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initiate

[i′nish·ē‚āt]
(computer science)
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Visible light is a more cytocompatible light source than UV light for initiating the crosslinking of cell-laden hydrogels [5].
A CD34 positive/CD38 negative cell fraction representing 0.1 to 1 percent of the tumor cells possessed all the leukemia initiating activity in the NOD/SCID transplantation model.
Despite best intentions, proactive efforts often are met with challenges in terms of initiating and maintaining productive interprofessional relationships that foster collaboration and personal involvement.
The basis for the lack of emergency care allegation was because of the nursing staff not initiating CPR, despite his father's directive, and an improperly equipped crash cart.
Initiating Intrinsic Motivation in Online Education: Review of the Current State of the Art.
Although this last variable--a mother's impression that her child had kissed--also proved significant for females (hazards ratio, 2.0), four additional maternal factors affected the likelihood of initiating sexual activity between the surveys among adolescent women, and all of these significantly reduced that likelihood.
It also presents an opportune time to review the types of accounting practices that constitute a method of accounting for tax purposes, the general procedures by which a taxpayer may initiate a change in accounting method, certain benefits or consequences of initiating or not initiating a change, and a brief discussion of the new voluntary-method-change guidance.
The arm on the trail-leg side must swing back vigorously and quickly, initiating the touch-down action by causing a quick reaction of the trail-leg, as demonstrated in Photos 3-6 (drive the trail leg through), and bringing the athlete back to the sprinter's posture.
An automated teller machine operator that imposes a fee on a consumer for initiating an electronic fund transfer or a balance inquiry shall:
Today, CIOs, CFOs, CEOs, and other senior managers are initiating knowledge management projects."
This pretty much shuts the door on initiating an ESCON/SAN data transfer from an open systems server, storage or data mover.