12%) patients had no deviation on prism bar cover test
El cover test
alternante se realiza pasando rapidamente el oclusor de un ojo al otro sin permitir que el paciente recupere la fusion.
Aside from the concern over the shareholding limit, industry views on much of the REIT's legislation were broadly positive: 80 per cent of all respondents - and 95 per cent of investment institutions - thought the two per cent conversion charge was about right, while 86 per cent agreed with the interest cover test
that limits the interest to income ratio of a REIT to 1:1.
Measures welcomed by the industry include the 2% conversion charge based on gross market value, and a decrease in the interest cover test
, a ratio of profits to interest, from 2.
PRP would also seek a slice of RFU international revenues in grant form to cover Test
players' wages and areas like education and insurance projects to protect players during and after their careers.
The first episode was that, after 60 years, the BBC lost the rights to cover Test
cricket in England.
The introduction of `double- header' broadcasts was put forward by Channel 4 as a sign of its commitment to horseracing at the time it announced its surprise deal to cover Test
cricket from next year.
The Colorado School Health Guidelines  suggest screenings consist of observations and distance Snellen visual acuity for all children screening, and cover test
for those in preschool, kindergarten, and first grade.
Funding for the project, shared by Intertek and the CeCeT partners, will primarily cover test
equipment purchases, such as sun-simulators, environmental chambers, monitoring and mechanical load testing equipment.
During a cover test
, an optometrist's mind may be on the position of the patient's eyes, but remembering correct posture as well can save a practitioner aches and pains.
Anti-fracking campaigners want to see a moratorium from the Welsh Government extended to cover test
drilling and off-shore extraction.
They cover test
design, item pool, and maintenance; test assembly; routing, scoring, and equating; test reliability, validity, fairness, and security; applications in large-scale assessments; and the past and future of multistage testing in education reform.