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subsite

A subfolder on a website that is subordinate to the domain name. For example, in the URL www.xyz.com/membersonly, MEMBERSONLY is a subsite folder that contains Web pages for members. See subfolder.
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Incidence rates of CRC by anatomic subsite and hazard ratios stratified by sex are presented in Table 3.
Further east, in the Fourth Drove subsite, trial trenches indicate enclosures south of the main drove rather more complex than in the Newark Road subsite.
MyAlbion and related Web pages are cleanly designed, to aid prospective students in the personalization of their MyAlbion subsite.
There will be many new products showcased and demonstrated in the Subsite booths at ICUEE, such as the TK HDD Guidance System.
The nose is an intricate structure, and various subsites contribute to nasal airflow.
The site also includes time-saving software updates for Subsite Electronics products.
Pulse's Application Support subsite provides in-depth information about each application and a step-by-step process that enables the user to create a design and drill down to the specific parts to use for a particular application or requirement.
For this critical task, Precision Underground has upgraded to Subsite TK HDD guidance systems.
The Subsite 90D remote display is designed to receive critical information communicated from the tracking operator during a directional drilling job.
Users with this new site will be able to easily navigate their home country s subsite in its local language through geotracking technology, and clearly illustrates Brand s go-to-market names and services in each region.
The company also manufactures Subsite locating equipment which operates as a separate division within the company.
The Subsite 66TKR reads left-right azimuth data transmitted from a special beacon to report any left or right deviation from the bore's targeted exit point, so the driller can make necessary corrections.