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Decipher said: "We are reviewing whether a workover may be required to deliver the planned peak production rates from the field.
It's very unusual; it's hard to decipher where the speed comes from.
The collaboration is aimed at implementing genomic tumour profiling using the Decipher assay and GRID software to identify prostate cancer patients on active surveillance who are likely to benefit most from treatment with sipuleucel-T.
Urologic cancer company GenomeDx Biosciences reported on Thursday the receipt of positive medical policy coverage for Decipher Prostate RP and Decipher Prostate Biopsy from Cigna.
The moot recommended that all mother languages should be given national status, Indus script should be deciphered, SLA should be authorised to monitor whether Sindhi was being taught in private schools or not.
A son of Japanese superstar Deep Impact and Mizna (Dubai Millennium), Decipher has won six of 24 starts for trainer Futoshi Kojima who in 2002 win the Japan Cup Dirt (Grade 1) with Eagle Cafe.
Discuss why each time students decipher a sentence, it becomes easier.
However, according to this statement, the correct answers of all 40 maths questions stay in the same place with the method named "decipher"--which still remains as a question mark.
The university is to base its new research centre - the Development and Evaluation of Complex Interventions for Public Health Improvement (Decipher) - at its new site.
2 : to make out the meaning of something not clear <I can't decipher her sloppy handwriting.>
Gifford begins his fascinating study with a quotation from Paul Valery: 'Who will decipher the enigma of this madness?
That is why the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG; Southfield, MI; www.aiag.org) formed a Metrology Interoperability Project Team tasked with developing a common, open-format XML language that can be used across a majority of existing gage equipment, allowing all suppliers and OEMs to use a universal language to decipher measurement data.