SED


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SED

skin erythema dose; see erythema dose, under dose.

SED

abbreviation for skin erythema dose. See threshold dose.

SED

1. Seriously emotionally disturbed, serious emotional disability/disorder.
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The use of funds will be mutually agreed between Amarantus and SeD Biomed.
In case a Sed traffic officer asks a motorist to go the police station, motorists are urged to follow the instructions as quickly as possible to avoid delays in finalising procedures.
Andreas Stergiou tells us that the relationship between the SED and the KKE was governed more by cool calculations of self-interest than by the spirit of proletarian internationalism.
But TVs using SED technology can come in a slimmer form and use less power than CRT, liquid-crystal-display and plasma-display TVs.
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This relationship represents the first steps in building the CE product offerings for SED International," states Jonathan Elster, SED International's executive vice president.
The most consistent radiologic findings in SED are a dysplastic odontoid process, flattened vertebrae, and small and deformed femoral epiphyses (long-bone metaphyseal involvement is variable).
A number of important points are raised in relation to the concepts and methods which are used in SED evaluation.
In his master-opus "I'm da Guy Dat Found da Lost Chord," Durante would exclaim: "They sed Beethoven wuz crazy
Neque contemplativa propria est hominis vita, sed activa.
The call also will be available as a live, listen-only webcast on the "Investor Relations" section of the SED International website at http://www.
The students protested after jobs in the SED were announced and several students of the department applied for the jobs.