Patent restrictions can block or greatly
slow research and development of better treatments--threatening the lives and health of everyone, even the richest, as no amount of money can quickly buy treatments and data that have never been created.
Agilent's time-to-money operating system greatly
reduces test program and fixture development time compared with traditional ICT systems," said Jack Trautman, president of Agilent's Automated Test Group.
Many of the large balers built today are virtually self-operating, greatly
reducing labor costs.
reduces unnecessary proliferation and replication of work.
The Cardinal's spokesman said that he was greatly
honoured by the invitation, regarding it as "a further sign of the Queen's own determination to promote ecumenical relations within the nation.
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facilitate the use of all biometric technologies by those who develop, operate, and administer biometric solutions.
This trend has been driven primarily by a greatly
reduced total cost of ownership (TCO) when compared to direct-attached or SAN-attached storage.
Both books greatly
enlarge our knowledge of Bernardino, the late-medieval and early Renaissance urban sermon, and their audiences.
The smooth core surface greatly
reduces erosion, and the tiny average (5 micron) pore size greatly
limits metal penetration.
He correctly explains that while consisting of some similar military elites, Masonry and the Society of the Cincinnati greatly
differed, for the Craft, which didn't have a political agenda and wasn't sharply renounced, emerged during the late 1780s as an encompassing and a respected movement.
263A costs (additional tax over book depreciation), the actual absorption ratio for the year at issue greatly
exceeded the HAR used.
Elmendorf tear strength was greatly
increased in the TD, though it was reduced in the MD.
Western explorers and anthropologists who trekked to the harsh lands of northern Alaska and Canada early in this century made a disturbing observation: Boys greatly
outnumbered girls in the various Eskimo communities known as Inuit, apparently reflecting the widespread practice of killing girls at birth or shortly thereafter.