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refer

[ri′fər]
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To bring the gunsights on a chosen aiming point without moving an artillery piece which has been laid for direction.
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It is not possible at this time to quantify the payments referable to you as an individual.
Symptoms are referable to the level and duration of serum calcium elevation, although routine biochemical testing has led to an increase in the identification of asymptomatic patients.
Councillors are being invited to defer a decision pending the views of the Environment Agency and Countryside Council for Wales, and to approve the application subject to conditions as long as no referable objections are received.
The ghost-faced bat, referable (Smith, 1972) to the subspecies M.
In this scenario, the management needs a good, strong and logic driven decision making tool which and can serve as easily referable, is common in language, can be applied globally with standard parameters as also is accepted by various independent assessors.
These are all great ways to cultivate your relationship with your clients and will help you become more referable.
One advantage he enjoys is that he has made himself referable.
In this scenario, the management needs a good, strong and logic driven decision making tool which can serve as easily referable, is common in language, can be applied globally with standard parameters as also is accepted by various independent assessors.
The scope of services of the economist will be: a) identification of internationally referable criteria and methods for economic appraisal to be used for assessment, i.
According to Turkish examiner, their choice of a Chinese firm is referable to technological causes as well as cost effectiveness, moreover, the deal alters Turkey to have its own long-range missile defense system for the first time.
In this scenario, the management needs a good, strong and logic-driven decision making tool which and can serve as easily referable, is common in language, can be applied globally with standard parameters as also is accepted by various independent assessors.
With more than 75,000 unique dentists in more than 150,000 referable locations (1), our dental network is one of the largest networks in the country, and we're making it even stronger with the Dental Network Optimization Program by recruiting the right dentists for our business clients and their employees so they can realize these savings.