EQR


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EQR

Abbreviation for:
essential quality requirements
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Commitment to Superior Credit Metrics: Fitch expects EQR to operate at or below the lower-end of the company's publicly-communicated updated target leverage range of between 5.5x-6.5x through 2019 despite operating fundamentals continuing to decelerate.
This increase with uncorrected fueling is attributed directly to the higher EQR levels shown in Figure 10.
In the EQR condition, the 19 Ps who answered the OF question "yes" scored significantly above chance (M= 0.78, SD= 1.22), f(18) = 2.79, p = .006, one-tailed, and significantly higher than the 30 Ps who answered it "no" (M= 0.19; SD = 1.01); for the difference, t(47) = 1.83, p = .037, one-tailed.
Apostando na troca de saberes entre EqR e profissionais especialistas, o AM fundamenta-se na ideia de que nenhum especialista, isoladamente, podera assegurar uma abordagem integral a saude.
A statistically significant correlation was detected between water transparency and nutrient concentration in the water column and the EQR of the PCF index (Table 4).
In this section, we evaluate the ERP's performance by comparing it to the following routing protocols: Rumor [5], as a basic query-based routing protocol, and EQR [9], as a new query-based routing protocol.
Fletcher EQR (2012), www.eqr.co.nz/ EM-DAT: The OFDA/CRED International Disaster Database, Universite catholique de Louvain, Brussels,
Tickers featured: AIV, AMT, AVB, BNP.PA, BXP, CPT, EQR, FB, FRT, GGP, KIM, LI.PA, PLD, PSA, SPG, UDR, VNO.
The EQR a quality assurance program for the nutritional supplements industry, identifies and verifies manufacturers with a commitment to quality manufacturing practices.
Regarding "From Eco-Friendly to Eco-Intelligent" by Erica Orange (September-October 2010): The use of an Enviroeconomic Quality Rating (EQR) is one established idea for categorizing products based on environmental impacts.
We included several bank-specific control variables representing proxies for: (1) asset liability management practices--lending to asset (LOANR), investment to asset (INVESTR), and deposit to asset ratios (DEPOSR); (2) bank risk--equity to asset (EQR), and loan loss provision to asset ratios (LLPR); (3) expense preference behavior--non-interest expense to asset ratio (NINEXPR); and (4) bank size--logarithm of total bank asset (LASSET) of individual banks.