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Second, amended Rule 45 incorporates the provisions of new Rule 26(b)(2)(B) and permits nonparties to resist producing electronically stored information that is "not reasonably accessible because of undue burden or cost." If a court orders production of the electronically stored information anyway--because, for example, the information is available from no other source--then the court "may specify conditions for the discovery," which could, presumably, include cost shifting as well.
Outbreak of Klebsiella pneumoniae producing a new carbapenem-hydrolyzing class A beta-lactamase, KPC-3, in a New York medical center.
Critics say that the current method of producing ethanol uses more energy (in equipment, fossil fuel, and land) than it creates (in fuel).
Deox--Aluminum in the form of various shapes, such as shot, cones, stars or pyramids, that are important in the steelmaking process as they remove excess oxygen from the molten steel, producing a stronger finished product.
Guayule is not only normally a tetraploid (although diploids, polyhaploids, triploids and octaploids all spontaneously occur), but it is also a facultative apomictic producing a mixture of seed types depending upon environmental conditions (ref.
Producing screenable PSAs has been considered as a solution to the stickies problem in paper recycling.
In 2002 Kirin made use of a proprietary human artificial chromosome vector to introduce human antibody genes into bovine cells and, using Hematech's technology, created cows capable of producing human antibody proteins and bovine antibody proteins.
The discrepancy for electrons that backscatter with more than 50 % of their incident energy may be caused by these higher energy electrons having a greater probability of producing at least one photoelectron in a veto detector.
It is the nation's largest independent computer book publisher, producing computer books for novices to experts.
Jacobo Weizemblut, chief administrator of the Azucarera Yojoa sugar factory in San Pedro Sula, Honduras' second-largest city, says the outlook of producing biomass fuels in the country is looking up thanks to the cleanliness of the process.
It might only employ 100 people who will be producing just 5,000 engines a year between them when fully ramped up, but the psychological impact is massive, coming as it does at a time when so much else in the country is in doubt.