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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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Variables historically used to predict prognosis of OSCC include: TNM stage, histopathological grade and to some extent the intra-oral subsite of the lesion.
You can search the whole SharePoint site or limit to any particular subsite, list, or library.
When redesigning its Web site, WisDOT employees teamed up with the agency's research unit to create the 90-page subsite dedicated to research and library issues.
The substrate and subsite specificity of the catalytically active enzyme have been determined.
The Cheltenham 2002 subsite is an excellent resource, boasting previews, features by Simon Holt and Michael Clower, speed ratings and audio interviews.
Much of the project was completed using conventional Subsite electronic tracking equipment; however, a new Subsite grade package did become available before the job was complete and was employed on a portion of the project.
Orientation information on the home page of a subsite should make clear the subsite's identity and purpose, and the relationship of the subsite to the main site.
On the basis of this variation we defined 14 "subsites," 13 across populations A, B, and C, and population D was considered a single subsite.
22,27,42-44) Because of the variability of the distance of insertion for the 60-cm flexible sigmoidoscope, (27,45) two definitions of cancer within reach of the sigmoidoscope were used: (1) All incident cases of colorectal cancer with subsite specified distal to the splenic flexure (ICD 153.
Jeri Lamerton, marketing manager for Subsite Electronics, Perry, OK, said UCT was important in reaching the company's goal of increasing brand awareness in the industry.