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During a search, the police noticed the end tag of a wrap of drugs poking from his rear.
It might simply be an end tag that relates to "Logan." Fans will have to head to the theaters to find out.
In effect, the colloidal gold particle replaces the fluorophore from any other DNA or RNA probe as a 5' or 3' end tag. When prepared appropriately and of the right size range, these gold particles exhibit strong optical effects through an effect known as surface plasmon resonance (SPR).
For example, some outside linebackers in a 3-4 defensive scheme could argue their right to receive the higher defensive end tag. NFL franchise tags, which allow each team to keep one prized player who is due to become a free agent, were set this year at $7 million for tight ends and $12.3 million for receivers.
<element-name>) and may have an end tag (e.g.
However, if the end tag is encounter (lines 28-32), an entry is removed from the eleStack.
For each tag, there is a matching end tag. The following is an example:
The purpose, start tag, end tag and other attributes are defined for each tag.
The vendor sends its master tapes to its global television partners, who translate the commercials and provide the appropriate end tag for the viewing audience in each country.
Tags, Elements, XML Structural Constructs: An XML element consists of a start tag, an end tag, and the information between the tags, which is often referred to as the contents.
(Remember that in XML, fields are bracketed with begin and end tags; each tag appears within angle brackets, and the end tag is preceded with the forward slash character.)
MISTAKE # 8 Trying to out-sell the end tag. There are few elements of a DR spot more maligned by TV creatives than the end tag--the type-filled slate that traditionally appears and calls for the order at the very end of a spot.