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SRMS

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With the scintillation detector, data were collected using two methods, both of which encompassed the full 20 range available with these instruments and for which the SRMs offer hkl reflections.
According to SFC Watts, a Senior Leader Course (SLC) SGL, the NCOA SRMS "allows us to in-process students more efficiently, get to the training faster, and significantly reduce errors in the reports that we publish.
In addition to these common configurations, some other researchers have tried to focus further on different shapes of rotor or stator structures to improve the applied performance of SRMs [7].
20 -- SRMS Trust run institutions lay significant emphasis on extra-curricular activities as a means to development of potential.
In consequence, we decided to test the effect of age on cancer specific mortality (CSM) in patients with SRMs treated with either partial or radical nephrectomy within the Surveillance Epidemiology and End Results (SEER) database between 2000-2013.
The action has left millions of residents of the port city helpless as the only other alternative - the Sindh Rescue and Medical Services (SRMS) - operated jointly by the Aman Foundation and the Sindh government, simply cannot cope with the high volume of emergency calls.
SRMs with a chemical makeup similar to the foods being analyzed are so important to research that Wolf has taken a lead in coordinating their development.
The economic impact study calculated benefits from NIST sulfur in fossil fuel SRMs to the coal and fuel extraction, processing and transportation industries, utilities and other industries that burn fossil fuels.
Mr Byrne bitterly observed tonight that both countries had blocked Commission initiatives on the issue for nearly four years, caving in only very recently to join the rest in filtering out SRMs.
Several of these SRMs swept the servers and pinpointed more gigabytes of wasted space than Garofalo thought he had.
Danish scientists studied 181 women who had suffered secondary recurrent miscarriages (SRMs) between 1986 and 2000.