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calcification

[‚kal·sə·fə′kā·shən]
(geochemistry)
Any process of soil formation in which the soil colloids are saturated to a high degree with exchangeable calcium, thus rendering them relatively immobile and nearly neutral in reaction.
(physiology)
The deposit of calcareous matter within the tissues of the body.
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He said that we are very glad to coordinate with CAC which sets up world's largest agro-chemical trading platform in China every year with most updated policies, products, technologies and market dynamics.
LCCI President said that CAC had broadened its network by exhibiting in Europe, Brazil and other important destination of world.
CAC has recently received an outline suggestion for a joint venture from a member of the Cardiff Blues board and through CAC rugby section, which was been discussed at last night's (Tuesday) CAC Management Committee meeting.
The Methodist team voiced the following concerns related to implementation of the new CAC system:
In adjusted analyses, participants with any CAC had sharply higher risks of CHD events (hazard ratio, 5.
Remember to remove your CAC from your computer when you leave your desk.
The magnitude of CAC progression over the course of 4 years was similar across the baseline risk categories; however, the absolute CAC progression was greater among those with a high CAC at baseline.
CAC has a workforce of some 130 real estate specialists.
O uso da CAC peneirada nao foi viavel tecnicamente, mesmo quando combinada com a FC, devido ao menor crescimento apresentado nesses substratos, quando comparado com a utilizacao da CAC em sua forma integra ou combinada com FC.
They found that CAC was more common in people living in city centres, rather than urban or rural areas.
A systematic review of 9 studies evaluated the relationship between CAC scores and coronary artery disease (CAD) in asymptomatic patientS (TABLE).
As the CAC decisions are reliable for such traffic oriented performance objectives as packet loss, delays, throughput maximization, enforcement of service level agreements (SLA), packet delay jitter etc.