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This action is intended to provide the system design community with broader access to comprehensive UML editing capabilities, encouraging advancement to powerful executable and translatable model-driven development.
KARACHI -- Due to the efforts of Program Management and Implementation Unit of Sindh Basic Education Program, Sindhi Language has attained status of translatable language in 102 international languages of the world on Google translate.
ArunA's novel human stem cell-based systems recapitulate the human brain condition and could potentially reduce animal model use with translatable human high throughput screening in a dish.
This event focuses on a series of values translatable via awareness programs, including Parents Foster Homes programs, medical checkups, introductory corner of (Al-Bir Project), His Highness' Corner for Young Women to reinforce lofty ideals and provide consultation for family members and also the Productive Families' Corner.
Cui chaired the early development team for compounds in the clinic and also served as head of the hypertension exploratory biomarker group for identifying and developing preclinical and translatable biomarkers in cardiovascular diseases.
And if the results obtained by researchers at Karolinska Institute prove translatable to humans, they study can open the way for new therapies for stroke and myocardial infarction.
These arc attributes readily translatable to Europe.
In so doing, they decided not to limit themselves to showing younger artists (as is Manifesta's tradition) and also bypased overtly political art in favor of what Gioni calls "works that refused to be immediately translatable or transparent .
The rules state that if a surname or place name is translatable into English then that alternative must be used.
The General Register Office rules state that if a surname or place name is translatable into English, then the alternative must be used.
SIR - A great deal of wind is generated on your Letters page, none of which is translatable into power.
Little girls usually aren't encouraged to go out and ride their bikes the same way that boys are,'' Griffis said, ``and a lot of the skills you need in mountain biking are a lot more translatable to BMX (bicycle moto-cross) than to road biking.
It also shows that modem Turkish literature is translatable - and that, fortunately, first-rate American, British, and Turkish translators are doing justice to it.
It was an intresting concept-- interesting and translatable.
Alice adds, "Clients who have used and previewed the environment have called the data management and analytics that fuze enables, 'game changing'; offering real value and translatable efficiencies within their everyday business processes.