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Audiology A popular term for the shape of the curve in speech discrimination–SD audiometry, related to a defect in retrocochlear cranial nerve VIII, in which SD improves as sound intensity ↑ until a maximum–PBmax is reached, after which SD worsens. See Hearing test.
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According to new research from Cerulli Associates, a Boston-based global analytics firm, retirement rollover contributions reached $321 billion as of year-end 2012.
We continue to see vehicle rollovers involving fire department apparatus, particularly tenders/tankers used for transporting large volumes of water.
Consumers who prefer guidance along the way can find a financial advisor through the Rollover Center who will provide direction in the selection process
Notice 2009-75, which applies to rollover distributions from qualified plans under Secs.
However, when the Tote operated a trifecta bet on each race at Cheltenham last week, a significant rollover boosted the Totesport Gold Cup pool to more than pounds 65,000, and a later carryover helped to produce a pounds 45,000 pool for Saturday's Midlands Grand National.
The two-star Ford Explorer Sport Trac SUV had the highest rollover risk, 34.
The other major installation planned at Talladega was an electromechanical rollover (Fig.
Two GM models -- the Chevrolet Blazer and the GMC Jimmy/Envoy -- were the only two vehicles to get one star, with rollover risks of more than 40% in the event of a crash.
Due to the tax deferred rollover provisions of IRC Sec.
According to statistics there should only be seven rollovers in two years but we have now had over double that.
Such a tax-free rollover is permitted only once a year.