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arthrogram

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(medicine)
A roentgenogram of a joint space after injection of radiopaque material.
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More than 50 percent of online transactions are done on cash on delivery method and it is available across 600 cities and towns of India," the joint study pointed out.
Employment in India witnessed an increase to 470 million in 2013 as compared to 323 million in 1991, the ASSOCHAM-Thought Arbitrage joint study on 'Employment Generation and Rebooting India' noted.
A previous joint study by the two schools published in December focused on a broader demographic of people with depression and showed similarly positive results.
The joint study is aimed at developing the capability to analyze data related to economics and maritime affairs and forecast the ocean shipping market and bunker prices with greater accuracy by using artificial intelligence (AI) in cooperation with Professor Tomoharu Nagao of the university's Graduate School of Environment and Information Sciences.
The document provides for a joint study of potential areas of cooperation between the two companies, particularly in hydrocarbons upstream in Russia and Indonesia, marketing and logistics (storage, oil and oil products blending), as well as oil refining in Indonesia," Rosneft said in a statement.
To this effect a Joint Study Agreement between Orion Energy plc and Pakistan Petroleum Limited (PPL) was signed here on Friday which establishes a joint venture to develop the offshore oil and gas potential of Pakistan.
We are doing a joint study with Europe's central bank which brings together European scholars and regulators to examine a broad set of policy and regulatory issues in relation to Islamic finance in Europe," Reuters quotes IFSB secretary-general Jaseem Ahmed as saying.
000 coconut trees in the Governorate of Dhofar and conduct a joint study based on the virtual reality of the plans and studies related to this matter.
Prime Ministers Manmohan Singh and Stephen Harper welcomed the submission of the report of the Joint Study Group to study the feasibility of a Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) on Sunday, saying that it should be seen as an important step in bringing the two economies closer together.
Welcoming the launch of the joint study for a trilateral FTA in May, the three leaders pledged to cooperate to ensure the smooth operation of the joint study, which aims at completing the work by 2012.
Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama asked French President Nicolas Sarkozy on Wednesday to cooperate on launching a joint study toward signing an economic partnership agreement between Japan and the European Union.
MTU and ACAE plan to conduct a joint study to evaluate the establishment of a joint venture aircraft engine company in China.
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