low input

low input

adjective A UK term of art referring to a postmortem examination which has a low level of complexity. Low-input cases require an average of 1.5 hours to complete including ancillary tests and writing of reports, and would include a witnessed sudden death in a decedent with a blocked coronary artery, pneumonia in an elderly person or death in a person with known cancer and widespread metastases.
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Rhys Williams is a partner in a share farming company at Coed Coch, near Abergele, which runs 3,000 NZ Romney sheep on a New Zealand-type low input system.
Tenders are invited for Supply & approval of rates of Approximately 5.30 lac Dual Purpose Low Input technology Straight Run Day Old Commercial Poultry Chicks.
It is of the view that the finest quality of Pakistani goods impresses the international buyers but the Chinese, Indian, Bangladeshi and products of various other countries get the benefit of low input cost.
He said that finest quality of Pakistani goods impress the international buyers but Chinese, Indian, Bangladeshi and products of various other countries get the benefit of low input cost.
A newly converted organic farm on the Prince of Wales' Dumfries House Estate in Ayrshire has been named as the venue for this year's Livestock in Low Input Systems (LILIS) event.
'Sulphur, being a regular input raw material for SSP manufacturing, shall also be included in this low input GST structure.
Summary: Imphal (Manipur) [India], Sep 2 (ANI): Mushroom cultivation has gained recent traction in the state of Manipur owing to its low input cost.
It allows for high sensitivity, low input volume and reduced processing time, thereby enabling cost-effective diagnostic testing.
The CT4121A, a new active FET probe kit, is compact with high input resistance and low input capacitance.
Using the unique Relyon piezoelectric technology, the PZ2-i transforms low input voltage into high electric field strengths, dissociating and ionizing the process gas, which is normally ambient air, although nitrogen or other gases can be used.
The reason behind this is their low input costs and significant high price premium.
One advocate said that farmers' incomes can be raised at low yield and at low input. This is feasible provided farm output has a premium and/or inputs are minimal and mostly farm-based.

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