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There were five pupils who achieved at least 10 A* grades: Bridget Morris, Lucy Campbell, Ashna Anil, Juliette Goodwin and Coco Zhang.
Regulatory departments achieved only 38% of targets.
The proportion of A*-A grades achieved was 20%, an increase of 0.
03%, which compares with [+ or -] 7% achieved with accumulator injection.
Increasing high-quality employment outcomes achieved by the students.
The results from this significant investment were measured in each leader's actions and the results achieved.
For example, the resequencing of genomes (determination of the DNA sequence for many individuals of a species after a reference sequence for that species has been determined), such as might be used for medical diagnostic purposes, could be achieved by aligning individual reads on the reference sequence.
As is well known, speed, strength, muscular bulk, flexibility and gracefulness are, in part, achieved through training and practice.
Woolard's ability to create a positive working environment, inspiring and galvanizing a loyal army of professionals, highlights a vital element in managing one's career: Extraordinary success is achieved by making those around you successful.
An average of 41 percent savings was achieved compared with prescriptive solutions.
Vixel Corporation (Nasdaq:VIXL), a provider of storage area networking (SAN) solutions, announced recently that a recent test by Medusa Labs has confirmed the high performance levels achieved by the 9200 2Gb/s Fabric switch in Vixel's own Solutions and Interoperability Lab.
Anatomy permitting, excellent attic exposure can generally be achieved by following the middle fossa dura tegmen anteriorly with a small cutting or diamond burr.
Columbus, Ohio, has achieved ISO 9001 certification.
However, the gains in CD4 T cells and percentage achieved by the delayed HAART group were similar to those of the early HAART group once the delayed group began therapy.
What is achieved presently is important to pupils now and at progressive levels of schooling, and in the work place of the future.