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protected

adjective Referring to a session of supporting professional activity by a doctor or other health professional which is meant for a specific purpose—for example protected teaching time—which cannot be “borrowed” to perform clinical duties.
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The researchers incorporated environmental and socioeconomic data from about 87,000 children in 60,000 households which were either near 10 kilometres or far from 600 protected areas.
Salient provisions of the Act include the provision for scientific and technical support for biodiversity conservation; delineation and demarcation of boundaries; deputation of support especially on enforcement to the Protected Area Superintendent (PASu); and regular reporting on the status of the Integrated Protected Area Fund (IPAF) and allocating 75% of all revenues raised to the Protected Area Management Board (PAMB).
There are 240 protected areas under Nipas but only 13 are backed by laws, while the rest is covered by presidential proclamations or executive orders, which are considered only as initial components and may be disestablished by the Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) upon the recommendation of the Protected Area Management Board (PAMB), the highest policy-making body of a protected area.
Some of the new and bigger protected areas under the expanded Nipas law are: Tanon Strait in Cebu and Negros Islands (534,589.05 hectares), and Ticao-Burias Pass in Albay, Masbate and Sorsogon provinces (414,244 ha);
Protected areas play a major role in conserving species and ecosystems that help us confront these challenges.
Nebraska: Similarly, a revenue ruling, citing Nat'l Private Truck Council, Inc., concluded that deliveries into the state by a company using its own vehicles is also a protected activity; see.
The largest area to be protected, off the Aleutian Islands, covers 279,000 square nautical miles, an expanse the size of Texas and Colorado combined.
The economics of hacking the system are, in many ways, more relevant than the value of the object being protected. The effort that is required to successfully copy the physical trait and transform that information into the input needed to trick the device will determine how good or bad any biometric measure will be.
This may be due to new variants that are released or more commonly because enterprises have not deployed the new signatures or patches in order to be protected against the specific attack.
Further examination revealed that these flies had elevated DJ-1[alpha] expression--the loss of DJ-1[beta] somehow encouraged a compensatory upregulation of DJ-1[alpha], which the authors believe protected the fly from paraquat-induced oxidative damage.

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