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Cure

To make good a default.

Cure

1. To correct an error.

2. To make a payment, either in full or in part, on a liability that is in default.
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7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- ResMed (NYSE:RMD) today announced it has completed the previously announced acquisition of Curative Medical, a leading provider of non-invasive ventilation and sleep-disordered breathing medical devices and accessories.
PROCEDURAL ERROR LAWYER ( RAJU RAMACHANDRAN): There is a procedural error in the listing of the dismissed curative petition which was pointed out by Justice Kurian Joseph as judges who heard the review plea were not part of the bench which heard the curative petition.
Amicure IC-322 curative was developed to help cure aliphatic isocyanates to address customers needs for high-performance topcoats with satin or low-gloss appearance.
In fact, using isobutyl aluminum hydride, we have succeeded in the rapid, highly selective, low environmental load production of various kinds of aldehydes as intermediate materials for curative medicines from various kinds of esters.
Moreover, only one-third of those with single lesions get potentially curative therapy, said Dr.
9) Moreover, because the goal of KS treatment is palliative and not curative, optimization of the antitumor and antiretroviral therapies is likely to provide for the best longer-term palliation and quality of life for affected persons.
1245-1(e)(2)(ii)(C)(2) provides that curative and remedial allocations generally reduce the contributing partner's share of depreciation or amortization and increase the noncontributing partners' shares of depreciation or amortization.
Yalom describes curative factors as an intricate interplay of various guided human experiences.
For example, at its outset, high-dose chemotherapy was presented and advocated as the only possible curative therapy for patients with metastatic or high-risk breast cancer.
Investment will position ResMed and Curative as the combined market leader in sleep-disordered breathing and respiratory care in China
The entire case took a fresh twist as the two judges -- Justice Anil R Dave and Justice Kurian Joseph, hearing Memon's petition questioning the validity of death warrant issued by the TADA court in Maharashtra, took divergent views during the hearing after which it asked Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi who represented the Maharashtra government to clarify on Tuesday the rules relating to curative petitions.
Curene urethane curatives include Curene 442 standard MBOCA-type material, Curene 185 for reduced hardness, and Curene 3005 liquid curative for polyester-based prepolymers.