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The advantages are obvious: The CSH provides exceptional repeatability.
First, all variables included in RISM without covariates were treatment (TRT), time (TIME), and treatment x time interaction (TRTxTIME) for several covariance structures, CS, UN, AR(1), TOEP, CSH, ARH(1), TOEPH and UNR, respectively.
Grains strongly interact at the mesoscale, although hardened CSH will always bear points where a smaller grain can fit in between larger grains.
But the grains within the CSH "are not able to get to equilibrium," or a state of minimum energy, over length scales involving many grains, and this makes the material vulnerable to changes over time, he said.
The cabling time of the SQUICH connector can be 50% quicker than the screw-type connection and 20% quicker than the conventional spring-type connection, and CSH connector inserts can be mated with the corresponding inserts of series CNE, CSE, CCE, CTE, CTSE, CN, CT and CSS.
CSH and Verity compete directly in the Atlanta Area, Georgia banking market.
CSH Investment has under its umbrella a group of hospitals, pharmacies and clinics including CosmeSurge and Emirates Hospital.
The CSH gel was developed in oven for 12 hours at 90 oC followed by drying at 105 oC for 12 hours in an oven.
This study assessed the extent to which school systems met expectations for building CSH partnership capacity.
1) In most patients CSH is a manifestation of an underlying lymphoproliferative disorder.
CSH is an environmental assessment method for rating and certifying the performance of new homes.
The CSH, a national nonprofit organization, has signed a 10-year, 15,293 s/f lease to relocate its New York City headquarters to 61 Broadway in the Financial District.