5 per cent that borrowers at Halifax, part of the same group, revert
Counting the number of cells, they found that the loss of Jak-STAT caused fewer cells to revert
to stem cells; only 60% of testes regained stem cells compared to 97% of normal Jak-STAT-containing testes.
Based on the UK-wide New Muslim Project set up in 1993 the NMPW - an off-shoot of the Islamic Social Services Association Wales, based in the Unity Centre, Loudoun Square - aims to find and reach out to Muslim reverts
across Wales who may be isolated and in need of support.
The virus did tend to revert
to more drug-susceptible strains in two thirds of the treatment-interruption patients.
This restriction did not result in any benefit for the taxpayer, and the patent could not revert
to the taxpayer.
If the amine reverts
back to a liquid, it is necessary to increase amine consumption during the curing cycle and to increase the purge time to assure that no residual amine odor is retained in the core after it is ejected from the corebox.
Since Kinross will foot the cleanup bill before the property reverts
back to the Crown, why not generate some economic value from it, Cooper says.
You press a button to revert
or see the hard drive as it appeared at that time.
The second NIC can be installed after the fact so that if there are any problems, you can always revert
back to that famous "Last known good configuration.
In addition, if the stock were issued with a forfeiture provision, upon forfeiture the stock would revert
to the transferring corporation.
When all bonds mature or taken over by the county, ownership of the system will automatically revert
to the county.
District Nazim said that keeping in view of the issue of parents and students we met with the KP minister for Education Atif Khan and requested him that district Battagram is backward area with poor literacy rate, if government would not revert
the orders of merger of low enrollment schools it would badly affect our students and parents, adding he said.