GPR


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GPR

Abbreviation for:
G protein-coupled receptor
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It works well in clay soils, where GPR is not effective, but it is quite time consuming.
Brand awareness, purchase, timing, and current use of 10 GPR card brands
Median annual GPR for individual meter/recovery garden properties in the survey was $10,370 ($864 per month) versus $10,175 ($848 per month) in 2012 and $9,695 ($808 per month) in 2011.
Through the years, GPR has always put special emphasis on addressing the needs, concerns and rights of the disadvantaged both in U.
GPR is also used for geological testing and finding the composition of sub-soils.
A typical feature of this material is a strong internal lineation with conductive minerals oriented along it, which can be mixed in GPR results with fracturing.
Ofcom Issues PipeHawk with GPR Radio Operating Licences
Aound-the-clock GPR reporting has described GPR epidemiology and enhanced rapid communication with clinical laboratories.
GPR performs on copy paper, recycled corrugated, LDPE, HDPE, glass, painted metal, and other substrates.
The radar, or GPR, transmits ultra high-frequency radio impulses into the ground that are reflected back by buried objects or differences in rock density to form a digital image on a screen, without any physical disturbance of the site.