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cUMP

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CMT and CUMP showed distinctive peaks at 747 cm [sup]−1 and 1179 cm [sup]−1, respectively, while CMT and CUMT showed peaks at 1508 cm [sup]−1.
Therefore, an interleaved memory layout was employed in the CUMP library to store arrays of multiple precision numbers.
By 1930 it was apparent that CUMP could not maintain its three stations on the Jos Plateau--at Panyam, at Kabwir, and at Boi, north of Kabwir, the location of a third station recently opened by Wedgwood.
Cump's interest in the success of the railroads might be considered less than altruistic; he had been allowed to buy a section of the Union Pacific's Nebraska land grant at 30 per cent of its appraised value.
Cumps, "Improved real-time RT-PCR method for high-throughput measurements using second derivative calculation and double correction," BioTechniques, vol.
(7.) de Geus B, Vandenbulcke G, Int Panis L, Thomas I, Degraeuwe B, Cumps E, et al.
Several studies have been conducted to find out what causes employees not to follow the IT security policies and guidelines (e.g., Siponen, 2000; Wold, 2004; Cumps et al., 2007).
CAPRANICA, L., MINGANTI, C., BILLAT, V., HANGHOI, S., PIACENTINI, M.F., CUMPS, E., MEEUSEN, R., 2005.
Survivors include her husband; two sons, Brian and Daryl, both of Springfield; two daughters, Rachel Bonney of Springfield and Debra Hopkins of Cottage Grove; her parents, Cliff and Ella Sherwood of Dallas; three brothers, Jerry Cumps ton and Ronnie Cumps ton, both of Portland, and Richard Levisee of Post Falls, Idaho; a sister, Judy Farmer, of Lebanon; four grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.
Os responsaveis pela supervisao no estudo de Cumps, Verhagen e Meeusen (2007) foram pesquisadores do estudo.