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GAT remains the gold-standard device for the measurement of IOP in the UK and should be the tonometer of choice whenever possible, although non-contact tonometry presents a valid alternative for general screening purposes.
17) The GAT is an ADL-based hand function test which was developed by Dellhag and Bjelle from the more general Grip Function Test by Sollerman.
When Gat moves on to the development of states, he argues that state formation did not increase war's frequency or its lethality.
Meta-analyses of studies of ability grouping have attempted to summarise the effects of different settings on GAT students.
Never-the-less, corneal shape and biomechanics are recognised to affect the accuracy of GAT and its non-contact mimics.
Prices for the new homes at Gat y Mynydd start from pounds 84,995.
DuPont also said that patents relating to Monsanto's Roundup Ready soybeans are invalid and, therefore, are not infringed when Optimum GAT and Roundup Ready traits are "stacked" in soybeans.
You'd have more dealings with Gats away from the field or in meetings.
The team room is empty and Gats gets straight to the point.
Aimed at policy makers in both the health and trade ministries, this volume examines some of the risks and opportunities for population health and human development brought about by GATS specifically, and by the lowering of trade barriers generally.
Teaching assistant Yiota Gats, normally based at Tile Hill Wood School and Language College, Coventry, visited the school for a day to teach the children about the Greek language, history, geography, music and how to do a Greek dance.