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Level

Used in the context of general equities. Price measure of an indication.
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Insulin is a vital medication taken by people with diabetes to keep blood sugars levels down at a stable level.
Worker Chris Simms, who has been finding and fixing leaks across Warwickshire for more than 18 years, said: "We take leakage very seriously and we want to bring leakage levels down as much as possible so that water isn't wasted.
To keep homocysteine levels down, de Jager said, people should eat more meat, fish and green vegetables, and reduce consumption of alcohol, which is known to deplete the body of vitamin B12.
Renault says the third generation Laguna will have cleaner engines across the range including a new version of the 1.5-litre dCi 110 diesel with CO2 levels down to 120g/km - almost a ten per cent improvement over the current engine.
Eating small amounts of dark chocolate--emphasis on small to avoid overdoing calories--may provide a tasty, sensual way to help keep CRP levels down and CVD risk under control.
Study participants who used a sulfonylurea drug to get their blood sugar levels down had a 15 percent reduced risk of heart attack and were 13 percent less likely to die than those who tried to control glucose levels with diet and exercise alone.
A SHOPWATCH scheme has helped keep crime levels down.
The military already has committed to reducing the size of the force from 19 to 15 combat brigades by July, bringing troop levels down from 160,000 to 130,000 troops - the level before the "surge" troop hike that was launched a year ago.
The 3500 can measure signal levels down to -136dBm and its operation includes span ranges of 10kHz to 5MHz and an effective resolution bandwidth down to 19Hz.
Another study, carried out by researchers at the University of Bristol, has put the recent unexplained sharp increase in C[O.sub.2] levels down to a reduction in the ability of plants and the soil to absorb the gas.
In order to keep toll levels down, the Government is also contributing pounds 123m in Private Finance Initiative credits over the 30-year concession period.