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result

1. a number, quantity, or value obtained by solving a mathematical problem
2. US a decision of a legislative body
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That is, if MLC phosphatase was inhibited, the enhanced MLC phosphorylation could be elicited at the same [Ca.sup.2+] concentration, which resulted in hypercontraction.
These factors and the results from the Dupont DMP 006 study showing that etavirenz (Sustiva) was superior to indinavir, resulted in a very rapid shift in how the protease inhibitors were used.
Quantitative factors play a large role in determining the potential misstatement that could have resulted from an existing control deficiency.
Involving the supply chain, key supplier workshops with circuit card manufacturers Kuchera and Group Technologies resulted in 15 percent reductions in circuit card count and electronics cost.
Forest Preserve District of Cook County, 207 FSupp 2d 764 (ND IL 2002) (a Chicago police officer won a sex discrimination suit, only to find that her recovery resulted in her having to pay $99.000 more in taxes than she actually recovered).
* The combination of the blends described here and 2 percent diesel fuel resulted in a mixture that mixed relatively easily and appeared to consolidate well.
The financial constraints caused by years of political rhetoric and budget cuts resulted in schools having large classroom-teacher-pupil ratios as well as large counselor-student ratios.
This survey also resulted in a low response rate (12%) (Wiist & Graham, 2001).
Logging on to www.google.com keying in "best practices" resulted -- in less than 1 second -- in 3,210,000 entries.
During the past twenty years, a combination of changing professional attitudes, the interests of public and private funders, and the growing availability and reliability of reproduction technologies and electronic communication have resulted in a re-evaluation of museum and archival collections.
Even if these two requirements were satisfied, a transfer to a corporation of readily marketable stock or securities that were held for investment (or a transfer to a RIC or a REIT) was not taxable under section 351(e) unless the transfer resulted in "diversification." Under the regulations, a transfer ordinarily results in diversification of the transferors' interests if two or more persons transfer nonidentical assets to a corporation in the exchange.