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ARS

Abbreviation for acute radiation syndrome.
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ARS offers many growth opportunities for AJ Perri and the combined efforts of the two companies will allow the target to enhance customer services and employee satisfaction, said AJ Perri general manager Kevin Perri.
For more information contact Jan Suszkiw at the USDA ARS (301-504-1630, jan.suszkiw@ars.usda.gov) or visit www.ars.usda.gov.
It is based on a discovery by ARS colleagues in Lubbock, Texas, that each crop has its own preferred temperature range for optimal growth.
In crafting the statements associated with cognitive state anxiety, somatic state anxiety, and state self-confidence, the developers of the ARS used stepwise multiple regression procedures to identify the "best" three items from the CASI-2 to represent each psychological state.
If ARS has a strategic plan, it should be based on proper research, coupled with empirical knowledge of the company and its industry.
ARS Pharmaceuticals is focused on empowering at-risk patients and caregivers to better protect themselves from severe allergic reactions that could lead to anaphylaxis.
These transactions include the acquisition of 100% of US-based Air Rescue Services (ARS), and the formation of a joint venture between Mammoth and Wexford Capital, which purchased Brim Equipment Leasing.
COMMISSION SUPPORTED RATES: The Approved Rate Structure (ARS) adopted by the county commission in 2013 approved annual rate adjustments through final maturity of the warrants (2053).
American Residential Services (ARS), a national provider of air conditioning, heating and plumbing services, recently held a "Can Castle" contest on behalf of food banks in their service areas.
The Agricultural Research Service (ARS) has dedicated significant resources to combating the threat of animal influenza viruses for decades.
In experimental studies, acute restraint stress (ARS) is an emotional stressor that activates various neurochemical, physiological, endocrinological, cognitive, and behavioral responses.