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Ort

A Norwegian unit of weight approximately equivalent to a kilogram.
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Finally, some attendees, including Next Geners, traveled to Forest Hills Queens, NY for a special tour of Bramson ORT College.
By presenting a scenario of two people requesting ORT treatment and the task of choosing the person to receive treatment first, clinicians were stimulated to use their clinical judgment on the situation, allowing exploration of how this was applied.
Ort said: "The SoyFACE experiment and historical data recorded over the past 10 years both indicate that for every additional one part per billion of ozone, soybean yields will decrease 1.
An ICU ORT was implemented using existing critical care resources.
T rained by Curtis throughout his relatively brief career, Brostaig Ort was a thorough stayer who struck up a lucrative association with Tom Doyle, in the plate every time he made the frame.
Once this analysis has been completed, it is time to move on to the main focus of our project--the redesign of the ORT process.
It's a high-end gift collectibles line," explained Ort, adding that the line already has a customer base consisting of consumers who have been loyal Kenneth Jay Lane costume jewelry wearers.
ORT also reported that Sigachev contacted leaders of the Japanese AUM organization to prepare for the terror attack in the fall of 1999 and received funds to buy explosives, machine guns and handguns.
The PPS process is an attempt to reduce costs, as is the ORT process.
Greenough, who spent many years treating infants and mothers in developing countries, considers rice-based ORT solutions superior to the glucose-based products.
The number of episodes in the first two years of life also affects fitness, cognitive function, and school performance," said Richard Chin, MD and CEO of iOWH, "As vital as ORT has been to saving lives, we need to do more to get at the ways diseases, such as cholera, kill.