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PERIODIC DETERMINATIONS
BASIS
REPORT
TECHNIQUES
IMPORTANT
HEMATOCRIT
CURVE
FREE RADICALS
ENERGY DENSITY
INVENTION
ANALYTIC FUNCTION
TONY AWARDS
DECEMBER 2000
MOLECULAR MASS
UNKNOWN ORIGIN
CALCIUM LEVEL
SET FORTH
SET
MEASUREMENTS
METHODOLOGY
CREDIBILITY
TIME
HUBBLE
JUDGES
JURIES
ACCURATE
OBVIOUSNESS
DETERMINATION
DETERMINATIONS
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Definitions

  1. Determinations were made at 0, 15, 30 and 90 days of treatment schedule. (Web site)
  2. Orbit determinations are performed using such set of data to show the errors with respect to the reference orbit. (Web site)
  3. These determinations are generally referred to as personal jurisdiction and venue.
  4. Once these determinations are made, it will be important to diagnose the cause of the anemia.
  5. After the determinations, the molar proportion of each of the alkaline earth metal element, alkali metal element, and sulfur to the iron was determined. (Web site)

Periodic Determinations

  1. Periodic determinations of serum electrolytes to detect possible electrolyte imbalance should be performed at appropriate intervals. (Web site)

Basis

  1. The determinations of appeals courts are usually printed, often with an opinion indicating the basis for the court's decisions. (Web site)

Report

  1. This report presents the protocols and determinations for events involving right, humpback, fin, sei, blue, minke and Brydes whales during 2000 - 2004.

Techniques

  1. Both techniques correlate well with determinations of free testosterone levels by dialysis (33). (Web site)
  2. For more quantitative determinations of protein amounts, techniques such as ELISAs can be used. (Web site)

Important

  1. We find that the blending contribution is as important as the metallicity correction when computing Cepheid distance determinations to M31 (~0.1 mag).

Hematocrit

  1. Clinically the bleeding was intermittent, and by serial determinations of hemoglobin and hematocrit there was very little change in hemostasis. (Web site)

Curve

  1. Dots, determinations from northern California; circles, determinations from southern California; dashed curve, approximate fit to data (Thatcher, 1983).

Free Radicals

  1. From melatonin to AFMK, up to 4 free radicals can be consumed [ 68]; recent determinations [Rosen J, Hardeland R, unpubl. (Web site)

Energy Density

  1. Determinations of mass, luminosity, energy density and other properties of galaxies and quasars require knowledge of the Hubble constant. (Web site)

Invention

  1. App. 1981) ("most, if not all, determinations under Section 102(f) involve the question of whether one party derived an invention from another"); Price v. (Web site)

Analytic Function

  1. In the interior of a closed curve not containing the origin each of the determinations of V# is an analytic function.

Tony Awards

  1. Note: All determinations of eligibility for the Tony Awards are made exclusively by the Tony Awards Administration Committee.

December 2000

  1. Notice of determinations that Vodafone and BTCellnet have Market Influence under Condition 56 of their respective licences, December 2000.

Molecular Mass

  1. Among the determinations that can be achieved with mass spectrometry are molecular mass, molecular structure, and sample purity. (Web site)

Unknown Origin

  1. In investigations of blood lead elevations of unknown origin, we recommend abdominal X ray in parallel with repeated blood lead determinations.

Calcium Level

  1. Parathyroid diseases can present with psychiatric symptoms and can be recognized through determinations of serum electrolytes, especially the calcium level.

Set Forth

  1. The Office action shall set forth all rejections and determinations not to make a proposed rejection, and the grounds therefor. (Web site)

Set

  1. Words and Phrases Legally Defined - A set of books in dictionary form which lists judicial determinations of a word or phrase.

Measurements

  1. Typically, measurements that determine the amount of protein S include determinations of free and total Protein S levels.
  2. This study emphasizes the need for experimental determinations of dose calibrator settings in the geometry in which the measurements will be performed. (Web site)

Methodology

  1. In addition to M.I.C. determinations, the following methodology was used to determine the activity of the compounds of this invention against yeasts. (Web site)

Credibility

  1. In judging evidence at the summary judgment stage, the court does not make credibility determinations or weigh conflicting evidence.
  2. But this Court's role in reviewing findings of fact, especially when such findings turn on determinations of credibility, is much more limited than that. (Web site)

Time

  1. Also, repeated determinations over time, can give indications that the hematocrit of the patient has drifted, and in need of a renewed determination. (Web site)

Hubble

  1. It was first recognized by Hubble, in the time of the first distance determinations and redshift measurements (see, e.g., his The Realm of the Nebulae).

Judges

  1. Outside government, a jury or panel of judges may make determinations in competition, such as at a wine tasting, art exhibition, or talent contest.

Juries

  1. Determinations about prior art are typically the province of lawyers, judges and juries.

Accurate

  1. By measuring fluxes at multiple wavelengths, astronomers were able to correct for the effects of dust and make much more accurate distance determinations.
  2. Consequently, the importance of accurate and reliable checks on hematological determinations that may be used in the diagnosis of disease is clear. (Web site)

Obviousness

  1. A statement in a patent that something is in the prior art is binding on the applicant and patentee for determinations of anticipation and obviousness.

Determination

  1. As can be imagined, the determination of whether a particular change or improvement is "obvious" is one of the most difficult determinations in patent law. (Web site)

Determinations

  1. Although the Court is reluctant to set aside the determinations of a jury, the Court recognizes that patent validity is primarily a question of law. (Web site)
  2. Our statutory jurisdiction in appeals is limited to 18 determinations of patentability. (Web site)
  3. By measuring fluxes at multiple wavelengths however, corrections can be made for the effects of dust and make much more accurate distance determinations.

Categories

  1. Determination
  2. Calcium Level
  3. Unknown Origin
  4. Nature > Matter > Mass > Molecular Mass
  5. December 2000
  6. Books about "Determinations" in Amazon.com

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