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chemical agent capable of activity


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11) A pharmaceutical active agent of tuberculosis amikacin, 500 mg or 1000 mg, in a total amount of 300 grams.
The Most Active Agent Award 2010 comes on the back of host of recent successes at the Cygnet Court development, in Stratford.
A reservoir system consists of an active agent contained within a rate-controlling barrier.
Health food stores and head shops carry products like carbohydrate drinks, detoxifying teas, shampoos and synthetic urine that promote a guarantee that drug tests for marijuana's active agent, tetrahydrocannabinol or THC, and other illicit drugs like methamphetamines and opiates will return negative.
Instead, an active agent in the fabric moves the data while the servers simply initiate the action and arbitrate the use of shared resources (Fig 2).
Typically, there is only one such active agent per key location on the network.
It contains a biologically active agent selected from the group consisting of terbinafine, naftifine, amorolfine, butenafine, derivatives thereof, salts thereof, or combinations thereof; a delivery vehicle comprising a non-polymeric crystallization inhibitor that is capable of delaying crystallization of the biologically active agent, and a film-former; a volatile solvent in an amount selected to create a subsaturated solution of said biologically active agent; and water.
JONES Lang LaSalle has been named most active agent in a prestigious national competition.
FOR the second consecutive year, Lambert Smith Hampton has been confirmed as the UK's most active agent nationwide and strongest in the West Midlands, East Midlands, North West, South East and Northern Ireland.
In June 1998, a mysterious translucent object appeared on the skyline of downtown Manhattan amidst the forest of wooden water towers that remain one of New York City's most intriguing architectural curiosities, Created by renowned British artist Rachel Whiteread as a commission for the Public Art Fund, the subtle and enigmatic Water Tower has regenerated a spirited and imaginative discourse on public sculpture as an active agent in the City's architecture and urban archaeology.
Thomas Clarkson, himself an active agent in this process and the first to publish an account of it, likened it to many streams and rivulets, each marked on his fold-out map with the name of some activist or group of activists, coming together to form a mighty torrent which he labelled "Universal Freedom.
he notes that, until Kepler, "it was believed that the eye was a passive receiver and that the image was the active agent of sight.
The cationic surface active agent is at least one agent selected from lauryl dihydroxyethyl amine, hexadecyl amine, hexadecyl hydroxyethyl amine, lauryl amine acetate, hexadecyl poly (15) hydroxy ethyl amine, lauryl dimethyl benzalkonium chloride, oleyl dihydroxyethyl methyl ammonium chloride and octadecyl dimethyl benzalkonium.
The Estates Gazette Most Active Agent competition was based on the number of commercial property deals completed in the past 12 months.
This active agent features an anti-microbe additive that has a broad range of effectiveness against mold, fungi, yeast, algae and bacteria.