"Indeed the tabular
system could have had a negative effect on the use of herd improvement technologies such as genetic and genomics."
For either of these two cases of invalidity of the title, there is an explicit requirement of the law for the third party acquirer as to invoking tabular
usurpation: good faith.
Library GIS staff at KU and other institutions rarely purchase datasets, as a wealth of spatial and tabular
data is freely available online and through government agencies (Abbott & Argentati, 1995; Lamont, 1997; Kowal, 2002; Soete, 1997).
This project required tabular
data on births, children screened for lead exposure, and individual housing construction dates, as well as home construction dates aggregated by census tract and zip code.
Information presented in tabular
format with DataStar WebCharts can also be shared with colleagues via the corporate intranet by exporting charts into HTML or other formats.
The average per ton price received by growers for red TABULAR
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Recession and war will stop the state's rising tourism TABULAR
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The curves augment the database's existing single-point, tabular
datasheet data on many thousands of grades of plastic materials, extending the usability of Prospector Web for plastics engineers and designers.
To track progress toward achieving the goals of the Childhood Immunization Initiative (CII), CDC publishes monthly a tabular
summary of the number of cases of all diseases preventable by routine childhood vaccination reported during the previous month and year-to-date (provisional data).
dollar relative to the currencies of major trading partners TABULAR
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They'll find it if they look for it." This attitude causes two problems: First, audiences squinting at tabular
data and call, outs aren't listening.