secondary agents

secondary agents

COMMERCIAL AGENTS whose activities are insufficiently active to fall within the protection of the Commercial Agents Regulations.
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Danglars has only been a secondary agent in this sad affair, and it is of M.
And the distinction between promoters, venues and primary and secondary agents is blurred through the numerous takeovers and partnerships.
Coproduction factors in networks refer to resources of primary and secondary agents.
Among these research areas, one of the most explored research lines has been directed to examine the network effect on its primary agents (central organization or hub) and secondary agents (partner organizations in the alliance).
Thomas, the claim goes, proposes a God who acts in an invisible, "ineffable" manner alongside of secondary agents.
In this oak decline event, it has been hypothesized that the prolonged drought from 1998-2000, coupled with mature tree age and poor soil reduced tree vigor, rendering trees more susceptible to colonization by secondary agents, such as E.
Other secondary agents to be considered include omega-3s or niacin, as they can also help to lower TG" says Dr.
Niacin caused the regression of carotid intima-media thickness, a surrogate marker for atherosclerosis progression, while ezetimibe caused no significant change in the first clinical trial to directly compare the two secondary agents in combination with a statin.
This provides seamless routing to secondary agents when the primary agents aren't available.
Azathioprine or mercaptopurine may be useful as secondary agents and to allow steroid reduction; but their onset of action is too slow to recommend these agents as first line therapy of active CD.
Our advice would be to only buy tickets through official channels and to exercise caution when dealing with secondary agents.