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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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On Tuesday, Boosted announced its new lineup of electric skateboards which is composed of the Boosted Mini S, Boosted Mini X, Boosted Plus and Boosted Stealth.
Even if these so called base-learners individually only slightly outperform random guessing, the ensemble solution can often be boosted to a perfect classification [16].
POWER: 780bhp last year reduced to 620bhp by changes but boosted to 840bhp with hybrid input.
Initial data on boosted PIs came from studies of dual therapy with ritonavir and saquinavir at therapeutic doses that demonstrated that this was an effective and durable alternative for maintaining viral suppression when given alone or with one or two NRTIs [4].
Several airlines have boosted surcharges on trans-Atlantic flights to help offset the soaring cost of jet fuel.
By adding another planetary gear set, along with two clutches, torque is boosted at lower speeds.
Companies such as Voyageur Airways are growing, having boosted their workforce from 250 to 300 within the last year including adding more aircraft engineers from other parts of Canada.
Four months after treatment, people getting marrow cells had boosted their pumping rate to 54 percent of normal levels, whereas individuals in the other group had risen to 50 percent, Schachinger reports.
These volunteers had a background regimen of approved drugs (NRTIs, NNRTIs, and/or Fuzeon [enfuvirtide, also known as T-20]) designed for them based on genotypic resistance tests, and then were randomized to receive with it boosted tipranavir or with a comparator boosted protease inhibitor.
That development-to be called JFK Corporate Square- was boosted by the news that the Metropolitan Transit Authority will anchor the project.
With a bonus and salary hike, Whirlpool boosted Periquito's compensation from US$207,000 to a sweet $1.2 million.
China boosted its import total from $375 million to $609 million, ranking second behind Taiwan as the major source of miscellaneous rubber or plastics products for the United States.