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completed

adjective Referring to a clinical trial that is closed, and for which patients are no longer being treated or followed for data collection.
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In June, a Tenet subsidiary completed the sale of Brownsville Medical Center in Brownsville, Texas, to Valley Baptist Health System.
Once this development work has been completed, the mine will be able to extract kimberlite below the 120m level and above the 70m level.
An additional 326,000 square feet will be completed and acquired by RioCan over the next two years such that RioCan's owned interest will be over 500,000 square feet.
The resource estimate completed by Resource Evaluations in May, 2004 was based on a bulk mining approach with no prediction of selectivity achievable within the resource blocks.
An additional 17 drill holes are required in this current program and is expected to be completed by mid May.
Under the simplified marginal impact method, the taxpayer reapplies the PCM using actual costs to all contracts completed or adjusted in a year.
Example: Corporation X is a construction contractor that used the completed contract method for long-term contracts entered into before Mar.
As of the end of the 2005 Andean field season, Falconbridge had completed approximately 45,000 meters of diamond core and reverse circulation rotary drilling in 120 holes on the project.
The Tax Court found the intent and acceptancc rcquirements for a completed gift to be present, with the only issue being whether or not delivery was accomplished.
Results are now available for the chip sampling program completed in the Yangshishan Mabozi, Guanming, Hebienzhai and Bajowa areas.
ONly "long-term" contracts may be accounted for under the completed contract method.
Based on this small study, it appears that sequential therapy with BEXXAR followed by chemotherapy is feasible and has produced a 90 percent complete response rate in those patients who completed all therapy in a difficult-to-treat lymphoma," said Andrew Zelenetz, MD, chief, Lymphoma Service, Department of Medicine, Memorial Sloan- Kettering Cancer Center.

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