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Thresholds for flavor volatiles may vary widely in more complex matrices, such as milk, gels or fruit slurries.
These thresholds generally achieve a greater degree of stability in the formation of governments in parliament.
They have negotiated the thresholds for 77 economic activities and 9 groups of professions.
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The existence of thresholds should be a key concern of scientists and natural resource managers," she added.
Speech audiometry results and pure-tone thresholds help otologists determine the level of hearing dysfunction and select the appropriate hearing aids for individual patients.
The FAR councils have adopted a final rule increasing various procurement thresholds to account for inflation.
But a Treasury spokesman said: "No previous administration has ever linked tax thresholds, including inheritance tax thresh olds, to price movements of any particular asset such as housing.
Updates policy on contractor earned value management systems (EVMS) to revise the contract dollar thresholds at which EVMS requirements are applied and to eliminate requirements for contractors to submit cost/schedule status reports.
2003-61, there are five thresholds a requesting spouse must meet for consideration of equitable relief under Sec.
Food and Drug Administration has created the Threshold Working Group to examine approaches that could be used to establish thresholds below which manufacturers would not be required to list food allergens.
We establish 3 dynamic thresholds separating 4 classes of disease outcomes, spillover, apparent multihost, true multihost, and potential emerging infectious disease; describe possible disease emergence scenarios; outline the population dynamics of each case; and clarify existing terminology.