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ID

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for INDONESIA.

ID

A paper verifying a person's identity. Examples of IDs include birth certificates, passports, driver's licenses and government-issued cards. Some IDs may be issued by an organization other than a government, such as a school or workplace, but these IDs ordinarily are not accepted as authoritative.
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I am, at this moment, exerting my intelligence (such as it is) in your service, under the influence of a dose of laudanum, some ten times larger than the dose Mr.
You may remember, under the influence of the second dose of opium, the place in which you hid the Diamond under the influence of the first.
Ransome carried off two big doses to the men forward.
I went in to get it with the purpose of weighing out doses.
The low dose that suppressed aromatase in the rodents was comparable to exposures occurring in the general human population, Andrade's team reports in the Oct.
At 16 weeks, in the non-optimized group, patients who received the 200 mg dose of Reverset achieved:
You can't make a conclusion whether bisphenol A is going to be safe or harmful with current risk assessment models at these low doses," he says.
A physicist and dosimetrist work together to construct a beam arrangement that will deliver the desired therapeutic dose to the tumor volume while minimizing the amount of radiation that will be delivered to the adjacent normal tissues.
The multicenter study was undertaken to compare the emergency contraceptive efficacy of levonorgestrel and mifepristone, and to determine the feasibility of a single dose of levonorgestrel.
52 log reduction: possibly a higher dose could have helped others achieve greater than a one-log reduction.
One dose of mumps and rubella-containing vaccine required; mumps vaccine is not required for children 7 years of age and older.
In general, higher drug doses result in a greater opportunity for therapeutic benefit as long as the dose does not cause toxicity," said CytRx Chief Scientific Officer Jack Barber, Ph.