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Leading

Strategy used by a firm to accelerate payments, normally in response to exchange rate expectations.
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The Department of Health and Human Services named lead poisoning as the leading environmental health problem affecting children, documenting 250,000 diagnosed cases in children under six.
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Wong, a professor in the School of Materials Science and Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology who is regarded by many in the field as the leading researcher in this new technology.
use of leaded gasoline--believed to be the leading source of lead in children -- means average childhood lead levels should be declining.
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Murice Law recovered for the Golden Knights at the 3-yard line, leading up to the game-winning play.
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The authors point out that the study is limited by a low participation rate of control subjects (41%) in providing tissue samples, although a much higher percentage completed the questionnaire, leading to concerns about selection bias and contributing to imprecision in the statistical evaluation of relationships.
The government acted because lead poisoning has become ``a leading public health problem in Mexico,'' said Dr.