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In air traffic control terminology, it means “That is correct.”
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27, in table 5, the 2016 value for the row label "Either turned down for credit or feared denial (past year)" was corrected to 20.8 percent.
Reference 4 was corrected to "Florea D, Otelea D, Paraschiv S, Fratila M, Streinu-Cercel A.
The research also found that animals that have a hibernation cycle will change their ventilation as their metabolism changes so that as their body temperature drops the temperature corrected pH and PC[o.sub.2] will remain close to normal (e.g.
We also hope the IRS will take note of the DOL's efforts in this regard, and adopt procedures that deem any prohibited transaction corrected in accordance with VFC to be corrected for IRS purposes.
The data bring to light a number of findings on Instructor behavior in FMF and MF SCMC environments which merit further comment: 1) She corrected very little over all and assumed the role of conversational facilitator, 2) When she did correct she chose implicit measures.
An operational failure generally can be corrected by restoring the plan to the position it would have been in had the failure not occurred, including restoring the benefits and rights participants would have had.
This 200% tax may be abated if the transaction is corrected subsequently during a 90-day correction period.
Results from these experiments, which include raw and corrected omega scans from SRM 676 specimens, are shown in Fig.
Both the platelet count increment and the corrected count increment measured 24 hours after transfusion, while statistically lower than those following the transfusion of untreated platelets, were within the typical therapeutic range reported in medical literature for untreated platelets.
But with a skilled and experienced surgeon, 95% to 98% of the time LASIK produces corrected distant vision of 20/40 or better.
If not corrected, many computer applications could fail or create erroneous results by or at the Year 2000.
* providing workable safe harbors and guidance about how failures should be corrected (including a procedure permitting limited retroactive amendments of plan documents to conform to the actual operation of the plan, especially where participants benefit from the plan's operation in a nondiscriminatory fashion); and