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SA

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for SAUDI ARABIA.
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Sa

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Saudi bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Saudi Arabia. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Saudi Arabia. Each Saudi province has its own code with the prefix "SA." For example, the code for the Province of Riyadh is ISO 3166-2:SA-01.

3. An abbreviation for a number of corporate structures, including Sociedad Anonima (Spanish) and Societe Anonyme (French).
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The total absorption surface area per 1cm2 of each rumen tissue was calculated by summation of total inner papillary area and total papillary surface area.
Caption: Most of the advantages associated with micro-diameter arrow shafts are directly related to their reduced surface area compared to standard-diameter shafts.
Even when the computerized methods were used, the estimated surface area of the digitized object is slightly different from that of the original object [24].
Thus a loss of root height by one half left only 38 % of the remaining root surface area although this relationship is not directly proportional (Rosenstiel et al, 2000).
Composition Si[O.sub.2] Th[O.sub.3] [Fe.sub.2][O.sub.3] MgO wt% 1.2 89.8 0.54 0.84 Composition S[O.sub.3] CaO Ti[O.sub.2] [Na.sub.2]O wt% 0.15 0.41 0.022 0.31 Table 2: Effect of time on the surface area of aluminium dross at temperature of 25 [degrees] C and concentration of NaOH at 1%.
Running totals of total surface area, expSA, volume, and weight were kept for analysis.
To determine the surface area, solid samples are pretreated by applying some combination of heat, vacuum, and/or flowing gas to remove adsorbed contaminants acquired (typically water and carbon- dioxide) from atmospheric exposure.
Be sure to have them explain the procedure they created for how they determined the volume (V) and surface area (SA) and show their calculations for how they solved the problem.
A formula exists to calculate the permanent wound surface area necessary in the chest of animals to cause sufficiently fast haemorrhaging for rapid animal collapse.
A more accurate, and more detailed, method of determining potential stencil print performance is the surface area ratio (FIGURE 2).