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in Scots procedure, to postpone or adjourn (legal proceedings).
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Each of the 19 DB4 GT Zagato Continuation cars is being built at Aston Martin Works to the highest possible quality using a blend of Sir David Brown-era old world craftsmanship, with the sympathetic application of modern engineering advancements and performance enhancements.
The new model boasts a larger capacity 4.7-liter version of the straight-six cylinder petrol engine found in the DB4 GT Continuation and, in this guise, is producing in excess of 390 bhp.
"These data demonstrate a high rate of 2-year continuation of contraceptive devices in a mixed-payer system suggesting user acceptability and confirming that a majority of users reach the point of cost neutrality as demonstrated previously," Jessica N.
Warfarin is a widely used anti-coagulant used in the prevention of thrombosis and thromboembolism typically associated with a number of cardiovascular diseases including atrial fibrillation (AF), prosthetic valves, deep vein thrombosis (DVT), pulmonary embolisation (PE) and intra-cavity thrombosis.1-3 Increasingly, more and more patients undergoing long-term warfarin therapy require implantation of cardiac rhythm devices (CRDs), with peri-procedural management of anti-coagulation therapy representing a common clinical challenge for all cardiologists during implantation.4 Peri-operative management strategies of patients with long-term anti-coagulation therapy involve continuation and interruption approaches.5 However, the choice of strategy remains controversial.
Some basic steps toward getting a practice continuation plan started may include:
including the outcomes of continuation applications that emerge from
Under the agreement, Rothermere Continuation, a company owned by the Viscount Rothermere, DMGTa[euro](tm)s executive chairman, and his family, will buy The Esmond Harmsworth 1998 Settlementa[euro](tm)s voting stake in DMGT in exchange for A ordinary non-voting shares owned by Rothermere Continuation at an exchange rate of 112.5 A ordinary non-voting shares for every 100 ordinary voting shares.
In chapter three, Hinton also stresses that later authors of the Continuations display "an overt authorial presence not readily perceptible in the earlier Continuations (especially the First Continuation, whose author(s) remain(s) unknown)" (161).
However, what mainly interests us are the relations between the two sequences generated by the predictor-corrector (PC) homotopy continuation method and the damped Newton method, since in actual implementation these two sequences generally deviate somewhat from the continuous paths.
Through the Salary Continuation Plan, QNB will protect its customers and their immediate family in the event of permanent disability, hospitalisation or the accidental loss of life.
The government has recommended continuation of TUFS with an allocation of Rs.
California's approximately 500 continuation high schools are estimated to serve more than 115,000 California high school students each year--a number that approaches almost 10 percent of all high school students and as many as one of every seven high school seniors.