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export

to transport, secrete or excrete protein out of the cell.
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In developing standard operating procedures for integrating DEF into the defense acquisition system, DEF Pilot Programs are intended to provide PMs incentives to design in exportability features early to save the program from higher redesign costs later, and to hold out the potential for lower APUCs through economic order quantities from foreign sales.
OLS Regressions of Industry Growth in Value Added on Real Overvaluation Interacted with Sector Exportability Regression (dependent variable is annual average rate of growth of value added in sector i of country j) (a) 1980s Independent variable 8-1 8-2 8-3 Country j degree of -0.
income taxes using the criteria of exportability and efficiency.
Program management is responsible for integrating international acquisition and exportability considerations into the program's Acquisition Strategy at each major milestone or decision point.
One of the important benefits of this agreement will be sharing information in a way that enables SDTC s portfolio companies, those that have successfully demonstrated their technology, to quickly and efficiently transition to EDC as they approach the bankability and exportability stage.
Johnny Rockets is demonstrating the exportability of Americana and the advantage of a flexible business model," continued Sanders.
Gary Macleod, Chief Executive Officer of NIMS (OTCBB:NIMU), announced that the Company received Certificates of Exportability (Section 801(e)(1) of Exportability) from the U.
While it may not make sense for every vehicle application, hybrid propulsion generally offers more power exportability for supporting digital operations.
The new performance reporting from Infopia gives online merchants better visibility into their business with full filtering and exportability of data.
There was much discussion on the barriers of lengthy disclosure and license reviews, as well as exportability constraints.
His continued commitment to furthering the goal of increased exportability of strong encryption, will help to increase the competitive position of U.
This not only provides the interoperability needed to mix and match CBT courses from different vendors, but also the exportability need to "plug and play" CMI systems if desired.