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The eight-year follow-up research also suggested that children of long-lived parents showed lower incidences of multiple circulatory conditions including heart disease, heart failure, stroke, high blood pressure, high cholesterol levels and atrial fibrillation.
The scientists compared the children of long-lived parents to children whose parents survived to average ages for their generation.
GE Energy Financial Services invests globally across the capital spectrum in essential, long-lived, and capital-intensive energy assets.
Furthermore, SFAS 144, Accounting for the Impairment or Disposal of Long-Lived Assets, details "standards" for valuing this category of property.
HDL and LDL cholesterol particle size is higher in people who are exceptionally long-lived and in their offspring, reported Dr.
A long-lived tree with a life measured in centuries, live oaks are native to the coastal South and can be seen growing in large yards, as specimen trees in parks, along streets, and overhanging the lanes of historic plantations.
These long-lived radionuclides , called minor actinides (elements like americium, curium, neptunium), have to be separated from the spent fuel to be placed in a specific reactor for transmutation.
You could have an unbelievable mess at Chatsworth, and not just for a moment, because the radioactivity is very long-lived.
The project's primary goals were to develop one accounting model, based on the framework established in Statement 121, for disposing long-lived assets by sale and to address significant implementation issues.
At high temperatures, this recombination takes a long time and plasmas can be long-lived.
Counterclockwise from lower right, they are: Grumman's AF-2 Guardian team of aircraft (1949-1954)--the AF-2W "Guppy" hunter and AF-2S "Scrapper" killer; Lockheed's long-lived (1945-1978) P2V Neptune series, represented by the P2V-7 (P-2H); Lockheed's Constellation-derived PO-2W (WV-2) Warning Star (1954-1976); Grumman's S-2 air surveillance derivative, the WF-2 (E-1B) Tracer, better known as "Willy Fudd" or "Stoof with a Roof" (1957-1973); and Grumman's S2F-1 (S-2A) Tracker or "Stoof," the first carrier-based aircraft to incorporate both hunter and killer capabilities (1952-1977).
121, Accounting for the Impairment of Long-Lived Assets and for Long-Lived Assets to Be Disposed Of.