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research

[ri′sərch]
(science and technology)
Scientific investigation aimed at discovering and applying new facts, techniques, and natural laws.
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* Angelino Ordonez Lorenzo and Glendy Magdalia Jimenez Velasquez, both of Chester; license applied for on Aug.
French (https://www.insurancejournal.com/news/national/2011/09/13/215355.htm) joined Applied Systems in 2011 from Intergraph Corp., a geospatial and computer-aided design software company.
"In the digital age of insurance, agencies, insurers and MGAs are placing greater focus on front office applications to more effectively automate the selling and marketing processes to both prospects and customers," said Reid French, chief executive officer, Applied Systems.
Applied Cloud is the leading, purpose-built cloud platform designed for the insurance industry, providing reliable and secure delivery of software applications and anytime, anywhere access to business information.
* Added information filtering options with automatic sync to Applied MobileProducer to assist mobile users
The proposed regulations clarify that in the case of deterioration or damage caused by routine wear and tear (where there is no readily discernible "event"), this standard is applied by comparing the value of the property immediately after the expenditure with the property's condition after the last time that the taxpayer corrected the effects of normal wear and tear, or if the taxpayer has not previously corrected the effects of normal wear and tear, the condition of the property when it was placed in service.
NIST provides a force calibration service whereby the response [R.sub.j] of a customer's transducer is measured for each of several applied reference forces [F.sub.j], with the forces applied in a sequence in accordance with an appropriate test method such as ASTM E 74-04 [6].
It's a win-win situation, and the need to invest in applied as well as pure research is important.
The process was initially developed at the Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics of the Siberian Division of the Russian Academy of Science in Novosibirsk in the mid-1980s.
The Applied Endura2 extends PVD processing for future chip generations while also enabling the integration of leading-edge CVD and ALD technologies.
The assertion that applied behavior analysis is the most powerful approach in the treatment of autistic behaviors warrants examination.

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