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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học General Psychiatry cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài: Relative percentage and zonal distribution of mesenchymal progenitor cells in human osteoarthritic and normal cartilage...

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  • Chromatography was gained more importance initially after discovered in the preparative chromatography using large amount of the sample for the separation all components properly and collect each in their pure forms. Recently analytical chromatography found many application areas. The purpose of preparative Analytical chromatography is done normally with smaller amounts of material and is for measuring the relative proportions of analytes in a mixture after discovered some detectors which need very low amount of the analyte and have proper detection limits....

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  • The research recommends that marketers think about dollars instead of percentages. If restaurants hold onto their mark- ups, but experience a 50% drop in volume, they are worse off than if they were to drop prices and keep a strong volume. The vast majority of restaurants have gotten away from a straight three-time markup across an entire list. Additionally, restaurants need to recognize the fact that certain staples, such as Opus One or Dom Perignon, act as barometers diners generally know how much the wine costs, and look to these selections as benchmarks on list pricing.

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  • Every deliverable has a cost. Where possible the cost for each deliverable and milestone should add up to form the project budget. If the project budget is a critical indicator of progress – for example, in the case of a procurement project – you must specify how the work will be done within budget and how work will be reported: for example, percentage complete, actual versus projected outlays and so on. Your plan should also list the resources needed to achieve each deliverable.

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  • The purpose of this paper is to add definitions of HGFs in terms of value added and productivity, and analyze how much the different types of HGFs contribute to employment growth, economic growth, productivity growth and sales growth, if the same firms are included among HGFs irrespective of definition, and whether firm age and size influence the likelihood of a firm being a HGF when different definitions are applied. We thus apply four different growth indicators: growth in employment, sales, value added and productivity.

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "What works on wall street" has contents: Retura on equity; five year earniags per share percentage changes; two multifactor value liodels for ad stocks; relative price strength - widders codtinue to wid; searchidg for a cornerstode growth strategy; rankiog the strategies,...and other contents.

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  • or purposes of this book the term private equity refers to the common stock of a corporation where that common stock is held by a relatively few investors and is not traded on any of the conventional stock markets. Normally the senior managers of the firm hold a significant percentage of the firm's stock, and we will assume that is the situation in all the cases discussed in this book. F

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  • 134 Chapter 3: Elements of Style Points and picas are traditional typographic measures. There are 12 points to a pica and 6 picas to an inch. Therefore, a font size of 18 points is equivalent to 1.5 picas, or .25 inches. Ems and exes are also typographic measures. Like a percentage value, they specify sizes relative to the element’s computed size rather than an absolute number of units. When type was set using individual letters cast in lead alloy, font sets included spacer characters of different sizes. An em-quad was a square space just large enough to contain an uppercase M. Exes...

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  • Internal Revenue Code section 162(m) limits tax deductibility of executive compensation to $1 million per covered executive, with an exception for performance-based compensation. Both stock options and annual bonuses can qualify as performance-based, but they vary in the difficulty of qualification and the degree of additional compensation risk that qualification imposes on the executive. Most stock-option grants easily qualify with little change in risk, but qualification increases the risk associated with annual bonus compensation relative to what it was prior.

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  • The technological conditions of obtaining the polylactic acid-Vietnamese cassava starch blend on the mix-brabender were investigated. The optimal conditions were: temperature 160o C, reaction time 6 minutes, screw speed 45 r/min., initial material ratio in weight percentage PLA80- PEG10-TB20. Polyethyleneglycol (PEG) as a plasticizer, PN-47 as a distribution agent was used. It showed that the optimal starch content was 20 wt%. Increase in starch content lead to increase in water absorbability and weight loss of the materials.

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  • Most crop insurance policies are either production-based or revenue- based. For production-based policies, a farmer can receive a payment if there is a production loss relative to the farmer’s historical production per acre. Revenue-based policies protect against crop revenue loss resulting from declines in production, price, or both.

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  • Embryo transfer (ET) is the final, yet crucial step in in vitro fertilization (IVF). Various steps in an IVF cycle can proceed successfully up to the ET stage in about 80% of the cases (1). But, unfortunately, only a small percentage of them achieve pregnancy. The technique of ET has not received enough attention (2,3), as clearly illustrated from the number of scientific publications on ET in the literature relative to the articles published on IVF in general (4). A Medline search revealed that the number of scientific publications on human IVF in the years from 1978–2005 is 16,445....

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  • 3 Identification of Biased Environmental Data Coincidence, error, studied ignorance, or junk science? 3.1 INTRODUCTION An expert opinion is worth no more than the factual data upon which it is based. The critical review of environmental data is therefore essential for judging the reliability of the factual information. Environmental data relied upon to form an opinion should be of a sufficient known quality to withstand the scientific and legal challenges relative to the purpose of the data collection.

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  • Though some pension funds – mostly larger, more sophisticated investors - are able to invest at the riskier end of the spectrum (i.e. in start-up, venture capital type projects focusing on clean tech and other innovations), this will only ever constitute a small percentage of their portfolios. The broad mass of pension funds will be more interested in lower risk investments (i.e. in deployable renewables etc.

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  • Class 1 Single load path Class 2 Class 3 Single load path— Multiple load path damage arrest capability Redundant load path Fig. 18.61 Structural arrangements. (After Ref. 74.) 2 structures, including pressurized cabins and pressure vessels, relatively large amounts of damage may be contained by providing tear straps or stiffeners. There is usually a high probability of damage detection for a class 2 structure because of fuel or pressure leakage, that is, "leak-before-break" design is characteristic of class 2 structures.

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  • Unemployment (or joblessness), as defined by the International Labour Organization, occurs when people are without jobs and they have actively sought work within the past four weeks.[1] The unemployment rate is a measure of the prevalence of unemployment and it is calculated as a percentage by dividing the number of unemployed individuals by all individuals currently in the labor force. During periods of recession, an economy usually experiences a relatively high unemployment rate.

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  • Because time-series studies focus on a given geographic location over a number of years, factors that are often thought to influence the health of the population, such as percentage of smokers, income level, occupational exposure to pollutants, access to medical care and age distribution, do not need to be incorporated into the analysis as they are considered to remain relatively constant within the study area over time. Typically, the only other factors aside from pollution included in these models are weather variables and seasonal controls.

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  • Occupation cluster analysis helps identify the fastest growing occupations within the region. Here is an example from one region in Indiana (Economic Growth Region 11). This region is a center for riverboat gaming. The data show how the growth of this business sector has created new demands for different occupations. Table 3 helps quickly identify those occupations with the strongest percentage change and the largest increase in the number of jobs from 2001 to 2007.

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  • Similarly, the percentages of those who use the Internet to look for a job or send a job application are relatively low, with 15% as the EU27 average, ranging from a mere 27% in Denmark and to low levels of 5% in Romania and Cyprus. These numbers contrast with the proportion of Europeans who have ordered goods or services online (37%), use Internet banking (32%) or have interacted with public authorities via the Internet (29%). These figures reflect and confirm the view generally held by researchers and policy makers that, while ICT are used widely to support learning...

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  • Structural arrangements. 2 structures, including pressurized cabins and pressure vessels, relatively large amounts of damage may be contained by providing tear straps or stiffeners. There is usually a high probability of damage detection for a class 2 structure because of fuel or pressure leakage, that is, "leak-before-break" design is characteristic of class 2 structures. Class 3 structures are usually designed to provide a specified percentage of the original strength, that is, a specified residual strength, during and subsequent to the failure of one element....

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