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Since 2010, NNB under the Stratum Nutrition brand, and ESM have operated with a shared sales team, as well as warehouse and shipping operations.
1] is the width of the natural arch; h1 is the distance from the centre of the natural arch to the coal stratum flooring; [h.
E-academy, established in 2000, is the only Microsoft-approved training provider in Wales and delivers training across the UK for individuals, businesses and government departments covering IT, business, and leadership & management Stratum was founded three years ago by Dr Alan Dowler and Clayton Watts.
Of the households that left the middle class, 57% fell to the bottom stratum and 42.
of Haifa) here considers families in the low stratum of Neo-Assyrian society, that is, people who were engaged in productive labor and did not own the means of production.
For patients who were initially in the next-to-lowest stratum of CD4 cell counts, a decline in CD4 cell count within six months after baseline was associated with a statistically significant increase in health care expenditures; the increased expenditures were accounted for mainly by medications other than antiretroviral drugs and hospitalizations.
The first stratum is made of hydrophobic fibers and a binder, while the second stratum is made of a binder and fibers selected from the group consisting of hydrophilic fibers, hydrophobic fibers, and mixtures thereof.
Nevertheless,, the specified method of dropping the certainty stratum and strata with high sampling rates from the denominator of the calculation does not represent good statistics and may even provide an incentive for bad sample design by discouraging some of the best methods of control of sampling variability, namely larger certainty and high sampling rate strata.
The lower stratum is always stronger and autonomous, but supplies the material for the higher level, which in turn has room for higher principles.
is](t) is a time-dependent vector of individual risk factors for the ith subject in the lth stratum in the sth community, and [phi], [beta], [theta] are vectors of unknown parameters representing the logarithm of the relative risks associated with a unit change in the within-community between-individual variation in personal exposure [[P.
On the other hand, a "stratified" sample consists of samples taken from each stratum within the population of interest[5,6].
For example, `breakfast cereal' is an item stratum and the Philadelphia-Washington metropolitan area is an index area; `breakfast cereal' in Philadelphia-Wilmington is an item stratum-index area combination.
Each stratum had its own characteristic forms of fossils, not found in other strata.
As an affiliate partner, Stratum Med has agreed to utilize exclusively Amerinet's national portfolio of contracts and Total Spend Management business intelligence solutions to help manage its members' combined annual spend of $70 million.
An absorbent, article, comprising a liquid-pervious topsheet, a foam-formed absorbent composite, with a first and second stratum and a transition zone intermediate and coextensive with the first and the second stratum.