Trigger List


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Trigger List

A list of materials that could be used in the manufacture of nuclear weapons. Trigger List materials cannot be exported to non-nuclear states except under the guidance and supervision of the International Atomic Energy Agency.
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We run two experiments for trigger list acquisition.
Gathering such trigger list will need exploration of almost whole thesaurus following association links, meronymy link, and hyponymy (is-a) links.
Introduced by Experian in 2005, a basic trigger list includes the names and contact information of people who've recently applied for a mortgage.
With the development of trigger lists in the next decade, this process changed dramatically.
We doubt that a correction will be large or lengthy, not least because missing from the trigger list above is the likelihood of renewed economic weakness.
Even in rural areas the level of the trigger list for BT to consider offering broadband started to drop from, say, 500 users, to 150.
Chow time rates pretty high on the trigger list too.
The ongoing development of the Trigger List helped students strengthen the skills of anger identification as well as recognize and verbalize the thoughts accompanying their anger.
For example, the Trigger List (see Table 1) as well as the How My Anger was Managed List (see Table 2) were more extensive.
Once again, the usual offending agents triggering problems are basically airborne and resemble the asthma trigger list.
International Economic Markets Return to Top of Investors' Trading Trigger List Followed by Unemployment and Consumer Spending Concerns
In fact, Burrows has developed suggested or introductory trigger lists for many of these industries to help them understand how best to use the service.