teachers for business education, family & consumer science and health
Stem-to-stem shutoff eliminates
stringing and drool.
The new CDC study, says Willett, "took only half-hearted measures to exclude people with chronic disease." It didn't eliminate
people who knew they were ill.
This add-on eliminates
data entry and improves cash management, by completely automating the tenant billing process.
It is impossible to eliminate
all toxins in our environment.
As a complement to screening, Alford and many other scientists are pursuing technologies that will eliminate
, or at least reduce, a variety of pathogens that might get into the blood supply or therapeutic products derived from blood.
The "green school" is a new design concept that will help eliminate
some of these problems with IAQ.
Most processors collect these items manually now, but a computer-controlled system can eliminate
the human mathematical errors that can occur.
Aggressively using their combined cash flow to eliminate
debt also helped the couple eliminate
about $10,000 in credit card and other debt shortly after the wedding.
AMT, the client should sell enough stock before year-end to cause the regular tax to equal, but not exceed, tentative minimum tax.
Abstract: Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH 2010), a five-year demonstration project is part of the DHHS response to the President's race initiative and goal for 2010 to eliminate
disparities in health status experienced by racial and ethnic minority populations in sixpriority areas.
The American Medical Association (AMA) has adopted a policy urging hospital administrators to eliminate
mercury-containing devices such as blood pressure monitors from their facilities.
She has also inspired countless individuals, including myself, through her writing, her activism, and her life, to stand up for what we believe in and to take steps to eliminate
injustice and inequality in our community, country or world.
proposal to eliminate
trade tariffs for lumber and other forest products.