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RADIOTHERAPY Material used to represent treatment field borders.
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Syria has repeatedly stated it is willing to delineate its border with Lebanon on the condition that the Shebaa Farms area is left until last.
The SEC published for comment proposed regulation B, which would implement provisions of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999 (GLBA) that delineate the securities activities in which banks may engage without registering as brokers under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (www.
They believe such a system must be built on most-favored nation and national treatment principles, should delineate the rights and responsibilities of investors and states, and should include an internationally accepted dispute settlement mechanism.
When a company is unable to clearly delineate the revenue streams that sustain its business, it's usually losing revenue, increasing operating costs and limiting vital cash flow.
More studies are needed to delineate management of ICH.
Measurement A is the diameter of the frontal sinuses at the widest point--that is, the distance between the projected lines that delineate the maximum lateral limits of the right and left sinuses (line E to H).
In the third introductory section Defaux offers a thorough examination of the text of the Psalter and announces his specific goals in enumerating a textual plan, mainly: "to attempt to reconstruct the experiences which Marot used as a translator, and to delineate the various texts the poet used to produce the work" (38-39).
The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to select a qualified contractor to Identify and Delineate all Intermittent Streams within the Jurisdictional Boundaries of Dunwoody, GA.
Striving to delineate ontological theory in terms accessible to the lay reader, Being And Life is a welcome introduction to this school of self-help philosophy that centers upon the existence of the self.
Scanning electron microscopes (SEM) delineate the structure of a specimen's surface; transverse electron microscopes send electrons through the sample to find out about its interior.