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A contracted level of labour intensity for doctor trainees which corresponds to no more than 48 hours/week. Unlike other training posts, there are no upward adjustments of the pay, because the training post (e.g., public health), has a low stress “footprint”.
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However, a high percentage of unbanded subjects in some studies makes the comparison uncertain (4, 9,17-20).
Tulips is an unbanded pattern featuring bold red and yellow tulips that wrap around the plate or cup, Bristol Belle, meanwhile, is a more classic design in teal and sky blue that calls to mind the first hot air balloon ride in England.
During this period, one unbanded floater became a very vocal individual, singing towards M38A and moving fast to another direction, probably avoiding disputes.
Simple, unbanded patterns that are shape-driven were presented by vendors such as Gorham, Maxwell & Williams, Salt & Pepper and others.
On 29 May 2013, one unbanded leg and some feathers of a Fox Sparrow were found in a gull pellet (Fig.
All four offspring were provisioned by three adult birds: (1) a banded female Veery, [greater than or equal to]3 years of age, (2) a banded male Veery, [greater than or equal to]2 years of age, and (3) an unbanded Wood Thrush of unknown age.
We surveyed ah additional 40 sites within 20 km of the focal sites with potentially suitable habitat during 2005 and 2006 in Tennessee and recorded the location of all banded and unbanded golden-winged males.
In one case, an unbanded male was followed between two nests during provisioning; the male and one female were later banded after the nests fledged.
When recaptured as free-flying banded HYs, local GRSPs were identified, measured, and released immediately; free-flying unbanded HYs were processed but not included in this analysis because their nest of origin and parentage were unknown.