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Lot 1: ear plugs OAE testing - the reference number 80 pcs., On demand content can be exceeded by 30 per cent .; 2.
In the daytime the equivalent noise level limit (NLL) was exceeded by 5 dBA in the 1st measurement location and by 8 dBA in the 2nd one; a high NLL excess in the 2nd measurement location was predetermined by the traffic of 1 020 cars and 98 heavy vehicles within the measurement time.
3), in the daytime the maximum NLL was exceeded by 15 dBA in the 3rd measurement location, in the evening the maximum NLL was exceeded by up to 19 dBA, and at night the maximum NLL was exceeded by up to 11 dBA.
In the daytime the equivalent NLL was exceeded by 2 dBA in the 1st measurement location and by 3 dBA in the 3rd measurement location where the noise level was predetermined by the traffic of 940 cars and 46 heavy vehicles.
5), in the daytime the maximum NLL was exceeded by up to 11 dBA, in the evening the maximum NLL was exceeded by up to 18 dBA, and at night the maximum NLL was exceeded by up to 13 dBA.
The first 2 measurement locations are distinguished by heavier traffic with 1 060 and 993 cars, and 102 and 111 heavy vehicles having passed them, where the NLL was exceeded by 6 dBA and 8 dBA, respectively.
In the evening, Ramygala street had the traffic of 1 058 cars and 87 heavy vehicles in the 1st and 1 168 cars and 92 heavy vehicles in the 2nd measurement locations; the NLL in the 1st measurement location was exceeded by 12 dBA, and in the 2nd measurement location--by 14 dBA, while a high excess of the NLL was predetermined by a high traffic intensity.
At night the NLL was exceeded by 3dBA only in the 1st and 2nd measurement locations, which was predetermined by the traffic of 234 and 239 cars, and 46 and 45 heavy vehicles, respectively; whereas in the 3rd and 4th measurement locations the NLL was not exceeded.
7), in the daytime the maximum NLL was exceeded by 8 to 29 dBA, in the evening the maximum NLL was exceeded by 8 to 21 dBA, and at night the maximum NLL was exceeded by 4 dBA to 12 dBA.
At night the NLL was exceeded by a maximum of 3 dBA in the 1st measurement location.
9), in the daytime the maximum NLL was exceeded by 13 dBA, in the evening the maximum NLL was exceeded by up to 14 dBA and at night by 10 dBA.
In the daytime the NLL was exceeded by 2 dBA in the 1st and by 4 dBA in the 2nd measurement locations.
In the evening the NLL was exceeded by 4 dBA in the 1st and by 5 dBA in the 2nd measurement locations.
In addition, state survey agencies exceeded by 1.8% the federal government's requirement that they conduct at least 10% of nursing home surveys during off-hours.
If the current EPA reference doses for the two pesticides were increased by 10-fold, as recommended by the FQPA to provide a child safety factor for certain pesticide risk assessments, those limits would have been exceeded by most of the children with detectable metabolites in this study.