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inverse second

An obsolete term for a periodic phenomenon or wave occurring in a one-second cycle (h = 6.626 × 10−34 J), either as electricity (herz) or radioactivity (becquerel).
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"We filed an S-1 in the context of exploring the IPO option, and after evaluating both options decided that a listing was the best way to deliver value to our shareholders," the iHeart representative said.
Lyft, however, didn't reveal how much it wants to raise in the IPO but left a placeholder figure of $100 million in its S-1 with the SEC.
Essentially, the team will add the signature of dark matter flowing in S-1 to the existing database, so that future detectors are able to pick up on new streams of dark matter based on existing models.
The company had filed the Form S-1 resale registration statement (S-1) filed on 15 April 2017 and its common stock are now eligible to be sold in the market by certain existing shareholders listed in the registration statement.
Because of the late stage, fluorouracil-base regimens such as S-1 monotherapy or combination chemotherapy were utilized in some studies [19, 31-33, 35, 36], and 5-FU was used to detect chemotherapy sensitivity in all 5 studies.
S-1 is an oral anticancer agent containing tegafur, a prodrug of 5-fluorouracil (5-FU), and two modulators.
Immediately after P's transfer, X, Y and Z, as well as S-1, will transfer substantially all their assets (subject to liabilities) to N, in exchange for additional shares of N common stock (X, Y and Z's transfers and S-1's transfer).
Its S-1 reveals that "customer satisfaction is an element of our executive and employee compensation models," although further specifics weren't revealed.
In a review of fault lines after the Great East Japan Earthquake of March 11, 2011, NISA went through excavation data presented by Hokuriku Electric and came to a conclusion that the research suggests a strong possibility that S-1 may have been active in a relatively recent period.
A research by the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA) shows the fault, named S-1, which runs southeast to northwest within the plant's premises, moved sometime after 130,000 to 120,000 years ago.
For example, previous researchers have reported that as contraction velocity increases, SEMG-AMP can either increase (plateauing at about 3000 s-1) (Coburn et al., 2005) or decrease (Croce & Miller, 2006); and, as muscle force increases, SEMG-PSD can either increase (Karlsson & Gerdle, 2001), decrease (Komi & Viitsalo, 1976), does not show any particular relationship against force (Masuda et al., 2001), or is muscle fiber-type dependent (Bilodeau et al., 2003).
International Resource News-March 7, 2012--CVR Partners LP files registration statement on Form S-1 with US Securities and Exchange Commission(C)1994-2012 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk