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Data loss may result from system component failure or unplanned catastrophe.
Slag penetration of a refractory cross section can result from a low-density refractory.
Future net taxable amounts may result from (a) dividends, (b) liquidation of investee, or (c) sale of the investment.
Intelligent Results' approach, platform and applications result from 20 years experience that began in the national labs.
This decrease in expenditures is expected to result from reduced clinical activity during fiscal 2006 as compared to fiscal 2005, as the MATCHED study is complete and MEND-CABG will be complete following the reporting of POD 90 results.