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Leigh-Anne Baker, Cargill's CHRO, tells us that her company is "too big, too diverse, and too complex to attempt alignment across more than a few critical corporate center-led guideposts.
Alignment Healthcare offers HMO plan options to California residents through the Alignment Health Plan, and partners with select health plans in North Carolina and Florida to help deliver better benefits at lower costs.
Multiple linear regression analysis was applied, where dependent variables were determined by postoperative coronal alignment of the lower extremities, and independent variables were set as the coronal prosthetic alignment on the femoral and tibial sides.
As for Type 6 solder pastes and what they mean for alignment specifications, well, you can do the math.
Pointing accuracy will be lousy, though, so you'll quickly realize you need to re-do the alignment routine.
REPAIR&REVISIONING/REPLACEMENT OF DISCHARGING DEVICE - ROTARY DRUM&GEARBOX INCL ALIGNMENT,
Piezoelectric motors, vibration-assisted machining, vibrotransportation as well as vibratory alignment all of them are based on distinctive effect of vibrations on an object or work piece.
Before training began, a physical therapist (PT) performed a series of tests to determine whether either dancer had any physical limitations that might interfere with improvements in pelvic alignment.
In addition, fifty scattered scan points were selected for each different alignment and their Cartesian coordinates were used as nominal values for the inspection by a CMM.
Haig (linguistics, Christian-Albrechts-Universitat, Kiel, Germany) reports findings from an historical analysis of alignment change in Iranian, based on research conducted by the author over the past decade.
As close as today's scope and firearms manufacturers have come in the elimination of tolerance errors, scope-ring alignment should be a fundamental part of scope mounting.
Friction, heat build-up, mold wear, and part-quality problems are all said to be minimized by a new Greaseless Mold Carrier and Alignment System (GMCAS) from Holmes Engineering, LLC, Lawrence, Kan.