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a trivalent metallic element of the rare earth group

a room in a hospital or clinic staffed and equipped to provide emergency care to persons requiring immediate medical treatment

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The Philippines is an archipelago of over 7,000 islands, making the delivery of all ERs to the PPCRV a gargantuan task.
The received ERs have yet to be manually encoded by PPCRV volunteers.
"If there are still 1,930 untransmitted ERs with 541 votes per ER, you get a total unreported 1,043,721 votes," Namfrel said.
Joint election commissioner appealed the people of the province to cooperate with the staff for updating ERs so that any inaccurate information could be replaced and prepare correct ERs.
The two cell lines as well as control SKOV-3 cells were then incubated with natural ERs activator E2 and followed by detection of sema 4D expression.
Having characterized the estrogenic potential of the compounds on FL-ER[alpha] and FL-ER[beta], we performed additional cell-based experiments aimed at assessing the relative contribution of the ERs' AF-1 and AF-2 to this activity.
The phylogenetic analysis showed that all mammalian ERs formed an independent branch, whereas birds, reptile, amphibian, and fish formed another branch.
The ERS white paper represents the considerable work product of a large number of tax administrators and taxpayer representatives.
Unlike many other measures of patient or client satisfaction, the ERS focuses on the assessment of specific program dimensions rather than global measures of satisfaction.
Another aspect of the supply side of services also requires attention, namely the behavior of hospital ERs themselves.
It took some time, but gradually this demand conjured suppliers.Groups of doctors, scattered around the country, began to see real profit potential in ERs. Forming partnerships, they contracted with hospital administrators to take over the headache of having to staff and operate their ERs.
PPCRV Executive Director Maribel Buenaobra said that as of 8:00 a.m., the accredited citizen's arm of the Commission on Elections (Comelec) had processed 12 percent of paper ERs mainly from the National Capital Region, and the southern and northern parts of Luzon.
Several biological effects of estrogen (17[beta]-estradiol; [E.sub.2]) and [E.sub.2]-like compounds and ligands are mediated through the ERs. There are three main mechanisms of action for the ERs: a) the classical nuclear, genomic mechanism, in which ligand-bound ERs interact directly with estrogen response elements (EREs) to regulate transcription; b) the nonclassical nuclear, genomic "tethered" mechanism, in which ER interacts with other transcription factors on sites such as AP-1 or Sp1 to regulate gene expression; and c) the rapid nongenomic action mechanism, which activates signaling cascades involving p44/42 MAPK (p44/42 mitogen-activated protein kinase), sRC, and Akt (Burns et al.
Ra Ra Ra Ra Ra Ra Ra Ra Ra Ra Ra Ra Ra Ra Ra Ra Rang ng ng ng ng ng ng ng ng ng ng ng ng nger er er er er er er er ers cr cr cr crisis THE Rangers crisis yesterday engulfed the whole of Scottish football after FIFA threatened to kick clubs out of Europe and axe our national team from the World Cup.