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noun breadth, continuance, dimension, distance lengthwise, elongation, expanse, expansion, extensiveness, extent, lengthiness, limit, long-windedness, magnitude, measure, measurement, proportion, range, reach, size, span, stretch
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Trudi Parker, a breast imaging radiologist and Medical Director of CRL Imaging Southdale and CRL Women's Imaging, reports that Stereotactic Biopsies are performed on the same day that the additional diagnostic workup is performed, making it less stressful for the patient.
Multiple CRL units can be positioned along a cartoner's infeed conveyor to enable product from additional sources to be combined, enabling the full speed capacity of the cartoner to be utilised.
Founded in 2000 as a spin-off of ChemBridge Corporation, CRL has now become a center of excellence in high-throughput medicinal chemistry with a particular focus on ultra-fast hit-to-lead libraries.
Karen James, of Ramsdens Solicitors in Huddersfield, said: "The problem is property owners aren't up to speed on CRL.
CRL projects that the cooling housing market, will cause failure rates to rise sharply in many major markets.
The trucks have been purchased by CRL from the Dunfermline-based trailer company Gray & Adams.
Despite those concerns, de Silva says that automatic CRL checking will become more widespread.
CRL is one of the largest single-site laboratories in the country with over 500 employees, a 192,000 plus square foot "campus" and performing millions of samples annually for hundreds of clients.
CRL offers more than 60,000 hardware component products including: architectural railings, all-glass entrance hardware, storefront hardware, exit devices, commercial doors, custom cladding, balanced doors and frameless shower door hardware.
However, loss of CSN function results in loss of CRL activity in cells: an observation which has not been fully explained and is known as the ~CSN paradox~.
The CRL will establish an equivalent level of laboratory practice across the EU.