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Level

Used in the context of general equities. Price measure of an indication.
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The signal's sudden appearance and disappearance, coupled with the low background levels and wind patterns, suggest that the methane came from a small, localized source either within Gale crater or just outside and to the north of it.
These pipes over time will emit higher than background levels of radiation, which is where NORM can get dangerous.
What we have found is that background levels have increased and are increasing, and this should set alarm bells ringing.
The samples just over the known Trilogy resource carried gold values up to 10 times the background level (highest value was 96ppb Au).
The GOES flare data shows small flares in January and April during our night-time, but otherwise there is just a very low background level of X-ray flux.
This comprehensive and practical text, suitable for reference and classroom use, covers virtually every facet of the industry, from marketing to producing to getting into the Writers Guild of America, and also provides a legal overview of intellectual property, personal rights, financing and regulations at a background level.
Scaled to the real geometry the results obtained correspond to a fast neutron background level of [approximately equal to]5 %.
Aluminum is so common that all of us have some background level in our bodies.
A change in conductance signals that hydrogen, above the background level, is present.
Users enjoy differentiation between spot responses and background level.
Whilst the employment situation in is generally positive, the very high traffic flows in the Alpine Arc, the low background level of population and the relative economic weakness of certain Italian mountain areas constitute threats to the area covered by the programme.
Following background level measurements, each of the technologies will be tested against varying amounts of drugs concealed within mailing envelopes.

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