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SMART

Abbreviation for:
Second Manifestations of Arterial disease
Self-Measurement for Assessment of the Response to Trandolapril
Sensory Modality Assessment and Rehabilitation Technique
Serum Markers Acute myocardial infarction and Rapid Treatment
Simultaneous Multiple-Angle Reconstruction Technique
Simultaneous Multislice Acquisition using Rosette Trajectories
Somatic Mutation And Recombination Tests
specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, times (objectives)
Supportive Medical Aid Responding (to individual needs) Team

SMART

Any of a number of trials: Cardiology
1. Second Manifestations of Arterial Disease.
2. Serum Markers Acute Myocardial Infarction and Rapid Treatment.
3. Study of Microstent's Ability to Limit Restenosis Trial.
4. Study of Medicine versus Angioplasty Reperfusion Trial Immunology Study of Monoclonal Antibody Radioimmunotherapy.
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Research is underway to design "smart clothes" that can provide feedback on your personal hydration, exposure to ultra-violet rays, protection from electromagnetic generation, posture correction, changes in approaching walking surfaces to alert for potential falls, instant messaging to police in threatening situations, illumination in dark areas and heat production when the ambient temperature falls.
(2.) Steffen, Dagmar, Francoise Adler, and Andrea Weber Marin (2009), "Smart Semantics: Product Semantics of Smart Clothes," Proceedings of IASDR-ACM, Seoul, 79-88.
El-Gamal has high hopes for Egyptian smart clothes, whether for sports or for medical uses, adding that exporting them would be very lucrative, as the profit margin is a lot bigger than that for ordinary clothes.
Theo said: "Only pack smart clothes and you've got no choice.
Ferrari went on to write: "With sleek, oiled hair and smart clothes that he wore with a somewhat levantine elegance, he affected jackets with sleeves that came far down below his wrists and shoes with enormously thick rubber soles." The reason for the thick soles, this engineer explained to Ferrari, was because 'a great engineer's brain should not be jolted by the inequalities of the ground and consequently needed to be carefully sprung.' There was some humour in the latter comment, but it cannot be denied that Ricart was a man of genius to rival Ferrari.
Second man: Smart, white, around 30, brown hair, of medium build, wearing dark smart clothes. He was carrying a clipboard or folder.
Two out of five said they couldn't afford smart clothes for interviews and half thought they'd never own their own home.
Verdict: Pupils have to wear uniform so it could be controversial if teachers won't wear smart clothes. But what someone is wearing isn't really going to affect their work and it could help bring a teacher down to a level with kids.
Although its jacket and tie dress code and men-only bars may have gone, smart clothes are still a requirement.
Jane McCann, director of Newport's Smart Clothes and Wearable Technology research centre, said, 'The conference was organised to explore the future potential of wearable technologies in a variety of fields ranging from military applications to fine art.
Also, why not treat a besotted new dad to Father's Day goodies such as gourmet French delicacies and smart clothes to jazz up his summer wardrobe.
Liwei Lin, UC Berkeley professor of mechanical engineering and head of the international research team that developed the fiber nanogenerators, said: "This technology could eventually lead to wearable 'smart clothes' that can power hand-held electronics through ordinary body movements."