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In computed tomography, when data from a series of contiguous transverse scan images are recombined to produce images in a different plane, such as sagittal or coronal.
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I have successfully put off that reformat job for months and now that the notebook is here, the desktop's Windows XP seems to know it's going to be wiped out and has decided to behave.
There is, however, at least one Republican senator who joins the Democrats in opposing tort reformat the national level.
The bank's customers should be motivated by the prepareonce-report-many efficiency of XBRL financial documents; they can reformat and subsequently submit that same documents to other institutions.
It also can analyze, standardize and reformat user-defined information, such as e-mail address, product number, telephone number, or tax ID number.
A common misconception is that the data deleted either through the Microsoft Windows Recycle Bin or through a complete disk reformat is permanently gone.
The Code Red worm takes advantage of a buffer overrun vulnerability, discovered last month, allowing the attacker to gain control over an affected server and deface websites, orchestrate denial of service attacks, reformat hard drives or perform other illegal acts.
Our website <> has documents that you are welcome to download and reformat for your own use.
"We are all doing our best to reformat and to correct, where possible, international addresses.
A user can modify the ate range and output options after executing the query, using the reformat button above the data output table.
The program also features smart object technology, which offers significant time-saving benefits because the enhanced 3-D modeling can be performed on-the-fly, thereby reducing the time it takes to reformat the presentation.
With these few simple formulas, Excel can extract information or reformat data so the spreadsheet can read them.