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ped

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(geology)
A naturally formed unit of soil structure.
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Several reports demonstrated progressive rise of PED use among the Iranian population.
Criteria for inclusion in our study were children less than 18 years of age who came to the PED following self-poisoning by pills.
Beyond doctrine, PED plays an important role within the Department of Defense (DOD) intelligence capabilities development.
We included all PED visits by individuals 18 years of age and older during the study period.
Segun revelaron las pruebas post hoc de Bonferroni, los valores de los tres grupos diferian estadisticamente entre si, obteniendo puntuaciones mas elevadas en cualquier factor los adolescentes del PED, seguidos por los adolescentes no-PED activos y quedando en ultimo lugar los adolescentes no-PED inactivos (tabla 4).
It was not established whether they were a result of the PED outbreak or control methods such as "back-feeding" fecal material to piglets.
As can be seen from Figure 1, the PED template RT-PCR amplified fragment of approximately 200 bp.
The concept of a global federated PED enterprise builds upon existing and emerging capabilities where the PED task can be quickly assigned to the most qualified entity to process and analyze the data anywhere, regardless of the sensor, and then pass it on to support any shooter and/or decisionmaker at the right place and time.
The outbreak of PED, which was first detected in the US about a year ago, forced Mexican health authorities to begin testing hog farms in Mexico in the past several months.
Cela signifie que l'utilisation d'appareils et accessoires fonctionnant en emission ou reception Bluetooth et WIFI n'est pas autorisee, et que les PED devront etre totalement eteints si les conditions operationnelles l'exigent.
Sales engineer Randy Colwell states that with Holloway's decades of experience fabricating ASME vessels, the company can also carefully adhere to pressure vessel regulations from Europe, Brazil and all over the world: "Our engineers recognise that PED, ASME, NR-13 and other pressure equipment regulations are critical to safety and performance, so we meticulously follow every requirement for each pressure vessel or tank component we craft.
No longer confined to the sports page, the public trials and accusations of a number of high-profile athletes--including baseball star and current home run record holder Barry Bonds, track and field Olympian Marion Jones, and seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong--have invigorated public discussions regarding PED use, along with larger questions regarding the role of the athlete in modern society.