Table 2 depicts the correlation matrix of the variables at the hospital level: patient volume (total number of DBCs
at a hospital), waiting time, ophthalmologist and hospital quality.
Isn`t it also a fact that they were also used to raise Dollar Bearer Certificate (DBCs
) that formed collateral to a loan amounting to Rs 60 million provided by Hudabiya Engineering Limited, whose Director are members of your family.
In future DBCs
, we plan to conduct short-term studies that examine documents used by students throughout the week to self-report on participation, goals, and progress, which will allow us to better evaluate the success of our DBC
It is obvious that there are only two ways to compute the multiscalar multiplication Q = 7[S.sub.1] + 9[S.sub.2] using DBCs
. The first way is to compute [Q.sub.1], do point double to [Q.sub.3] = 6[S.sub.1] + 8[S.sub.2], and add the point [Q.sub.3] with D = [S.sub.1] + [S.sub.2].
Although he began his shift working in a different area of the facility, he later moved to operate the DBCS
70 that had sorted the letters containing B.
Four of the positive samples were collected on and around DBCS
machine 17, which processed the contaminated letters, and one was from an air supply duct approximately 12 feet above the machine.
There are numerous code pages and encoding systems that handle SBCS and DBCS
. However, if your efforts are concentrated on Internet applications, focus your attention to the systems commonly used in Windows-based applications.
A platoon of soldiers of the 10th Mountain Division in Fort Drum, N.Y., tested the dismounted battle command system, or DBCS
, last summer, and opted to not bring that technology, to Afghanistan, where they were being deployed.
It supports any language provided by Microsoft Windows, including DBCS
(double byte character sets).
This tray was taken from the dock (Figure 1, point A) to a large tray-sorting machine (Figure 1, point B) and then moved to a high-speed envelope-sorting machine known as a delivery bar-code sorter (DBCS
* Explicit liabilities include Special US Dollar bonds, FEBCs, PCBCs and DBCs
Publicly guaranteed instruments include foreign exchange bearer certificates (FEBCs) issued by the Federal Government in exchange for foreign currency deposits (introduced in the early 1980s) and dollar bearer certificates (DBCs
) of 1 year maturity, offered a return of a fraction above LIBOR; DBCs
are no longer issued since November 1994.