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When a parent-subsidiary relationship exists between two companies in different countries using different currencies, the act or practice of changing the financial statements of the subsidiary to conform to the accounting standards of the parent's country, as well as re-denominating the subsidiary's currency into the parent's currency. According to the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles in the United States, the translation of a foreign currency to U.S. dollars must be accurate as of the date on the financial statement. If there have been substantial changes to the exchange rate since that date, the consolidated financial statement must note this.

translation

The expression of amounts denominated in one currency in terms of another currency by using the rate at which two currencies are exchanged. For example, a firm with foreign operations might express sales made in German marks in terms of U.S. dollars. Also called foreign currency translation.
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Translationally controlled tumor protein is a novel heat shock protein with chaperone-Iike activity.
Gene silencing of translationally controlled tumor protein (TCTP) by siRNA inhibits cell growth and induces apoptosis of human prostate cancer cells.
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Wilczynska et al., "Translationally repressed mRNA transiently cycles through stress granules during stress," Molecular Biology of the Cell, vol.
In conclusion, whereas (5) has the customary form of an impedance boundary condition valid for thin screens, its use in the present context is unconventional since the metasurface is not translationally invariant.
In contrast, Yoshida and Takakura [12] and Urankar [13] calculated that vertical damping is always positive when a conducting coil is translationally moved above a conducting sheet.
Although we did not measure the association of eIF4E with either 4EBP1 or eIF4G in this study, numerous studies with animals have shown that an increase in the abundance of the active forms of 4EBP1 is accompanied by increased association of eIF4E with 4EBP1 and decreased association of eIF4E with eIF4G to form the translationally active eIF4F complex [34-38].
The research also revealed that downregulation of Amd1 was necessary for differentiation of ESCs into neural precursor cells and that Amd1 is translationally regulated by a micro-RNA (miRNA), the first ever demonstration of miRNA-mediated regulation of the polyamine pathway.
The Translationally Controlled Tumor Protein Is a Novel Calcium Binding Protein of the Human Placenta and Regulates Calcium Handling in Trophoblast Cells.
It is necessary to clarify that the term "counterparts" denotes a graduated scale of equivalence that is directly dependent on the context: "Whether a certain lexical unit in the target language is translationally equivalent to a lexical unit in the source language depends to a great deal on the context, which also consists of lexical units" (Teubert, 1996: 241-248).
Among the topics are orthogonal polynomials spanning a non-standard flag, the supersymmetric spectra of two planar integrable quantum systems, solvable rational extension of translationally shaped invariants potentials, explicit higher-dimension Darboux transformations for the time-dependent Schrodinger equation, and elliptic beta integrals and solvable models of statistical mechanics.

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