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Through the newly designed site, Mister Clipping will be able to more effectively provide its wide range of services, which are offered for just a few dollars per image and significantly reduce workloads and project times for clients around the globe.
Clipping and coiling "each have strengths and weaknesses that can be used to decide what is best for each patient," he says.
Just as the VHS era fades to black, press clipping services are moving beyond clippings into a more real-time product.
Remember when a "press clipping service" used real clips?
There's a clipping of a teenage Kelley a ccepting a prize, along with collaborator Ed Gills, for a crude, parodic patriotic number bearing the words YOUR LAND AND MINE, made for a VFW Auxiliary poster contest.
In 1998 and 1999, clipping samples were collected from all plots to obtain a measure of DMY.
While you're at the computer, you can simply slip the clipping into the scanner.
[UKPRwire, Tue Mar 12 2019] Aneurysm clipping is a procedure of accessing the blood vessel directly by performing a craniotomy and placing an aneurysm clip at the base of the aneurysm which cuts it from the blood supply.
Aneurysm clipping is an approach to treat an aneurysm by putting a little metal clasp over the neck of the aneurysm-the base of the lump.
Iowa State University seeks proposals to provide an Automatic Double Clipping System for the Meat Laboratory.
The training managers, Rolf Hillefield of Poly-Clip, Frankfurt and John Grant of Polytech Ltd, provided training on all aspects of the clipping machine, including servicing, preventative daily maintenance schedules and how to keep the machinery in a safe and clean working condition.