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STC

Said to Contain. In shipping, a term in which a carrier (shipper) accepts packages for transport but does not verify their contents. Depending on the international convention used, a carrier accepting goods on an STC basis may only be legally liable for the number of packages, rather than the value of the contents. This is especially important in the event of a lawsuit or insurance claim. STC is also called shipper's load and carry (SL&C) or said to weigh (STW).
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c) STW 5 treated groups, consisting of rats treated orally with STW 5 in doses of 5 or 10 ml/kg for one week.
The reduction of the usual weekly hours worked, as well as STW, each had a larger effect, and reduced the annual working time by around 13.
Opponents of STW programs feared that such programs might lure brighter students to enroll in less academically rigorous curricula than would be the case otherwise.
Today, there is evidence across the nation that STW has integrated workplace competencies, many based on the SCANS report, in classrooms, core academic subjects, and state standards.
Stanley Weiner, CEO of STW Resources, said, "We are standing on top of an ocean of brackish water and producing billions of barrels of unusable water associated with oil and gas production.
STW 5 is indicated in the therapy of motility-related diseases of the gastrointestinal tract (Allescher and Wagner 2007: Raedsch et al.
In addition to helping students think about and plan for the future, the findings indicate that STW participation helps students become more mature and adds to their psychological development, because the students acquire a greater understanding of the importance of school.
Johnson & Associates Adds Water Experts, Chemists, and Process Design Engineers to Increase STW Resources' Water Treatment Capabilities
Conclusion of a loan agreement in 2015 for the financing of infrastructure projects in the STW Group.
Here, we report in vitro data revelling the effect and mode of action of the aqueous willow bark extract STW 33-1 as well as a water-soluble fraction (fraction E [Fr E]) in comparison with well-known non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) like aspirin (ASA) and diclofenac (Diclo) on pro-inflammatorily activated human monocytes and differentiated macrophages.