deblock

deblock

To separate records from a block.
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Vivithanaporn P, Nclles K, DeBlock L, Newman SC, Gill MJ, Power C.
Ministry of Finance of Cyprus deblock the accounts of AvtoVAZ.
The ability to monitor surgical patients' hemoglobin noninvasively and continuously with Masimo technology helps us better manage blood use in the ICU," said Heidi DeBlock, MD, FCCM, and Associate Professor of Surgery Albany Medical Center.
Only SDSM decided to comment on the visit of BDI leader Ali Ahmeti to Brussels, saying that it is positive that a party leader who is part of the Government lobbies to deblock Macedonia's Euro-Atlantic processes.
Thus, the reaction temperature was greatly lower than the usual deblock temperature of blocked isocyanate.
Different stages of picture decoding in command line mode (final, after deblock, before deblock, residual, predicted) can now be saved as YUV files
Johnny Deblock is a family practice physician who also provides obstetrical services.
The first problem being that the EU cannot achieve political strength and implement the Interim Accord which will deblock Macedonia's EU membership while the second problem being that Greece, because of the difficult economic situation, shows nationalistic policy towards Macedonia," stated Casule.
Nichole DeBlock, director of marketing and product development, Nutraceuticals International, Elmwood Park, NJ, said messages from well-established brands seem to resonate with the public.
The eMMA performs all of the complex pre- and post-video processing including deblock, dering, color space conversion, zoom and image scaling in parallel to video encoding and decoding.
patients per year to deblock the diseased coronary artery responsible for angina.
DeBlock, a 20-year IPC veteran, as senior vice president to lead the new Strategic Accounts group.