Group-A underwent 23G vitrectomy with releasable
sutures whereas Group-B underwent 20G vitrectomy with sutured sclerotomies.
Scleral tunnel incisiontrabeculectomy with one releasable
In a section labeled "Ground Rules," the military describes 14 "releasable
" categories of information, and 19 "not releasable
since their publication or broadcast could jeopardize operations and endanger lives."
The investigators found that a solid-state yeast treatment was able to significantly enhance releasable
antioxidant properties such as the scavenging capacities against peroxyl (ORAC); 2,2'-azino-bis(3-ethylbenzthiazoline-6-sulphonic acid) cation; 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl and hydroxyl radicals; total phenolic content (TPC); and phenolic acids.
Question: Under Privacy Act, what are some examples of data that are considered releasable
and what data are not releasable
push-mount wire or cable cup is designed to mount in a 0.250-in.
ties can be double wrapped or formed into multiple loops, making them adaptable to many configurations.
Freudenberg Building Systems, Inc., manufacturer of nora[R] rubber flooring, has introduced norament[R] 925 grano FS, a rubber floorcovering that uses nora's 412 low-emission releasable
adhesive to facilitate installation, removal, and reinstallation.
Key statement: A releasable
fastener system comprises a loop portion and a hook portion.
Contents include communications response to terrorist attacks, workplace or school violence, natural disasters, transportation accidents, and mass casualty incidents; checklists for press releases, briefings, and releasable
information; interview tips; levels of media access; creating a joint information center; managing a press pool; and case studies.
The SpeedyTie is a fully reusable, easily releasable
Classification: Secret, releasable
to US and the UK
Second, the lack of discernible effect of PCBs on tissue DA concentrations may in part be because of the existence of two pools of DA--a readily releasable
pool (RRP) of DA replenished by de novo synthesis and a larger, non-readily releasable
storage pool (Chiueh and Moore 1975; Kuczenski 1977; Yavich and MacDonald 2000) [estimates of the size of the RRP of DA vary between 5% and 20% of total DA (Javoy and Glowinski 1971; Yavich 1996)].
He announced that from the beginning of May, offenders who have not been convicted of violent, sexual or serious drugs offences "will be presumed to be releasable
" 60 days before their normal release date, he said.
The hydraulically releasable
, spring-loaded BE 200 brake unit is designed for heavy-duty application, in particular for large drum and Blair winders as well as for the TruckLift winders.