primary phase

primary phase

[′prī‚mer·ē ′fāz]
(thermodynamics)
The only crystalline phase capable of existing in equilibrium with a given liquid.
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Contract notice: LAT Primary Phase Catering Tender.
Selumetinib is a MEK inhibitor in late-stage development, with a primary Phase 3 program in second-line KRAS-mutant advanced non-small cell lung cancer in combination with docetaxel.
Marc Ashford from Now Education said: "In the current economic climate, it is essential that children in the primary phase begin to develop the skills and attitudes necessary to become enterprising adults.
The commissioner on Thursday said repair of the primary phase started near Dong in Ajoung payam, covering a distance of 20km, with major focus on the broken portions.
For each neighborhood, the cost of the primary phase is around $11,000.
It says: "Despite a growing shortage of school places, particularly in the primary phase, and a looming teacher recruitment and retention crisis, the coalition Government has prioritised funding for its ideologically-driven academies and free schools programme.
The majority of the 255,208 students in Dubai private schools are in the primary phase (107,528).
Science highlights from the primary phase will include a full panoramic view of the landing site, including a section in 3D, high-resolution images of the surface immediately underneath the lander, on-the-spot analysis of the composition of the comet's surface materials, and a drill that will take samples from a depth of 23 cm and feed them to an onboard laboratory for analysis.
The capacity of the amalgamated school would be 1,361, with 210 places allocated to the primary phase and 1,151 to the secondary phase.
She points out that science is mostly taught by non-specialists in primary schools, and the amount of time devoted to it in the primary phase has declined in recent years.
According to one of the primary phase of the system is highly basic CF, which reacts with calcium oxide goes into [C.

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