Ruff and Malik  Investigated and evaluated the profitability and return on deposits of both the Islamic and conventional
By contrast, shale accumulations in countries which are net importers and/or have few conventional
supplies of their own look set to be developed much more quickly.
These loans can "bridge" the gap from the time of purchase until either the property is stabilized, or the buyer is able to get a conventional
loan or secure other permanent financing.
Average concentrations of MDA and TCPY also were significantly lower during the organic phase compared to the conventional
Preliminary cost analysis indicates this patent-pending tire can be produced at a lower manufacturing cost than conventional
By applying (1) and (2) to a type of G protein-coupled receptor ("GPCR" note 2), NEC was able to demonstrate improved screening system performance as compared with conventional
methods for several data groups.
Such conformal cooling makes it possible to draw heat out from areas that would be hard to access with conventional
The pressure roll sticks the sheet to the Yankee with the aid of coating spray applied at much higher amounts than used on conventional
dry crepe machines.
samples found with no residues are uncommon, and in some cases, rare.
Donald Zipperian of Pace Technologies in Tucson notes that conventional
slurries are mixtures based on ethylene glycol, a toxic substance that's the main ingredient of antifreeze.
Precision castings can be made by conventional
sand technologies but often require considerable skills.
Previously, joint SOF and conventional
forces planners properly focused on "deconfliction" of operations when needed.
An American automaker (Kasmer and the company in question asked us not to mention its name) is providing a large SUV that Kasmer will fit with a Hydristor drive in place of the conventional
x-ray imaging, the exiting x rays interact with a detection device (x-ray film or other image receptor) and provide a 2-dimensional projection image of the tissues within the patient's body--an x-ray produced "photograph" called a "radiograph.