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evaluation

A study of potential property uses, but not value.

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In addition, 17 ongoing process evaluation studies are scheduled to be completed next month.
The event will run until July 18, and will be devoted to recent reports prepared in the framework of evaluation studies with stakeholders representing the river basin countries - Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.
The Provantis system, which is available on a variety of platforms including Windows NT, Unix and VMS, better enables the exchange of data during safety evaluation studies at toxicology laboratories.
Six major validation or evaluation studies were conducted between 1991 and 1997 in different locations: in Europe, the European Commission/British Home Office study (Balls et al.
In most evaluation studies, the question in focus concerns the comparative effectiveness of various types of web based learning systems to traditional ones rather than the innovation of the delivery model itself and the factors, which may contribute to its effectiveness.
(OTCBB: BSYI), Laval, Quebec, has successfully completed pre-clinical safety and evaluation studies of one of its lead products, BST-GEL(TM), an injectable, thermo-sensitive hydrogel for therapeutics delivery.
Maintenance is partly dealt with by the local community, which has, according to post-occupancy evaluation studies, settled easily into the intricate network of courts and alleys.
The three principal chapters of the book, Chapters 3 through 5, consider, in turn, evaluation studies of active labor market programs in the United States; adult training and retraining programs in Sweden, Britain, Germany, Japan, Australia, and France; and the national employment services in Canada, the United States, and Sweden.
What are the content, teaching methods, evaluation studies, and problems of current programs?
Tremblay, who has performed nearly 20 machine evaluation studies over the past six months, comes down squarely in this minimalist camp.
The initial Title VII Part C statutory language and subsequent regulatory guidelines did not require the Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) to conduct formal program evaluation studies of the older blind independent having program data.

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