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EBM
A pre-determined length of time, or number of visits, in each subject’s or trial participant’s case report form binder.

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(mŏj′ool) [L. modulus, a small unit of measure]
1. In education, a unit of study.
2. In engineering, a structural element used in the design or architecture of a device.
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Upon completion of the module, students will be able to apply these concepts and policies in the preparation and review of reports generated using the Consolidated Acquisition Reporting (CARS) software.
In addition to extra space for components, ExpressCard/54 modules can dissipate more thermal energy than the smaller module, making it a natural choice for higher performance and first generation applications.
Module 2--Personality Characteristics Associated With Drug Abuse, by William Cochran, Ph.
SV Solar's Sol-X2 products are high efficiency, low cost flat plate modules utilizing a unique "internal" concentrator.
The base plate is the support platform for the other modules and drive enclosure.
Module 6--Attitudes Towards People with Disabilities (2-4 hours).
TriQuint developed the modules working closely with Motorola's handset design group as a means to integrate key functions within a single packaged device.
For instance: replacing six discrete modules and 18 SMDs by two integrated front-end modules in a single-band WCDMA application takes board area down from typically 140mm2 to 85mm2, creating space for new phone features, reducing inventory costs and speeding time-to-market.
5mm3 modules integrating a duplexer and Tx interstage filter with a linear power amplifier - each optimized to major global geographic frequency bands.
Conergy has a long-standing relationship with GSS and a strategic partnership in R&D with SV Solar," said Monika Leiner, head of sourcing for the PV Modules Global Technology Team at Conergy AG.
We knew their approach would deliver significant cost savings, but we were pleasantly surprised to see the performance they are getting relative to standard modules.
The new LETO Series Modules are designed to fulfill an increasing range of applications precipitated by an unprecedented growth of the WirelessUSB LP technology," said Mark Morrissey, director of Business Development for Unigen.