boration

boration

[bȯ′rā·shən]
(organic chemistry)
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Contract notice: Provision of Boration of mobile devices to recharge br pools and bk.
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Lucena & Lesage, 2002) (c) Mental health Intersetting Mental health professio- professionals- participation/ nals are asked to families Intersetting determine the extent communication to which a specific barrier limited colla- boration with families (Kaas, Lee, & Peitzman, 2003) (b,c) Health policy Intersetting Members of Congress are researchers- communication/ asked about the Members of Intersetting amount of communication U.
I opt boration for "live and let they live" since Dichtl, In an uncertain environt- 4,20 2,04 Leibold, ment "wait and see" is Koglmayr better than "act" y Muller (1984) I thik that is more sensi- 4,24 1,80 items tive to do the job in the most convenctional way Intena- I thik that firms must try 6,39 1,20 Self-ela- tional to sell in another conun- boration Attitude tries since Dichtl, In the future, the nacional 5,30 1,94 Leibold, market will be insuficient, Koglmayr even for the SMEs y Muller (1984) items Table 2.
McGann's followers would stress that NE was the first version of 'The Yellow Wall-paper' presented to Gilman's contemporary audience for their enjoyment and criticism, by means of a mutually accepted colla boration between author and publisher.
In this paper, I explore socio-institutional dimensions of German-American telecolla boration and the ways in which they may shape foreign language learning and use.
Good relationships appeared to increase groups' sustained colla boration, piqued their publics' interest in the issues at stake, and moved them towards activist goals.
Contract Awarded to Provide the first continuous mobile boration system designed for use at the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station.