From the spring of 2004 on, the world has confronted a genuine constraint, one not related to crude oil but to refining capacity
For a change, not much new tissue capacity
is planned for 2005 and beyond in North America.
Therefore, individual differences in DNA repair capacity
may influence the risk of developing cancer.
While the number of components in the library remains relatively fixed, the type of drives, media, and storage racks are varied to yield the desired performance, capacity
, and cost levels.
As Chinese paper makers continue to add capacity
, the demand for mixed paper has jumped.
management decisions are one of the most important areas in which the industry's conventional wisdom needs to change.
Three factors can contribute to a service provider's need for more access tandem switch capacity
in their network: continued growth in wireless voice traffic, the large base of Internet dial-up users staying online longer and long distance calls that must access their local network.
The development of functional assessment instruments to evaluate a person's decision making capacity
represents the most recent approach for addressing issues concerning informed consent for persons with disabilities (Marlett, 1984; Tor & Sales, 1994).
The Federal Reserve will publish revisions of its measures of industrial production (IP), capacity
utilization, and industrial use of electric power on January 7, 1997.
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As a supply reference tool, the report contains Growell's comprehensive capacity
investigations and forecasts.
To achieve the required capacity
and performance targets, SDLT II media incorporates a broad range of enhancements.
The task of building scientific capacity
for any nation is daunting, involving much more than training a handful of scientists and sending them back to their countries.
Kimberly-Clark in the United States has gone one step further by expanding the development of its uncreped through-air-dried (UCTAD) technology and adding new capacity
Estimates are that during periods of steady improvement in technology, productive capacity
increases by four times for each two years of improvement.