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tabular

 [tab´u-lar]
resembling a table.

tab·u·lar

(tab'yū-lăr),
1. Tablelike.
2. Arranged in the form of a table (2).
[L. tabularis, fr. tabula, table]

tab·u·lar

(tab'yū-lăr)
1. Tablelike.
2. Arranged in the form of a table (2).
[L. tabularis, fr. tabula, table]

tabular

resembling a table.
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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.
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The top five countries produce TABULAR DATA OMITTED TABULAR DATA OMITTED TABULAR DATA OMITTED TABULAR DATA OMITTED TABULAR DATA OMITTED slightly over two-thirds of the world's wine.
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In Europe, where most of the world's wine is produced, acreage bans, maximum allowable yields per acre, controls on production practices, and distillation programs TABULAR DATA OMITTED have been in place for years in an attempt to balance supply and demand.
Taken individually, each of the bill's required disclosures, set forth in a standardized tabular format, may additionally assist consumers in their comparison shopping before they become obligated or in their evaluation of an existing account.
It showed that pairing the sample or part variation with the Gage Repeatability and Reproducibility (GR&R) calculation enabled foundrymen to use the analysis for a single gage--or, more TABULAR DATA OMITTED importantly--for destructive tests and/or processes.
Notched low-temperature brittleness data indicate that TABULAR DATA OMITTED an EnBA with 5% comonomer has about the same low-temperature brittleness as an EVA of 13% comonomer.
A total of not more than 10% is considered acceptable and TABULAR DATA OMITTED 10-30% may be acceptable under certain conditions.
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