Aggressive Placement

A donor organ placement philosophy adopted by a particular organ procurement organization when the donor organ nears its maximum ischemic time, after which point the organ would be wasted/untransplantable.
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The company's goals are directed toward an aggressive placement of kiosk units resulting in substantial earnings.
The hedge fund's orders and Brokaw's aggressive placement of those sell orders continued for three trading days.
Bayer's aggressive placement of drug targets into high throughput screening reflects their commitment to our alliance and to the development of important, new pharmaceutical products," said Mark Levin, chief executive officer of Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
IKON's aggressive placement of products such as the IKON CPP 500, coupled with its unparalleled service expertise, has enabled us to meet our mutual goal of putting affordable color at customers' fingertips while expanding the market reach of our products through IKON.
Lewis Meyer, President and CEO of Imatron, said, "Imatron Japan's aggressive placement of ten additional Ultrafast CT(R) scanners reflects our continuing strong presence in Japan, the second largest medical market in the world.
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