clearance rate


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clearance rate

removal of biochemical substances from blood, measured in mL/min
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Auctioneer Murray Rainnie led the sale of Limousin bulls, which achieved the highest average of PS5814, up PS712 on the year with a clearance rate of 81 per cent for 62 bulls sold.
Police blame repeat offenders using illegal guns and a falling clearance rate, with (http://www.
Trade for both Flat and National Hunt yearlings was strong at Arqana, with increases of four per cent and eight per cent in that sector, although the market for National Hunt stores was more selective, with takings down 23 per cent and their clearance rate plummeting to 62 per cent from 82 per cent.
9 per cent clearance rate of serious crimes in the emirate in the past five years, a top officer has said.
A number of studies on clearance rate of different bivalve species as a function of current velocities have given different results (e.
In the face and scalp studies, the complete clearance rates were 37% and 47%, vs.
Because clearance rate data did not meet assumptions of normality or equal variance even after transformation, we could not analyze them using two-way ANOVA as we had planned.
Both cities also recorded very impressive jumps in the latest weekend clearance rates.
Renal clearance rate is the rate at which blood is cleared completely of some substances by the kidney, and N clearance rate of kidneys may be a useful index of urinary N excretion.
While the clearance rate for homicides nationally is 65 percent, in some inner-city big-city neighborhoods it's in single-digit figures.
1) Equally disturbing, the clearance rate for those crimes continues to decline.
Lesions in the V3 dermatome had an 83% clearance rate during the first year of treatment.