking
systems to be fully integrated within the context of a common system for control and safety.
directorships (directorates) are more common in groups of outside directors, as they include a number of public and political figures who are recruited from other companies, and especially from the banking, insurance, and investment sectors (Scott, 1991).
Effects of Support Consequences and Cultural Consequences on the Selection of interlocking
Schoorman, 1983, "A Limited Rationality Model of Interlocking
Directorates," Academy of Management and Review 8, 206-217.
In its Interlocking
Circles collection, Tiffany & Co.
prevents the fabric from retaining its original size.
The Salvo system stops unscheduled truck departure by interlocking
trailers with the loading dock door.