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Pharmacology Lorazepam, see there.

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Abbreviation for Nursing Interventions Classification.
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As expected, the publication pattern indicated that very little research is being conducted in the area of international standards in developing and newly industrialized countries.
In the Micro Devices HQ, in addition to growth in demand for custom integrated circuits with the recovery of market conditions particularly in newly industrialized countries, demand for contract semiconductor manufacturing also contributed to strong sales.
The indexes for goods which predominantly come from industrialized countries rose sharply; the indexes for goods which predominantly come from the newly industrialized countries rose more moderately.
Growth is expected in Developed and Newly Industrialized countries in APAC wealth management IT spend at CAGR of 5.
The deficit with China increased sharply, as imports from China surged; the deficit with the newly industrialized countries in Asia increased slightly.
As noted earlier, the increased spending in this area has been attracted by host countries' growing energy needs resulting from rapid economic growth in the newly industrialized countries and by the area's potentially large oil and gas reserves.
The dollar was little changed during the quarter against the currencies of the newly industrialized countries in the Far East.
Consumer goods - from China, the newly industrialized countries, and, to a much lesser extent, Mexico - have been the largest contributor to this rise in noncapital imports; consumer goods from Japan have changed little.
From September to December, the dollar depreciated 7 percent on a trade-weighted average basis against the currencies of 10 industrial countries and depreciated 2 percent against the currencies of 22 OECD countries and 4 newly industrialized countries in the Far East.
The dollar was unchanged on a trade-weighted quarterly average basis against the currencies of 10 industrial countries, and it depreciated 1 percent against the currencies of 22 OECD countries and 4 newly industrialized countries in the Far East (table C, chart 1).
7 billion, and dollar assets of other countries, including newly industrialized countries in Asia, increased $4.
Second, continued economic growth, particularly in Europe and among the newly industrialized countries of Asia, provides incentives for multinationals to increase production in those areas in order to benefit from expanding markets.