very low

very low

A height below 500 ft. In some definitions, the heights below 300 ft are considered very low heights.
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Typically, and especially in our culture, a TP with a high ROA is considered problematic and a TP with a very low ROA is considered a success.
Among women receiving combination therapy, however, users of protease inhibitors may be more likely than nonusers to have a very low birth weight infant (odds ratio, 3.
Here, the network break-up is so severe that it does not reform between deformation cycles and the energy dissipated is very low.
Furthermore, the two GSEs must purchase a set dollar amount of mortgages extended to families who reside in low-income areas or who have very low incomes.
Using similar data, the authors also conclude that, between 1973 and 1983, "births of infants with moderately low birthweights decreased more among whites than among blacks, whereas births of infants with very low birthweights increased among blacks and decreased among whites.
The AD8500 utilizes advanced design techniques to offer very low supply current and excellent offset performance.
Infants conceived with the use of assisted reproductive technology (ART) are more likely than infants in the general population to have low or very low birth weight, a large population-based study reveals.
To extend battery life, amplifiers must offer very low operating and standby power, low-voltage operation, and rail-to-rail outputs.
They also conclude that it is likely that "men who had very low birth weight will lag behind their normal-birth-weight peers in their ultimate educational and occupational achievement.
In both diabetics and non-diabetics, the OTTIS(TM) Ice Cream performed as a very low glycemic food (21 GI) with a low glycemic load (1.
With its very low Qgd, the new FDS6294 provides excellent performance in high-frequency, narrow duty cycle switching applications.
NASDAQ: MCHP), a leading provider of microcontroller and analog semiconductors, today announced a Low Dropout Regulator (LDO), stable with ceramic capacitors, that operates at a very low supply current.

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