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INDUCTION, eccles. law. The giving a clerk, instituted to a benefice, the actual possession of its temporalties, in the nature of livery of seisin. Ayl. Parerg. 299.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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This is somewhat arbitrary but it ensures that relatively stable numbers are used to scale the snowfall area and population values used to calculate the RSI. Since we are using a relatively large number of storms to compute the mean, it is not necessary to compute new area and population means for each new storm.
Measurements of vibrations rotating with shaft can be performed in the industrial environment providing data and quality information to help to analyze RSI. The measurements in the shaft provide more comprehensive information about the RSI characteristics, condition that makes it an appropriate technique for the monitoring, and detection of impeller-runner behaviour in pump-turbines.
Nineteen (22%) of the 86 patients suffered an AE following RSI. This manifested as haemodynamic instability in 10 (11.6%) patients, tension pneumothoraces in 3 (3.5%), intubation difficulties in 2 (2.3%), low [ETCO.sub.2] in 2 (2.3%), high [ETCO.sub.2] in 1 (1.2%), and an episode of bronchospasm (1.2%).
There are two kinds of RSI. Type 1 is often linked with swelling, deformation and dysfunction, while Type 2 is harder to diagnose but has been linked to intense keyboard and mouse use
In June 2002, Donckers hired Montoya to work for MarketFoods, which is operated by RSI.
Inside, at entrances to facilities such as dining halls, testing centers, and laboratories, the school uses ID3DR hand scanners from RSI. Outside, at entrances to gyms and dormitories, the school uses the more durable ID3DRW model from the same vendor, a model designed to withstand elements such as rain and snow.
Malcolm Darvill, head of the Musculoskeletal Disorders Priority Programme at the Health and Safety Executive, believes it is in employers' best interests to recognise the risks posed by RSI.
Computer keyboards and pointing devices ('mice') require repeated use of the same small muscles of the hands and hence nerves and tendons of the wrists, potentially leading to RSI. Staring into a VDT for hours with the same body position can stress the spine, with repercussions for muscles of the back, shoulders and neck.
"Our goal is to focus on targeted, local support where these customers can communicate directly with highly competent experts," said Dino Ditta, president of RSI. Ian Brown, managing director of PCS, added, "PCS is dedicated to keeping customers and prospects alike apprised of the opportunities they have for improving processes and cost savings utilizing the RSI EDA tools."
(White students attend a private academy not associated with the RSI.) The RSI attempts to increase local capacity to improve math and science education by providing professional development and technical assistance and fostering resource convergence and community engagement.
The TUC are calling on the Government to mount a major campaign in the workplace to prevent back strain and RSI.
Carpal tunnel syndrome and tendonitis are forms of RSI. Surgery, which may alleviate these serious injuries, is generally considered a treatment of last resort, Sarri said.