Seer


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Seer

1. An obsolete Sri Lankan unit of volume approximately equivalent to 1.024 liters.

2. An obsolete unit of mass in India and elsewhere approximately equivalent to one kilogram.

3. An obsolete unit of mass in Afghanistan approximately equivalent to seven kilograms.
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He added using tractors on the highway such as Seer Construction Ltd had been doing was unacceptable: "They are wholly unsuitable as a means of circumventing the requirements of regulated heavy commercial goods.
AAIRs were the highest in the MECC countries (for IJ) (46.7 for males and 35.5 for females) and exceeded those of the SEER registries (36.5 and 27.3, respectively).In both sexes, AAIRs in Cyprus and IA were slightly lower to those in SEER, lower generally except slightly higher rate seen for females in IA (male, female: Cyprus, 34.1, 24.4; IA, 34.9, 29.0).
Analyses were controlled for several patient variables, including demographics (sex, age, and race), tumor site (stomach, small intestine, rectum, colon, and others), tumor size ([less than or equal to] 2cm, 2-5 cm, 5-10 cm, >10 cm, and unknown), SEER Stage (localized, regional, distant, and unknown), tumor grade (well-differentiated, moderately differentiated, poorly differentiated, undifferentiated, and not differentiated/ unknown), treatment (surgery, no surgery, and unknown), and marital status.
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There were allegations that the police were soft- pedalling the case, as the seer was well- connected with the political leaders.
Xurpas explained that the earn out amount "will serve as an incentive for Seer's management to continue to improve Seer's financial performance in the immediately succeeding years after the acquisition."
The most commonly used simplified methodologies for rating mixed systems are those based upon publicly available Q(95) and SEER of the matched systems (e.g., Domanski 1989).
Lifetime risks of cutaneous melanomas as a whole en tity was previously reported in the US, (3) which was 1.93% or 1-in-52 based on SEER data from 2005-2007.
2 to calculate the mixed system SEER. For each mixed system using the eight tested coils the measured SEER, calculated SEER, EER matched system, EER(95)mixed, and percent difference in SEER with respect to the measured SEER are presented.
During the meeting, Her Majesty was briefed by the Chairman of the Wadi Al Seer Women Association, Mrs.
The authors indicated the average SEER for 2009 shipments was about 13.9, up from 11.8 in 2005.