double circulation


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double circulation

[¦dəb·əl sər·kyə′lā·shən]
(physiology)
A circulatory system in which blood flows through two separate circuits, as pulmonary and systemic.
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In the case of amelanotic melanoma or large melanoma that has broken through BruclTs membrane, the double circulation sign is noted (Figure 6).
Many enterprises confuse the end of the transition period and the end on double circulation of national currencies and the Euro, believing this second period will expire on 30 June 2002, when in reality, co-existence will last a maximum of just eight weeks.Third quarter of 2001.The Commission's latest paper steers clear of provisions already contained in national plans for the changeover to the Euro.
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Euro.The majority of Member States participating in the Euro (all EU Member States except for Denmark, Greece, Sweden and the United Kingdom) have agreed to reduce the period of double circulation to an average of no more than two months.
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It also highlights the need to encourage double price marking in national currencies and Euros and strongly recommends greater efforts to coordinate the communication efforts of the various circles involved.Duration of double circulation.Member States have failed to reach a consensus on a "Big Bang", i.e.
The scenario for the final transition to the single currency provides for a maximum six-month period (January 1 to June 30) for double circulation of national currencies and Euro notes and coins.
Finally, regarding the duration of the period of double circulation (of the Euro and national currencies), Eurochambres insists it should be as short as possible: a maximum of five weeks should suffice.