phasein

phasein

An obsolete term for a plant protein capable of agglutinating erythrocytes.
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As a result, over time, the integration load will be reduced, both in the project phase as the MCO phaseIn this context, to meet as a group to the needs of national and regional leadership of its network, RTE launches this call for tenders, which consists of 2 lots Lot 1 - Acquisition of a market standard solution unified SCADA oriented electricity and assorted advanced features EMS (setting frequency, optimization, security, .
As a result of the asymmetric starting points of the US and Canadian carriers, a three-year phasein period for US carriers and an immediate entry into the US market for Canadian carriers were negotiated as part of the 1995 US-Canada open skies agreement.
MOC-9(TM)- Flexible measurement expansion through Masimo Open Connect (TM)(MOC-9(TM)) with SedLine brain function monitoring and Phasein (TM) capnography MOC-9 modules from Masimo or third-party measurement byother companies to expand the platform's measurements & capabilities
Masimo Corporation, a provider of non-invasive monitoring technologies, has completed the acquisition of Stockholm, Sweden-based Phasein AB.
Users input data on the relevant variables for their particular application-such as the incumbent technology, quantities, phasein period, prevailing electricity and labor rates, sales tax, installation cost, loan interest rate and rebates-to get a detailed analysis that includes annualized energycost savings, maintenance savings, greenhouse gas reductions and simple payback.
Models with the BBRA or an interaction term of percent Medicare and BBA phasein showed no significance.
The commission has set a four-year phasein period from 2012 when companies will be fined if their fleets exceed an average of 120 grams per kilometre of carbon dioxide.
The Bureau's initial plan called for the production test to be run in five states for a one-year period and be followed by a multiyear phasein of the new design.
Several factors contributed to the expected decline in gross margins, including higher raw materials costs, bad weather that disrupted manufacturing and the slower than expected phasein of the Newton cotton yarn spinning facility, Hansen said.
3) Here I can only illustrate this use with one brief example, the commitment to universal access and the debate about the timetable for the phasein of reform.
Aside from the details of covered services, payment mechanics, phasein rules, etc.