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one who supports and adheres to another

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After analyzing the documentation, the factor may refuse to provide the services only in case of the existence of shareholders ties between the Adherent and the Debtor or in the case when the selling payments are conditioned, advance payment or payment at delivery.
i] does not have economic incentives to offer any charitable social services if there are no other FBOs located near adherent k.
The earliest identifiable heresy is Docetism, forerunner of Gnosticism, whose adherents regarded the humanity and earthly passion of Christ as more apparent than real; they are chastised in such passages as I John 4.
One reason has to do with the commitment of religious elites to encourage adherent activism.
To provide the most complete service to clients, Adherent has assembled a staff of experienced technical personnel with average experience of more than 30 years in hotmelt, epoxy, urethane and water-base adhesive and coatings technology.
We ascertained the genuine nature of the wall adherent bubbles not only for Ulmus glatira but also for Quercus robur, Acer pseudoplatanus, Betula alba, Populus nigra, Salix alba and Vitis vinifera.
The soils and contaminants present on this item, having aged for several years, were adherent to such an extent that an attempt to remove them using a wire brush or scraper failed, even employing an extremely vigorous effort.
temperatures; * the ability to retain adherent oxide
Bench-Top, Adherent Cell Cytometer Provides Speed, Flexibility and Precision to Meet All Live Cell Imaging Needs
beaucoup moins que] Un adherent indiscipline ou manquant d'assiduite est exclu non pas par la direction mais par son [beaucoup plus grand que], confie-t-elle.
The findings, extracted from a poll that encompassed 34,000 patients age 18 and older who said they filled at least six prescriptions in the past year, reveals key behavior patterns of nonadherent patients, including the fact that many of them are often less comfortable discussing their asthma, diabetes or other chronic conditions than are adherent patients.
Current methods for ht cell screenings, However, Either require a large number of microplates, Are prone to cross-contaminations and are limited to adherent cells (cell microarrays), Or are not compatible with adherent cells as well as with spatial indexing (droplet microfluidics).
reveals that commercially insured people who were adherent to their oral diabetes medications experienced significantly fewer emergency room visits and inpatient hospitalizations, and spent nearly $500 less on total health care costs compared to nonadherent patients, potentially avoiding more than $210 million in health care spending in 2016.
Louis, Missouri-based integrated pharmacy benefit management services provider Express Scripts (NASDAQ: ESRX) has released new research that shows that commercially insured people who were adherent to their oral diabetes medications experienced significantly fewer emergency room visits and inpatient hospitalisations, and spent nearly USD 500 less on total healthcare costs compared to nonadherent patients, the company said.