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u·til·i·ty

(yū-til'i-tē),
In biomedical ethics and clinical decision analysis, the satisfaction or economic advantage gained from the outcome that results from a particular decision.
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In two-dimensional UTE MRI, the half pulse excitation is sensitive to gradient imperfections, such as eddy current distortions, that cause errors in the slice profile.
"And, added to all this, the council is very receptive to events and new ideas." The UTE route: From the Royal Mile, the route heads into Holyrood Park and then on to Radical Road, passing the Commonwealth Pool and then to the Innocent Railway Tunnel.
Caption: Figure 1: ROIs of Achilles tendon on sagittal UTE image acquired at TE = 0.032 ms.
he he They gave me the keys of this $100,000 ute and when I told them about the licence as I left they nearly killed me
Comet argues that "they and their parents have bought the mantm: Go to university, get degree, then get a white-collar career." He thinks some univerrity students would 'be more content--rmd more prosperous--working in practical hand-on jobs like Ute and Gerhardt, who.
Lawyer Wayne Jones said the ute Jacobsen was driving had tyres that were more suited to off-road driving and did not perform well in the wet weather.
"Readers can commit now to take part, either getting their efforts sponsored or making donations on the day for our really worthy nominated charities," said Ute.
** LEWIS, Mitch (text) Nahum Ziersch (illus.) Little Red Ute Visits the Farm ISBN 9781862918528 SCIS 1467563; Little Red Ute and the Dump Truck ISBN 9781862918771 SCIS 1467566 Omnibus, 2010 unpaged $9.99 pbk
Ute Franke, Deputy Director of the Museum of Islamic Art in Berlin.