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ED3

This is a retired HUGO symbol for what is now designated EDAR.
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For both the final effluent and the residual dyebath wastewater (ED3 and ED4, Table 6), the highest predicted values of La were reached using volumes of wastewater or dye solution near 60 mL, 10 g of peach palm sheath, and wastewater concentrations less than or equal to 11%.
The results of semiquantitative analysis performed by EDX on the decomposition products ED1, ED2, ED3, and ED4 are summarized in Table 5.
Considering the eight speeds analyzed, it can be seen in table 2 that for the variable power the best result was obtained using B5, which did not differ from ED3. Moreover, it is observed that up to ED6 the decrease of the engine power was less than 1%, in relation to B5.
ED3, by including the time of two quarter prior to election shares the responsibility of ED2.
The European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG) and others proposed eliminating the second step proposed in ED3 for testing goodwill impairment because they felt it was unnecessarily complex and costly to implement.
Quark's ED3 approach first defines a specified clinical endpoint and then uncovers critical genes and protein functions that profoundly affect the relevant disease pathways to achieve the desired endpoint.
Most of the experts chose either the fuel or the electricity goal as the primary goal to drive manipulations, with the exception of ED3, who immediately stated the intention (and made subsequent manipulations) to satisfy both goals.
We use compulsory schooling (ED1) as our base or left-out category, two years of lower-level and vocational gymnasium education (ED2), three to four years of theoretical gymnasium or the equivalent (ED3), occupational education that normally requires two years of gymnasium as a prerequisite or alternatively some university education (ED4), and, finally, completion of a university degree (ED5).
* ED3 is a dummy variable that assumes a value of unity for workers who have some one to three years of college education;
Constant -4.2204(**) 0.5574 -1.0420 ln(FE) 1.0141(**) 0.1136 0.0092(b) ln(I) 0.0632(*) 0.0337 1.1E-6(b) ln(SFS) 0.3300(**) 0.0663 0.0337(b) In(AGE) 0.0311 0.0965 0.0002(b) ED1 -0.2030(*) 0.1110 -0.0501 ED3 0.4359(**) 0.0775 0.1076 ED4 0.4811(**) 0.1305 0.1188 RA1 0.4771(**) 0.1057 0.1178 URB1 -0.0448 0.0874 -0.0111 URB3 0.3362(**) 0.0807 0.0830 NE -0.7608(**) 0.1073 -0.1878 MW 0.2469(**) 0.0987 0.0610 SOUTH -0.0409 0.0959 -0.0101 FAT -0.0004(**) 0.0001 -0.0001 CHL -0.0001(**) 0.00004 -0.00003 RS -0.0735 0.1460 -0.0181 AH1 -0.0335 0.0944 -0.0083