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In radiation oncology the delivery of a large dose of radiation to a tumor in addition to the radiation supplied by an external beam.
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Omar Shahid Butt said that Pakistan total trade with 54 African nations is just a few billion dollars while there is a great potential to boost trade with Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa, Morocco, Algeria, Egypt, Sudan, Tanzania, Ethiopia, and Ghana.
Well, the new adidas Pulseboost HD shoes are aimed at urban runners and feature Boost HD, the latest evolution of the Boost tech.
If Amazon decides to buy Boost Mobile, it would face scrutiny from the Justice Department, due to issues to preserve competition in the wireless market.   
Golding & Company served as exclusive strategic and financial advisor to Boost in this transaction.
Alex Maffeo, founder and chief executive officer of InsurTech startup Boost Insurance, didn't dream of working in insurance when he was a kid.
Hyper Boost works by enabling real-time "two-way dialogs" between applications and system resources.
Boost's key mission is to provide an efficient pathway for insurtech startups and other digital platforms to create innovative insurance programs.
THE BOOST PLATE SCALE ORDER V, VI AND VII 4 A1/2 F:
The Daily Boost is free and all schools and early years settings will receive resources and rewards and access to a bespoke website to log all activity at www.lrsport.org/dailyboost It officially launched on Thursday (June 7) and schools can now sign up for the Daily Boost, by registering their school to receive resources including posters, flyers and classroom wallcharts.
Summary: Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], April 29 (NewsVoir): Boost, one of GSK's leading brands in the health food drinks category, provided an opportunity to young kids to play with Sunil Chhetri as a part of Boost 'Play the Pros' program.