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n an abbreviation for prosthetic valve endocarditis. See endocarditis, infective.
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The painting and workshop, located in Dubai's Jebel Ali, will be used to service not only PVE Cranes' own rental fleet, but also the equipment of external customers.
POE oil was added to one bottle and PVE to the other.
In total, Birmingham City Council handed out pounds 761,467 through PVE between April 2010 and March 2011.
I am so pleased this project has been successful," said DCI Marriott, who has worked with more than 30 projects across the Midlands in the aim of meeting PVE targets.
The provision of PVE in Jordan is intended to achieve a variety of general objectives, such as: inculcating positive attitudes towards manual work and workers, enabling students to acquire practical and applicable skills with economic and social benefits, providing the students with an opportunity to discover their affinities and aptitudes in order to facilitate their selection of prospective careers based on informed and realistic experience s.
Claims that PVE is really a smokescreen for an sophisticated spying operation, with information about innocent Muslims being passed to the security services, would be astonishing if true.
Their Muslim constituents are said not to like PVE because they think the programme stigmatises them.
But PVE isn't going without a final opportunity to get the employer involved.
Since PCA-based classification is a transformation of PCA, it maximizes PVE for a given number of map classes, which is equivalent to minimizing h for a given PVE.
Staphylococcus aureus, including multidrug-resistant strains, and Streptococcus viridans were the most common pathogens in NVE, and Enterococcus faecalis was the most common in PVE (Clin.
It is a time when the Dutch counterpart to the UK's MLC, the PVE, could legitimately claim to need contingency funding to ease some of the changes.