FSSA


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FSSA

Abbreviation for:
Federation of Surgical Specialty Associations
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Following the board meeting the IMF released the FSSA and an accompanying press statement on 8 May.
On comparison with the permissible limits set by WHO (0.3 ppm) and FSSA (2.5 ppm) (Khan et al., 2010), it was found that average concentration of Pb was beyond the limit in onion from Karachi and four other vegetables from Lahore (carrot, potato, bitter gourd and apple gourd).
Soil Depth Optimum property (mm) values pH([H.sub.2]O) 0-150 5.5-7.5 (A) 0-250 P (mg [kg.sup.-1]) 0-150 >12 (B) 0-250 Cu (mg [kg.sup.-1]) 0-150 >0.3 (C) 0-250 Fe (mg [kg.sup.-1]) 0-150 >2.0 (C) 0-250 Mn (mg [kg.sup.-1]) 0-150 >2.5 (C) 0-250 Zn (mg [kg.sup.-1]) 0-150 >0.3-0.5 (C) 0-250 (A) FSSA (2007).
Though it is still too soon to tell for certain, FSSA's work may result in a further-developed and -articulated theoretical standpoint from Deaf people of color.
The study also revealed that a large section of the domestic food industry is unaware of the existence of the Food Safety and Standards Act (FSSA) and its rules.
New cases of arrears had held steady at about 54,000 each quarter since early 2007, the FSSA said.
The content validity of the model and the reliability of the derived measurement scales were tested (as the first consideration) in accordance with the Facet Theory Test that applies the Faceted Smallest Space Analysis (FSSA), as defined by the Facet Theory.
"As part of the FSSA contract, they committed to bringing another 1,000 jobs to the State of Indiana," Fehman says.
However, essentially the same protection for former spouses may be achieved by electing a Former Spouse Survivor Annuity (FSSA), which will pay monthly benefits to a former spouse in the event the employee predeceases the spouse.
Plagued by controversy, an Indiana program that would have provided chaplains to employees of the Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) has been dumped.
PROTECTION Association (FSSA) recently published (410) 931-8100
The IMF's assessment is summarised in an FSSA (Financial System Stability Assessment), which also covers Norway's compliance with these international standards.