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The upper part is characterized by higher energy sediments with reworked fossils, closely packed together displaying a shift toward shoreface, representing a depositional setting of tidal flat environment.
In addition to more extensively characterizing two previously identified classes of somatic mutations in iPSCs--clonal mutations derived from the parental cell and copy-number alterations (duplications or deletions of larger portions of a chromosome)--the researchers discovered and characterized two new classes: mutations caused by ultraviolet radiation damage in the parental cell and subclonal mutations that were not present in the parental cell and occurred during iPSC reprogramming.
IID estimates that for the current fiscal year as of June 30, 2015, approximately 34 percent of each distribution is characterized as net investment income, 5 percent is characterized as short-term capital gain and 61 percent is characterized as return of capital.
ONE MORE THAN THE LARGEST NUMBER THAT CAN BE CHARACTERIZED IN ONE HUNDRED SPACES OR FEWER That message characterizes M+I, requiring only 89 spaces.
Occasional labored breathing is characterized by episodic bursts of harsh, difficult or wearing respirations.
Several powder samples were characterized by a grape candy flavor, and these contained unique volatiles, including 2,2,6-trimethylclyclohexanone.
* Anxiety disorder, characterized by worrying excessively about life issues or day-to-day concerns on the majority of days for at least six months.
Two other circuits, as well as numerous Tax Court rulings, have applied this doctrine in lottery sales cases and have consistently held that a lump-sum payment in exchange for future installments of lottery winnings is properly characterized as ordinary income; see Lattera, 437 F3d 399 (3d Cir.
The book begins with an introduction to the theology of Baptist confessions of faith, addressing similarities and differences in the Calvinist and Arminian theologies that characterized early Baptist life and moved through later confessions, including the multiple revisions of the Baptist Faith and Message of the Southern Baptist Convention.
The FBI characterized the QED data as "extremely sensitive."
Grade I noninflammatory acne is characterized by open comedones (blackheads) and closed comedones (whiteheads).
Among the elements within the common wood preservatives, arsenic is characterized by the strictest regulatory standards, chromium and copper are the next strictest, followed by boron and zinc.