assistor


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assistor

(ă-sis′tŏr)
A ventilation system in which the patient initiates inspiration.
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Prior to his current assignment, he served as the Mobilization and Information Operations Officer for the 32nd Separate Infantry Brigade and a Unit Assistor for the 1-338th Training Support Battalion out of Fort McCoy, Wisconsin.
Our partner throughout the training process was the 3d Battalion, 315th Regiment (Training Support) (3/315th) which assumed the role of unit assistor during the mobilization process.
In addition, by calling (800) 294-2723, taxpayers or tax advisers can speak to an IRS assistor in the EITC certification pilot, who can discuss the Service's decision on the taxpayer's EITC claim and residency documentation.
Compared to 2005 through 2007, IRS reduced its goal for assistor answered calls in 2009 and set its 2010 goal at 71 percent.
Prior to his current assignment, he served as the Mobilization and Information Operations Officer for 32nd SIB and a Unit Assistor for 1-338th Training Support Battalion out of Fort McCoy, Wisconsin.
5) According to IRS, its assistors answered 3 million calls from taxpayers needing authentication to file electronically, nearly 10 percent of all assistor calls, at a cost of $36 million through June 2009.
Prior to this, he served as the Mobilization and Information Operations Officer for 32nd SIB and a Unit Assistor for 1-338th Training Support Battalion out of Fort McCoy, Wisconsin.
1959 - Assistor 640, the first pressure controlled ventilator
By pointing the Web Services Assistor in Magic eDeveloper to the Yellow Transportation URL, Logistics Technologies was able to read the Web services Description Language (WSDL) and automatically pull parameters into an application where functionality could be extended.
Despite reallocating staff from collections work to answering stimulus-related calls, the percent of callers waiting to speak with an assistor who got through has declined markedly to 39 percent for the week ending May 24 compared to 80 percent for the same week last year.
Magic eDeveloper enables developers to directly access and manipulate Extensible Markup Language (XML) data and instantly assemble Web Services utilizing its new Web Services Assistor for Web Services Description Language (WSDL) operations.
For example, IRS is expecting its assistor level of service to drop to as low as 74 percent compared to its goal of 82 percent.