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[stat]
(nucleonics)
A unit of radioactive disintegration rate equal to the disintegration rate of that quantity of radon that gives rise to a charge of 1 statcoulomb in 1 second when situated in air.
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JAK/ STAT pathways in cytokine signaling and myeloproliferative disorders approaches for targeted therapies.
The launching ceremony included a presentation on the GCC STAT music identity.
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Key stat: Had a 100 per-cent pass completion success last weekend.
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Tournament best: Finalists, 1980 Qualifying record: W7 D2 L1 Qualifying stat: By topping Group B, Belgium - 66th in 2009 - were guaranteed to move to the top of FIFA's world rankings for the first time in their history.
As shown in Table 1, the children's STAT total scores (M = 35.34, SD = 9.09) were significantly and positively related to LI (M = 28.98; SD = 7.59), LMI (M = 30.12, SD = 6.87), and INTI (M = 29.10, SD = 7.15) scores (p < .01).
ENERGY STAT: DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME RESULTS IN A 1-4% INCREASE IN ENERGY USE, ACCORDING TO A NEW STUDY BY TUFTS UNIVERSITY LECTURER MICHAEL DOWNING.
of lives have been saved." Approved August 27, 1888 (25 Stat.