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An analytical technique used to assay blood lead content.
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Table: Asia/Pacific (Including Japan) Color Laser Printer Shipments, Value of Shipments, and ASV by Vendor, 2010-2012
ASVs will be provided to DRS Technologies, the prime contractor for the Armored Knight responsible for the integration of the sensor and Mission Equipment Package.
A simultaneous webcast of a conference call with analysts and institutional investors covering the facts and merits of the ASV transaction will be held today at 1:00 p.
reviewed the laboratory procedures of ASV production at the Institute of Biochemistry, University of Sindh, Jamshoro.
5 percent absolute increased risk of cardiovascular mortality for those patients in the trial who received ASV therapy per year compared to those in the control group.
Because many military police are unfamiliar with the capabilities and operation of the ASV, the Guardians developed an ASV training program that focuses on the shoot, move, and communicate aspects of ASV operation.
While the state's Health Minister Rajendra Rathore has promised action, people continue to suffer due to ASV shortage.
Intellivent-ASV (Hamilton Medical, Switzerland) is a recently released development of ASV that automatically adjusts both ventilation and oxygenation parameters.
ASV chief executive David Beattie said of the award by Quest - the most prestigious quality scheme for the leisure industry in the UK: "It's a great honour and demonstrates the standard of facility we strive to deliver.
The letters ASV should've been placed in front of the chassis number, not after the model number.
The compact equipment line includes both Terex-branded compact track loaders, featuring the ASV patented PosiTrack undercarriage technology, including compact excavators, compact wheel loaders, site dumpers, tractor loader backhoes, light towers, telehandlers, power buggies, and tandem asphalt rollers.
The trials are based on the Advanced Safety Vehicle (ASV) Promotion Plan that was introduced by Japan's Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transportation (MLIT) to promote the development, practical application and wider use of ASV technologies aimed at reducing the number of traffic accidents.