GARS


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GARS

abbreviation for Gait Assessment Rating Scale.
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Ideally, 300 to 400 patient subjects selected from addiction treatment facilities across the country will be involved in the GARS analysis.
Vaughn for the photograph of spawning gars in Lake Texoma, A.
In addition to gills, gar also have a primitive lung that allows them to live in stagnant waters.
February 5, 2001: Halifax agrees to buy Equitable's assets for pounds 500m, followed by further payments of up to pounds 500m if the society reached a compromise with its GAR policyholders and certain sales targets are met.
This paper describes variation in mass-length relationships of spotted gar from 49 Texas reservoirs (Fig.
Legal action has been threatened because many were kept in the dark about the full extent of the GAR liabilities when they were sold a policy.
Under the compromise deal GARs will get an average increase in the value of their policy of up to 17.
Equitable had been expected to offer GARs an increase of around 20pc of the value of the policy, but this figure is now expected to be lower as non-GAR policyholders are also likely to be entitled to compensation.
5 per cent uplift in exchange for agreeing not to sue the society for not being told about its liabilities and accepting the increase being offered to GARs.
Eight of the seventeen firms we track provide proprietary research but for the most part, firms have reduced their offerings since GARS," said Tracy Cormier, Senior Analyst at Corporate Insight and author of the e-Monitor report.
To be entitled to compensation former non-GARs will have to show both that they were mis-sold their policy, and that they have suffered a loss as a direct result of the GAR liabilities.
GARs will also be able to use their fund to buy an annuity from other pension providers, or to buy other products from the societyl.