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Synonyms for impedance

a material's opposition to the flow of electric current

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Attendance is open to business and community leaders and BIA and chamber of commerce members.
Landowners included in the BIA are mandated to pay a levy in addition to their municipal taxes.
He invited Bahrain's ministries, authorities and institutions to participate in the 2016 BIA and to concert efforts to make the event successful.
The BIA points out that the incorrect estimation of skills is often at the basis of problems experienced by people looking for a job.
Within a 20-min period, the subjects were measured for %Fat using the following devices and sequence: (a) an octopolar, multi-frequency, multi-segmental BIA device (BIA8, InBody R20 scale, Biospace, Inc.
BIA significantly underestimated FFMI for both males (mean difference=0.
In its Master Plan, BIA envisages catering for an additional 18 million passengers a year by 2030 partly through an extension to its main runway which will allow non-stop flights to China, India and the west coast of America for the first time.
In short, the BIA had reached a crisis point by 2002.
As Kasim's case shows, anyone can wander through BIA without a legitimate passport and board a jet bound for the sub-continent.
In this second installment of our two-part series, the BIA and the city planners involved in the project review sound off about what worked and what didn't.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-16 January 2007-Crossroads Systems adds three new partners under BIA partner programme(C)1994-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
As part of this process, BIA must seek comments from affected state and local governments.
We now have internal staff ramped up to meet our business growth," explained Paul Baughman, president and chief executive officer of BIA.
These Indian inmates are housed in facilities operated by either BIA or the tribal government.