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SDS

(company)

SDS

(tool)
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The investment contract is the comprehensive technology cooperation of Samsung SDS & CMC.
I have tried extra-heavyweight bullets with ultra-high SDs, including the 250-grain .308, 275gain .338, and, 350-grain .375.
SDS has to prepare for the upcoming elections, he said.
Inclusion criteria were as follows: (1) diagnosis of SGA (Birth weight and/or length < -2 SDS), (2) treatment with recombinant human GH (rGH), given continuously on a daily basis during at least 3 years when treatment started before puberty and at least 2 years when started near the onset of puberty, (3) breast stage <B3 for girls and a testicular volume < 10 ml for boys at the start of GH therapy, and (4) achievement of AH, defined as a height velocity < 2 cm/year.
Any two compatible data objects in an SDS constraint cannot be incompatible in any other SDS constraint and vice versa.
Now we can find how many of our SDs are in that 15 mg/dL (15/3 = 5 of our SDs).
It is well known that sodium n-dodecyl sulfate (SDS), is an amphipathic anionic surfactant, employed widely in protein biochemistry for its powerful dissociation and solubilization properties.
Small-angle neutron scattering (SANS) studies from sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) micelles in water were conducted using mixtures of deuterated and non-deuterated surfactant molecules as well as end-deuterated molecules.
In the most innovative chapter, Barber shows that whiteness also hampered SDS in understanding the Vietnam War.
During Session 1, members of the group introduced themselves, received information about confidentiality, and completed the SDS:CE.
The Means and SDs for the PDT scores of this Senior Group simulated closely the Norm Group described for the PDT construction.
With over 100,000 members in college and university chapters, Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) was the largest and most significant of the 1960s New Left organizations in the United States.