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Used in the context of general equities. Price measure of an indication.
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22, according to Brian Goetz, deputy director of the Depart The city of Portsmouth closed the Haven well at Pease International Tradeport in May 2014 after the Air Force found levels of perfluorooctane sulfonic acid, or PFOS, 12.
A recent study that looked at groundwater samples from more than 200 wells across New York State found levels of naturally-occurring methane high enough to warrant monitoring or other actions in nine percent of the water samples tested, according to U.
A recent sampling of water from Biscayne Bay found levels of Tritium, a rare hydrogen isotope linked to nuclear power production to be 215 times higher than normal.
A division of the Centers for Disease Control found levels of arsenic, lead and PAHs that "could harm people's health," mostly after long-term exposure, in soil samples taken near the35th Avenue EPA Superfund Site in North Birmingham, AL.
The survey found levels of trust in medical helplines declines with age among Brits.
A study by Oral-B found levels of plaque are rising again while NHS figures show almost 26,000 children aged five to nine are admitted to hospital with tooth decay per year - a rise of 14 per cent in three years.
Carmarthenshire council has now recommended that parents check the products comply with European guidelines after findings from trading standards teams across the UK had found levels of phthalates were well above the recommended amount.
Officials from the state Department of Environmental Protection tested the suspect samples and found levels of chlorine in some were as much as 700 times higher than would be expected.
A toxin, mercury is found in nearly all fish, but tests on resident northern pike minnow in the Rogue found levels 10 times higher than state standards.
He found levels of several antioxidant proteins peak in the middle of the day in healthy mice.
The World Meteorological Organisation's annual Greenhouse Gas Bulletin also found levels of methane and nitrous oxide reached record levels in 2012.
After January 2012, when Consumer Reports ran tests on 88 samples of apple juice from a number of manufacturers and found levels as high as 25 ppb in some samples, instrument developers at PID Analyzers took a second look at the problem of detecting ppb levels of arsenic in foods.