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SCRIP

Cardiology A clinical trial–Stanford Coronary Risk Intervention Project that studied the effect of intensive multiple risk factor reduction on M&M and prevention of new atherosclerotic lesions in Pts with moderate CAD. See Coronary artery disease.
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Scrip Asia 100 identifies some of Asia's most influential companies, organisations and people: Scrip's editors' pick of 'ones to watch'.
Export of labour intensive engineering goods to 110 countries notified under Focus Market Scheme under FTP is eligible for incentive in the form of Duty Credit Scrip at three percent of FOB value of exports, Scindia said.
As of late September, Linardos estimated that nearly 30 Detroit businesses accepted the scrip currency.
According to our fair value the banking scrip offers a downside of 23.
In Vietnam, scrip could be used only on military installations; military personnel spending money on the local economy had to exchange scrip for Vietnamese notes called piasters.
Giant's fundraising scrip program is a great way to support our shared communities," said Giant's e.
The outcome of the federal-provincial debate about the obligation to redeem outstanding Metis scrip is only one aspect of this article.
To get discounts of up to 15 percent, buyers must purchase certificates in huge quantities, making unregulated middleman brokers an essential part of the scrip fundraising equation.
A spokesman for Newcastle United said: "This is the second time we have offered a scrip dividend alternative since flotation; the previous time was in 1999.
Papaschase, his brother, and their families were actually of mixed blood (Cree and European), so were also entitled to be classified as Metis and take scrip (coupons that could be exchanged for land or money) in extinguishment of any claims to other aboriginal rights they might have.
6 million children were enrolled in SCRIP at some point during 2001, "and we've been seeing a steady increase" in enrollment since, said Cindy Mann, a research professor at the Institute for Health Care' Research and Policy at Georgetown University Washington.