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VAST

Pediatrics A clinical trial–Vitamin A Supplementation Trial performed in Ghana, which evaluated the effect of vitamin A supplements on infant mortality. See Vitamin A.
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Nordic public bus transport service provider Nobina AB (STO:NOBINA) announced on Wednesday that it has been awarded a tender to operate regional traffic in Lund Vaster by regional public transportation authority and operator Skanetrafiken.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 22, 2016-Nobina awarded SEK400m public transport contract in Lund Vaster
On his part, the Kurdish Premier expressed appreciation for the US support and wished for vaster backing on the military and humanitarian fronts.
presence was vaster and more persistent than anticipated.
The Milky Way is part of a much vaster galactic network than previously thought.
In reducing Earth's complexity to a single pixel, we gain a hint of the challenge before us as we reach with our instruments across the much vaster distances to planets around other stars.
into lesser great lake, interior vast tectonic plate sailing ever vaster
Born in Ivory Coast, she settled in France in 1999 and this journey infused her music, but the cultural reach of her art is far vaster. She has released four albums to date and has worked with many of Africa's most renowned musicians.
"The international character of the education fair indicates the vaster proportion of options our children can make in relation to their studies and specialities all over the world," added Education Minister Kyriakos Kenevezos.
They organized the Catholic Social Media Summit in November, to bring the good news to a vaster audience.
The researchers opined that the overall problem for US counterterrorism officials is not that they need vaster amounts of information from the bulk surveillance programs, but that they don't sufficiently understand or widely share the information they already possess.
As a new year gets under way, and with it the impulse to take stock of our lives, we ask Steiner-Adair to share some insights with Vox Tablet about what parents miss out on when they are constantly checking their phones; why letting kids fend for themselves in the digital world is a recipe for failure; and what guidance Judaism can offer as the digital universe grows vaster still.