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activity level

[‚ak′tiv·əd·ē ′lev·əl]
(computer science)
The value assumed by a structural variable during the solution of a programming problem.
A measure of the number of times that use or modification is made of the information contained in a file.
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(18.) For the conventional analysis concerning the risk of excessive activity levels under negligence and strict liability, see, for example, STEVEN SHAVELL, ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF ACCIDENT LAW 66-71 (1987) [hereinafter SHAVELL, ACCIDENT LAW], who demonstrates the risk of excessive activity under both negligence and strict liability regimes.
Oh, and the drop means our young girls are unique in Europe, where activity levels are rising.
Although one-size-fits-all approaches do not provide enough solutions to improve physical activity levels in the U.S.
Activity levels for all patients were determined preoperatively and at follow-up visits using a weighted activity questionnaire.5 The questionnaire included a listing of activities; frequencies of activity participation per week, month, and year; the amount of time spent on each activity; and a series of patient-related questions regarding activity level, competitiveness, and satisfaction.
Andrew Grant himself said this was a possible indication that the market had "bottomed" in terms of activity levels.
Researcher Dr Nicky Ridgers said: "It is a concern that girls' activity levels are lower than boys and, although it is just one piece in a complex picture, this could be contributing to girls being overweight and obese."
Among these proteins, 11 had different activity levels in both cases--comparing females with males and comparing normal with calorie-restricted diets, the team reports in the July Journal of Proteome Research.
Unfortunately, the prevalence of physical inactivity remains high across most age groups, and physical activity levels of school students drop considerably when they are growing older (Corbin, Pangrazi, & Le-Masurier, 2004; USDHHS, 2000).
Cost of revenues decreased, consistent with lower activity levels, due to lower materials and supplies expenses, including an unfavorable materials mix within RPC's pressure pumping service line, as well as lower fuel costs.
At the beginning of the study, the researchers recorded the physical activity levels of each participant.
The study also found that compared with people who remained inactive, previously inactive folks who boosted their activity levels had a lower risk of death from all causes.
Mean and Median Factor VIII Activity Levels (lU/dL) of 6e13 vg/kg Dose Patient Visit at Year End (N=7) at April 1, 2019 Data Cut (*)