interassociation

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Forth and Endrick took a big step towards regaining Scottish Welfare FA's interassociation Rolls Royce Cup on Sunday with a 6-2 first leg win away at Greenock.
In 2009, the National Athletic Trainers' Association InterAssociation Task Force (NATA-IATF) released preseason heat "acclimatization" guidelines (hereafter, NATA-IATF guidelines) (Casa et al.
| DESPITE bitterly cold weather, the Under-11 ESFA Danone Nations Interassociation Trophy tournament was able to go ahead.
* Lobbying IABD (Interassociation des bibliotheques, archives et centres de documentation, http://www.iabd.fr), asking for a rebalancing of restrictive measures in recent laws regarding copyright in digital context, etc., for the benefit of libraries and public cultural institutions.
The formation of interassociation hydrogen bond is the main reason for the positive deviation of [T.sub.g], from that predicted by Fox equation.
The determination of self-association and interassociation equilibrium constants of H-bond formation has been discussed in detail by Coleman and Painter [33], according to the authors, H-bonds are continually breaking and reforming under the influence of thermal motion, and at any instant there is a distribution of species consisting of free monomers (non-hydrogen-bonded), hydrogen bonded dimers, and hydrogen bonded multimers.
The events - which are part of the Owlette Fuels ANECCC championship, the MSA British Autocross series and the Interassociation championship - are one of the highlights of the North East's autocross calendar.
As a result, the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA), Dallas, has released an interassociation task force consensus statement with recommendations for athletes with sickle cell trait.
To improve these outcomes, an interassociation task force, cochaired by Dr.
Nevertheless, the Fasti, containing its own archival share of transformational mythology, is, like Poly-Olbion, segmentally structured, and its speaker likewise engages in dialogue with multiple voices mapping Roman spaces to illuminate the interassociation of landscape, legend, and the ritual year.
There have been attempts by the map-library community to restructure our collective efforts under the auspices of the Congress of Cartographic Information Specialists (CCIS), an ad hoc interassociation group--including geographers and cartographers--that combined the associations' individual numbers to form a larger lobby and put forward a well-thought-out agenda for the future.
Meanwhile, at interassociation level, the West Midlands League gets under way again with a full set of fixtures tomorrow.