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arb

(ɑrb)
n. an arbitrageur; a market speculator. (Securities markets.) I wanted to be an arb, but it takes about forty million to get in the door.
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Moreover, ARB staff also noted that because of the sheer number of product categories that are regulated by PWMIR standards and those additional product categories for which ARB collected data, the board would be willing to work towards a bifurcated schedule--where the focus on the largest categories would be set for 2012, and then after finalizing those standards, focus on the remaining categories, and establish a later effective date for those.
Although experimental studies using cancer cell lines and mouse models have implicated the renin-angiotensin system in the regulation of cell proliferation, tumor growth, angiogenesis, and metastasis, and evidence shows that both angiotensin II type-1 blockade with ARB and direct stimulation of angiotensin II type-2 are capable of stimulating tumor angiogenesis in vivo, the authors wrote, "the relevance of these observations in human malignancy is largely unknown.
The new ARB regulation sets the stage for efforts next year to develop similar requirements for the hundreds of thousands of on-road trucks that travel on California's roads every day.
All claims data of hypertensive patients who were registered members of the participating medical scheme and received either an ACEI or an ARB in their hypertensive treatment regimen were included.
ARB CEO Nasser Al Abdulla said, "Amid this interesting growth phase of Qatar, and through this new venture, our aim is to deliver the highest level of brokerage services and standards which is in compliance with Islamic Shari'ah, that our customers have come to expect from the MAR brand over the years".
For this safety review, the FDA evaluated 31 randomized clinical trials, comparing patients taking an ARB to patients not taking an ARB, looking for the incidence of cancer.
Should we be concerned about all ARBs or a single drug, telmisartan?
The new compound is superior to the conventional ARB in that it demonstrates stronger anti-hypertension action, improves the insulin resistance, and decreases proteinuria.
According to the California Air Resources Board (ARB), the state's Scientific Review Panel and staffs of the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) and the ARB presented the board in 1998 with evidence on the health impacts of supporting the identification of diesel particulate as toxic.
But the ARB did not immediately place limits on truckers with sleeper cabs who leave their engines idling overnight to power, heat and cool sleeping areas.
While the ARB withdrew its accreditation, RIBA recommended certain conditions should be imposed on the school for improvement - but because the two bodies have to give one verdict, the harder line taken by the ARB resulted in accreditation being temporarily withdrawn.
An arb - or arbitrage - exists when there is a gap between two firms' spreads on the same event.
Generally, we think that any elevated level [of noxious gases] is potentially harmful" says an ARB spokesman, Jerry Martin.
The order requires the Japanese automaker to develop a repair plan that must be approved by ARB engineers.
ARB closed its thoughtfully chosen program as it had opened it, with a ballet that lets the ensemble run and run, Lila York's Rapture.