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plat

A plan or survey map of a parcel of land.Developers file subdivision plats showing block and lot numbers, the dimensions and locations of individual lots, and the dimensions and locations of dedicated streets. Legal descriptions for properties within the subdivision are then made by reference to the recorded plat,such as “Lot 2,Block 3 of Harper Downs II as recorded in Plat Book 213,Page 82, of the Judge of Probate of Jefferson County,Alabama.”

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Experiments on the stabilities of 1,4-BD and TPA were also carried out in a 50-mL stainless steel batch autoclave reactor in HCW.
More and more, we see TPA firms moving upmarket and being asked to work alongside recordkeepers and advisers to some larger plans than would traditionally have sought out the services of a TPA," Shelton says.
Document the TPA candidate review, preserve any information or documents that were received or considered as part of the selection process, and memorialize in writing the decision and reasoning behind the decision-making process.
However, not all TPAs are created equal, and many of them will not want to help their employers embrace the free market in medicine because it may hurt their own bottom line.
Bernstein: A well-rounded TPA should be able to handle any type of matter that comes across their desk.
The separated sera were used for measurement of TPA and IL-6 concentration using two enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) kits one for TPA detection was supplied by DRG instruments GmbH Germany The other ELISA kit for IL-6 detection supplied by RayBiotech Inc.
To determine the effect of silibinin on TPA-induced growth arrest of cancer cells, we pretreated cells with various concentrations of silibinin prior to 10 nM TPA treatment in MDA-MB231 cells.
The days of more third-party administrators are long gone," said Joe Boures, president of Specialty Risk Services (8RS), the large TPA subsidiary of The Hartford, the Connecticut-based life and property/casualty insurance giant.
A problem will only arise if Bush sends Congress a final agreement without having TPA because then Congress can pick it apart instead of putting it to a simple Yes or No vote as happens under TPA.