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subclass

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subclass

In programming, to add custom processing to an existing function or subroutine by hooking into the routine at a predefined point and adding additional lines of code.
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Therefore, the language throughout all of subsection (D) shows that the legislature contemplated a larger class of appellants with a subclass of property owners.
Any class, subclass, or individual descriptor scored as 0.25, 0.50, or 0.75 was considered to have some uncertainty.
Univariate and multivariate linear regression of the respective BSIN and SIN IgG subclass measurements against the LC-MS/MS measurements was performed using Rversion 3.4.1.
More detailed analyses could be done by considering a greater number of soil variations within each subclass, or even model each LUC unit.
[GAD.sub.65]-induced cytokine secretion in the patient with best clinical response in the SC group (patient 1) resembled that observed in the LN patients with best response, but in the SC-treated patient, IgG1 was the predominant GADA subclass, and both activated CD4 and CD8 cells were detected.
Serum IgG Subclass Levels among Patients and Controls.
When you create your first character, you're locked into certain subclasses depending on the main class you pick (Dawnblade for Warlock, for example).
The main subclass of these non-metallic stony meteorites (called chondrites as a category) that is thought to have made up Earth is called enstatite chondrites.
The two agents is this subclass are acarbose (Precose) and miglitol (Glyset).
In the Golden Era Superbikes subclass, essentially for 750cc four-strokes, Mike Bampton will be seeking to claw back the narrow lead currently held by Robert Coppock.
Let S be the subclass of A consisting of functions of form (1) which are also univalent in [DELTA].
in [6] introduced a subclass of the p-valent function class U[S.sub.m] (p, q; [alpha], [beta]) consisting of functions f(z) of form (1), which satisfy the following analytic criterion: for all z [member of] U,