, "Whither Innovation," 453, citing USAF, Strategic Master Plan, 28.
The association between memory and RF-EMF exposure in the 2012-2014 sample has been analyzed previously (Schoeni
(listing shoes, and marble); see also Schoeni
, supra note 5, at 370, n.2
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(16.) Dowd JB, Albright J, Raghunathan TE, Schoeni
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found that out-of-pocket medical expenditures of married older households in the final 2 years of life were equal to 30 percent of their annual income; for people in the lowest income quartile, that share was equal to approximately 70 percent.
4 (1994): 389-405; Nora Natchkova and Celine Schoeni
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(4.) Martin LG, Freeman VA, Schoeni
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Also, Doyle and Schoeni
 in 1994 expressed that Escherichia coli O157 does not resist the usual conditions of treatment of food, which would explain their weak development to 44,5[degrees]C.