How to land an absolute unit
(or become Elon Musk for a day) - our latest Q&A gets inside the mind of @AdamKoszary as he prepares to leave @TheMERL for pastures new ????
In male cases, the mean L.F normalized unit (L.F.nu), H.F normalized unit (H.F.nu), L.F absolute unit
For saturated fat, low numerate consumers had more favorable evaluations of the product that had a label presented in a percent format compared to an absolute unit
Roberto Bolli, M.D., of the University of Louisville, and Piero Anversa, M.D., of Brigham and Women's Hospital, report that after two years, all patients receiving the stem cell therapy show improvement in heart function, with an overall 12.9 absolute unit
increase in left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF), a standard measure of heart function that shows the amount of blood ejected from the left ventricle during a heartbeat.
He is an absolute unit
! He makes me look like a baby."
total franchise units of about 376,500, actually lost market share even though they both grew in absolute unit
Thereby, he obtained the tool that is suited to study periodic and transient phenomena by means of electric currents; the tool that, after years of perseverance, enabled him to establish irrevocably the laws of the ponderomotive and induction actions, to summarize all phenomena of flowing and static electricity in a single formula, and to introduce the absolute unit
system in the field of electric phenomena.
In the second stage, automation of the material handling, parts feeding and packaging will ensure a path to high-volume manufacturing and lowest absolute unit
While SHDs show the greatest promise for deployment on an absolute unit
basis, their take-up will be primarily in the corporate space, the report said.
The Tesla chief executive shared The Museum of English Rural Life's (MERL) absolute unit
on Twitter on Wednesday, April 17.
But this isn't a slim, sleek new handset - tech fans are describing it as an "absolute unit
" and the "thick boi" of the mobile world.
For this reason, LF and HF values should be given in absolute units
as well as in the normalized unitless form, as recommended by the Task Force of the European Society of Cardiology and the North American Society of Pacing and Electrophysiology (2).