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BOARD. This word is used to designate all the magistrates of a city or borough, or all the managers or directors of any institution; as, the board of aldermen; the board of directors of the Bank of North America. The majority of the board have in general the power to perform the acts of the whole board, but sometimes they are restrained by their charters, and it requires a greater number to perform certain acts.

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Taxpayer information and data according to the components can be checked at the IRB's official portal at www.hasil.gov.my (IRB Annual Report) and in the Finance Ministry's media statement at this link.
With this transaction, the portfolio will be significantly deleveraged and IRB will get material equity support for construction completion, enhancing its project execution capabilities and increasing visibility for its EPC and O&M order book.
The IRB was established by the federal government to protect the rights and interests of human subjects participating in scientific research and was authorized by Title II of the National Research Act of 1974 (P.L.
Investigators also contribute to the length oftime needed for the IRB review process by not always providing sufficient information in their research protocols so they can be adequately reviewed.
Connecting the necessity and applicability of the IRB to social and behavioral sciences can be confusing given that IRB regulations were largely developed for the medical sciences and to mitigate the risk of physical harm to individuals.
A first step in determining the need for IRB review is to decide if in fact the proposed project is research and then if it is research involving humans.
Specifically designed for applications involving high capacity production, the IRB 6640 has a payload of up to 235kg, enabling it to handle extremely heavy materials.
The Harvard IRB wanted to put all kinds of restrictions on Sue's work.
IRB considers Uzbekistan as a country with great potential for further development of rugby.
Through its proprietary biotech method which stimulates plant cells to produce high levels of phytoactives (up to 1,000 times greater than traditional means), IRB has uncovered irbic acid, a plant compound with very high collagen-protective activity and greater antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits over other well-known plant molecules.