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ETS

(Eye Tracking System) See eye tracking.
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The proposals announced today will provide businesses with the clarity they need about the direction of the ETS.
In a recent pair of studies, we found that perinatal ETS exposure in rhesus monkeys elicits alterations in cell signaling in the developing brain akin to those identified for nicotine administration in rodents, including the up-regulation of nicotinic cholinergic receptors, a characteristic of chronic nicotineinduced neuronal stimulation (Slotkin et al.
The systems interface provides tax departments with the ability to leverage ownership and other entity attribute information from CORPTAX ETS directly into the ETS Visual Org system.
In the Nordic region, that last and most expensive part of the production cost base--oil/coal and gas--is also the part that will come under the new ETS rules and be subject to emissions charges.
The findings provide further evidence that women, especially women with asthma, should avoid ETS, said Dr.
ETS already handles the SAT 1 and the state's high school exit exam.
Lemann reveals here that ETS administered the tests on which Coleman based his conclusions and that ETS analysts largely rejected Coleman's interpretation of the results.
What we knew about ETS comes mainly from one source: the EPA's official risk assessment, "Respiratory Health Effects of Passive Smoking: Lung Cancer and Other Disorders.
In order to neutralize annual irregularities in CO2-emission levels that may occur due to extreme weather events (such as harsh winters or very hot summers), emission allowances for any plant operator subject to the EU ETS are given out for a sequence of several years at once.
The ETS Stealth buses will run on various ETS routes across the city, travelling with regularly scheduled buses in service and for special events.
In an earlier study of the same cohort, the investigators reported a dose--response relationship between ETS exposure and risk of early pregnancy loss.
Snowline began its journey by investing in IDMS and, in the spring of 2003, hired an ETS Pulliam facilitator to oversee the FOS[TM] implementation process.