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controlled

(kŏn-trōld′)
1. Supervised, overseen, or closely monitored.
2. Effectively treated.

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Q. Does it exist a Birth Control Shot for men?

A. No. Currently there are no available medications for birth control for men. However, there are several other methods, including barrier methods (condom) and more irreversible ones (e.g. vasectomy) which may require a treatment by a surgeon.

You may read more here: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/001946.htm

Q. how control premature ejuculation

A. There are medications that can help it, but they're prescription drugs so you may consult your doctor. Apart from that,, since in most cases there's no underlying medical problem that cause the premature ejaculation, you may consider consulting a sex therapist or mental health professional.

Q. BIRTH CONTROL how many types are there?

A. HI doctor-you forgot one--THE CELL PHONE RADIATION,next time you go out on a date dont forget your cell phone and a piece of string.HA HA ---mrfoot56

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Indeed, the widely reported transactions that triggered congressional scrutiny involved a substantial amount of predistribution negotiation, coordination, and agreements among the acquiring, distributing, and controlled corporations.
Institute of Chartered Accountants, section 1590, Subsidiaries, paragraph 1590.03(a), defines a subsidiary as "an enterprise controlled by another enterprise (the parent) that has the right and ability to obtain future economic benefits from the resources of the enterprise and is exposed to the related risks." Paragraph 1590.03(b) defines control of an enterprise as "the continuing power to determine the strategic operating, investing and financing policies without the cooperation of others."
This provision requires Distributing, in an otherwise qualifying tax-free separation, to recognize gain as if it had sold the stock of Controlled if 50% or more of the stock of either corporation was acquired as part of a plan that existed at the time of the distribution.
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Thus, although the MDRTB and drug-sensitive TB outbreaks in the United States and Europe have largely been controlled, the consequences of these outbreaks are still being felt.
With digitally controlled servos, the drive as well as the motor may require replacement due to program incompatibilities.
Control devices are used to control both the PM and CO, but NO and [SO.sub.2] emissions are controlled by maintenance procedures for the burners in the afterburner section and by selective use of sulfur-containing materials.
355 transaction, some of the assets and liabilities of a corporation (Distributing) are transferred to a newly formed subsidiary (Controlled) in exchange for stock in a transaction that qualifies under Sec.
Section 1012 of the 1997 Act amends section 355 to place new restrictions on the acquisition and disposition of the stock of the distributing or controlled corporation.

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