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In patients with a delayed derived injury, the clinical manifestations occur several weeks or months after the primary fracture.
The purpose of this article is to present a relatively small set of examples illustrating the three types of derived palindromes described above.
When the ratios of exchangeable cations were calculated, the ratio of divalent cations to monowalent cations is higher in the schist derived Hira soil than the basalt derived Bidar soil and is lowest in the limestone derived Shahabad soil (Table 4).
Conversely, a minority discount, or discount for lack of control, could be applied when you are requesting the appraiser to value a non-controlling portion of the company, and the initial value is derived from comparison to controlling interests.
While DPGR generally do not include gross receipts derived from services (except for certain construction, engineering and architectural services), the gross receipts of certain services may be included in DPGR under Notice 2005-14, Section 4.
Circulating vaccine--derived poliovirus is unlikely in this event, as we found no evidence of recombination with other nonpolio enterovirus, high oral polio vaccine coverage in the community, and no vaccine derived poliovirus in other children.
The Codex Alimentarius Commission at its twenty-sixth session in 2003 adopted overarching principles on the risk analysis of foods derived from modern biotechnology and guidelines for food safety assessment of foods derived from recombinant--DNA micro-organisms.
DPGR includes those gross receipts derived from three broad categories:
Researchers have long known that immune cells derived from bone marrow provoke an infection-stopping inflammatory response in skin wounds.
In April, the European Union's latest set of regulations dealing with foods derived from genetically modified (GM) sources took effect.
When derived from the plant Artemisia annua, artemisinin costs about $1.