upper rate

upper rate

Cardiac pacing In atrial tracking dual-chamber pacemakers–VDD and DDD, a programmed limit to the rate at which the ventricles are paced in response to atrial activity. See Pacemaker.
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1](t) is called an upper rate function for M if the probability in (1.
Runaway pacemaker results from pacemaker malfunction and is characterized by sudden increases in the stimulus rate above the set upper rate limit of the pacemaker.
N use efficiency parameters: N-partial factor productivity (PFPN) and N-agronomic efficiency (AEN) found increasing statistically with increase in humic acid application rates; upper rate H2 provided the maximum calculations for PFPN (53.
6 grams per 100 millilitres, would pay the upper rate.
Meanwhile, raising the 40p threshold to PS50,000 would take 800,000 people earning over PS42,000 out of the upper rate.
First inheritance tax cuts for very rich people, then a tax cut at the upper rate of income tax and now the married tax break," he said, carefully suggesting the Tories favour the rich.
The upper rate is 6% on individual earners with over $7,000; $5,000 for couples filing separately; $10,000 for couples filing jointly.
Last month's cut in the policy rate followed three months of consecutive cuts in the upper rate of the interest corridor and is expected to help spur a growth rate of up to 5 percent in 2013.
At the upper rate, the Sheikh's illusory popularity would have cost him $54,000.
Also in 2012, the upper rate of interest that banks were allowed to charge on credit cards was reduced to 18 per cent per annum.
That new upper rate would kick in for earners of upwards of 150,000 euros a year.
Students studying fulltime at Newman University College in Bartley Green over three years will pay the upper rate of pounds 8,400 per year, while those studying parttime (four years) will be charged pounds 4,500 per year.

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