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the colorless watery fluid of the blood and lymph that contains no cells, but in which the blood cells (erythrocytes, leukocytes, and thrombocytes) are suspended

a green slightly translucent variety of chalcedony used as a gemstone

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(physical chemistry) a fourth state of matter distinct from solid or liquid or gas and present in stars and fusion reactors

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The IPS remained prognostic for both FFP ( P = 0.041) [Figure 1]a and OS ( P = 0.013) [Figure 1]b of the 208 patients, but the predictive magnitude narrowed obviously, with 5-year FFP ranging from 87.2% (score = 0) to 61.5% (score ≥5) and 5-year OS ranging from 94.1% (score = 0) to 69.2% (score ≥5) whereas the 5-year FFP ranged from 84% to 42% and the 5-year OS ranged from 89% to 56% in the original IPS study.
Government's contracting officers elected to use a combination of FFP and CPFF contracts to support U.S.
Finally, to estimate the AINR after an FFP transfusion, linear regression analysis was performed using the formula y=a+bx, where x=[pre-transfusion INR].
FFP have chosen the Systech Illinois 8501 to measure the oxygen permeation of their flexible films.
Commenting on the investment, Peter Dundas, FFFs Managing Director, said: "As a business, FFP will continue to develop new ideas that benefit our customers, and we believe that one of the best ways we can do that is to work with strategic partners who already have great innovations for the market.
If supporters are to continue to beat VT with the debt-to-equity stick they should start factoring in the FFP variable.
The Belgian lawyer said that although FFP sounds good, as it supports good governance and fairness of the game, but when one scratches the surface, the break-even rule is no more than a prohibition to invest.
Under FFP, clubs in UEFA competitions were allowed to make losses of about e1/445 mln between 2011-13.
London: Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain both face substantial punishments for failing to comply with UEFA's Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules, British newspaper the Daily Telegraph reported on Tuesday.
This gives frequent flyer programme (FFP) members the opportunity to fly to Al Maktoum International Airport in Dubai, Thiruvananthapuram in India or Mashhad in Iran and earn double miles.
With the goal of addressing the Money Laundering and Fraud issues faced by financial institutions, Polaris unveiled a unique platform named 'Financial Forensics Platform' (FFP).
based organization called Fund for Peace (FFP) ranked countries considered failed states.
Daytime-Hospitalist did not have a reasonable indication for the use of FFP in this case, and thus the informed consent was nullified.
The new Platinum card from BMI Bank will offer customers the chance to earn miles on everyday purchases that can be directly redeemed towards Gulf Air's Falconflyer programme (FFP).
(1) Fresh-frozen plasma (FFP) is produced from a single whole-blood donor unit, or through plasmapheresis.