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Antonyms for extramural

carried on outside the bounds of an institution or community


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The Extramural Sports Program fits our mission of providing after school recreational and development opportunities to children and teens,'' said Gena Borson, executive director for the Red Sox Foundation.
Outcomes, extramural research grants by type of research.
Recommendation: To ensure effective oversight of extramural funding decisions, the Director of NIH should establish a process for routine monitoring of the extramural funding decisions in which the IC directors use their discretion to skip applications or fund applications as exceptions.
The extramural community was provided with a window into the research planning and priority-setting processes within DERT and NIEHS.
Extramural veteran Norma Boyd, a retired Birmingham teacher in her sixties, said: 'Several of us that have attended the courses are very, very disappointed that they coming to an end.
Many adults look back on their extramural activities as some of the most educational, enriching, and formative experiences of their young lives.
Info The Extramural Series and Related works, an exhibition by Geoffrey Olsen, can be seen at the University of Glamorgan, Pontypridd, from February 1-21.
5% of their extramural research and development fund dollars for small businesses.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has expanded its extramural grant program to include $3 million in awards for model interventions to increase organ and tissue donation.
Goodchild had started excavation of the Extramural Sanctuary of Demeter and Persephone in 1967; Donald White, the author of the present volume, took over excavation in 1969 and, under difficult circumstances, oversaw four volumes of final reports published from 1984 to 1990.
Unless additional funding is allocated to NIH, the approximately $12 million called for in increased spending on training new researchers would have to come from monies now directed to extramural research grants.
Contract notice: Service maintenance of premises and glazing intra- and extramural epsm saint-venant.
In 1944, Congress passed the Public Health Service Act, which laid the foundation for a modern National Institutes of Health (NIH) to support biomedical research through extramural grants, largely to academic research institutions.