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At present, one third of the population of Kiryat Gat are immigrants from the CIS republics, a significant part of which are former residents of Azerbaijan and the North Caucasus.
GAT offers a portfolio of services at 37 airports throughout the United States, including ramp services, passenger handling, and related ancillary services.
IOP measurements were conducted using the TP (Tono-Pen Avia, Reichert, USA), GAT (Haag-Streit, Switzerland) and NCT (Nidek NT 530, Japan).
The Gat is made to accommodate pellets, darts and corks.
Objective of this study was to compare the IOP measurements with GAT and APT and to gauge the reliability of APT in IOP measurement.
GAT today has 12 Haas models, including seven VF-2 vertical machining centres, two TL-1 toolroom lathes, and one TL-25.
There is conflicting evidence that any correction factor is capable of producing an IOP that is closer to the true IOP than the original GAT measurement (8)
We sought to determine whether the thick cornea of patients with aphakic glaucoma affects the readings of these tonometers compared to GAT.
NTS GAT (General / Subject) results are valid for 2 years.
Preludes et Fugues [is not] an attempt to illustrate the music of Bach, nor translate it into movement, but rather a proposition for a co-existence of structures," Gat wrote in the program notes.
The attack near Kiryat Gat was near the home of a huge Intel factory.