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Factors often provide their clients four key services: information on the creditworthiness of their prospective customers domestic and international, and, in nonrecourse factoring, acceptance of the credit risk for " approved " accounts ; maintain the history of payments by customers ( i. e., accounts receivable ledger ); daily management reports on collections ; and, make the actual collection calls.
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Factors and often
Factors such as pregnancy, childbirth, aging, being overweight, and abdominal surgery such as cesarean section, often result in the weakening of the pelvic muscles.
Factors including the nature of the topography geochemistry and tectonics influence tailings facility design, such that " the difficulty in ensuring that a long-term maintenance plan can be sustained in perpetuity given the challenging conditions, combined with social demands on the customary lands often preclude any tailings storage facility development.
Factors influencing this decision are the optimal reach ( how many physicians to see ) and frequency ( how often to see them ) for each individual physician, how many patients suffer from that disease state, how many sales representatives to devote to office and group practice and how many to devote to hospital accounts if needed.
Factors and provide
Factors that might cause the tissue to grow in some women but not in others need to be studied, and some of the possible causes below may provide some explanation, e. g., hereditary factors, toxins, or a compromised immune system.
Factors and their
Factors that are known to cause variation in the levels of GH and IGF-1 in the circulation include an individuals genetic make-up, the time of day, their age, sex, exercise status, stress levels, genetics, nutrition level and body mass index ( BMI ), disease state, race, estrogen status and xenobiotic intake.
(" State of Flux ," " Maneuvers ") Also, in at least two different episodes in which they encountered civilizations that had technology which could shorten their journey home, " Prime Factors " and " Future's End ( Part II )," policies similar to the Prime Directive was cited as a basis for denying Janeway and her crew access to it.
Factors such as wealth and high population densities in cities forced the ancient Romans to discover new ( architectural ) solutions of their own.
Motivating The Factors: Perceptions of Justice and their Relationship with Managerial and Organizational Trust in Australia.
Factors including genetics, environment and random chance can all contribute to the variation between individuals in their observable characteristics ( in their " phenotypes ").
In addition, it activates Factors VIII and V and their inhibitor protein C ( in the presence of thrombomodulin ), and it activates Factor XIII, which forms covalent bonds that crosslink the fibrin polymers that form from activated monomers.
Factors hindering full-speed electronic collection include significant non-participation, entailing lines in manual lanes and disorderly traffic patterns as the electronic-and manual-collection cars " sort themselves out " into their respective lanes ; problems with pursuing toll evaders ; need, in at least some current ( barrier ) systems, to confine vehicles in lanes, while interacting with the collection devices, and the dangers of high-speed collisions with the confinement structures ; vehicle hazards to toll employees present in some electronic-collection areas ; the fact that in some areas at some times, long lines form even to pass through the electronic-collection lanes ; and costs and other issues raised when retrofitting existing toll collection facilities.
One new LEP has adopted the use of the 2008 VBT RR Tables as a replacement for proprietary multipliers, despite the fact that Relative Risk Factors are in their infancy and not designed for impaired life nor life settlement underwriting.
Factors aiding the Modoc included their excellent defensive position, steady patience, and the thick fog that obscured portions of the battlefield.
Factors irrelevant to the assessed material ( such as handwriting and clarity of presentation ) do not come into play in a multiple-choice assessment, and so the candidate is graded purely on their knowledge of the topic.
Factors that drive demand for medical services abroad in First World countries include: large populations, comparatively high wealth, the high expense of health care or lack of health care options locally, and increasingly high expectations of their populations with respect to health care.
Factors such as competence, honesty, ideology, and experience are in many ways a better method of judging a party or politician than their promises that may or may not be kept.
Factors weighing against them included their apparent presence in Kansas City at the time, eyewitness identifications ( which have been contested ), Richetti's fingerprint said to have been recovered from a beer bottle at Miller's hideout, an underworld account naming Floyd and Richetti as the gunmen, and Hoover's firm advocacy of their guilt.
Factors in this success were the recruitment of 2KO's Pat Barton to present their breakfast program, and Warwick Teece, whose Openline program was a huge success.
In order to assure Waterfield's collaboration with their capture of the Doctor and their experiments with the Human and Dalek Factors, the Daleks with the help of Theodore Maxtable took Victoria as a prisoner.
Factors associated with the increase of these conditions and illnesses appear to be, paradoxically, things which many people would regard as improvements in their lives.
Factors such as the high unemployment rate in the United States and smaller job markets have been used to explain the surge in the boomerang generation and Census data from 2008 showed that as many as 20 million 18-to 34-year-olds, 34 % of that age group, were living at home with their parents.
The model assesses the individual's relative independence and potential for independence in ALs ,( considering their lifespan, development, and the five key factors ( see Factors below )) on a continuum ranging from complete dependence to complete independence in order to determine what interventions will lead to increased independence as well as what ongoing support is or will be required to compensate for dependency.
Factors which lead to pines being targeted are a high resin content, loftiness, and their sharp needles which lend themselves to a high electrical discharge during a thunderstorm.
Factors and four
Factors in her defeat include her association with many of the government's more unpopular policies, such as the crucial 26 March 2003 vote on the war on Iraq, with The Times describing her in 2005 as " a fiercely loyal Labour MP, who has only rebelled against the Government in four out of 1570 votes.
The most recent edition of the Handbook of Psychotherapy Integration ( Norcross & Goldfried, 2005 ) recognized four general routes to integration: Common Factors, Technical Eclecticism, Theoretical Integration, and Assimilative Integration ( Norcross, 2005 ).
Factors and key
Factors VII, IX, and X all play key roles in blood coagulation and also share a common domain architecture.
Factors and services
Factors of production ( or productive ' inputs ' or ' resources ') are any commodities or services used to produce goods and services.
Factors make funds available, even when banks would not do so, because factors focus first on the credit worthiness of the debtor, the party who is obligated to pay the invoices for goods or services delivered by the seller.
Factors affecting this trend include fewer utilities offering load management services, declining enrollment in existing programs, the changing role and responsibility of utilities, and changing supply / demand balance.
Factors and information
Factors such as transcription may or may not be needed if the virus is able to integrate its genomic information in the cell's nucleus, or if the virus can replicate itself directly within the cell's cytoplasm.
Factors that distinguish health economics from other areas include extensive government intervention, intractable uncertainty in several dimensions, asymmetric information, barriers to entry, externalities and the presence of a third-party agent.
Factors with median loadings of greater than 0. 6 on Gc included verbal ability, language development, reading comprehension, sequential reasoning, and general information.
Factors and on
Factors which affect reproductive success are also important, an issue which Charles Darwin developed in his ideas on sexual selection.
Factors that affect reproductive success are also important, an issue that Charles Darwin developed in his ideas on sexual selection, for example.
University of Chicago economist Steven Levitt argues in his paper, Understanding Why Crime Fell in the 1990s: Four Factors that Explain the Decline and Six that Do not, that available data indicate that neither stricter gun control laws nor more liberal concealed carry laws have had any significant effect on the decline in crime in the 1990s.
" Factors include a lack of incentives for builders to redevelop older neighborhoods and limits on the ability of state planners to force local jurisdictions to approve high-density developments in " smart-growth " areas.
*" The Tactics of the Battle of Lepanto Clarified: The Impact of Social, Economic, and Political Factors on Sixteenth Century Galley Warfare "
Factors fostering selection include limits on resources ( nourishment, habitat space, mates ) and the existence of threats ( predators, disease, adverse weather ).
" Telepresence in Videocommunications: A Study on Stereoscopy and Individual Eye Contact ", Human Factors, June 1995, Vol. 37, No. 2, pg. 290, ISSN 0018-7208, Gale Document Number: GALE | A18253819.
The first user-subjective design scheme was developed and positively evaluated in a Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems paper published in 2009
" Extended Abstracts of the 2004 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems ( pp. 1598 – 1599 ), Vienna, Austria.
* Ryan Griffiths, " Globalization, Development and Separatism: The Influence of External and Internal Economic Factors on the Strategy of Separatism " Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ISA's 49th AAnnual Convention, Bridging Multiple Divides, Hilton San Francisco, San Francisco, USA, March 26, 2008 ( PDF ).
The bushmeat trade is considered by some antiglobalization activists to be one of many ways in which globalization affects life on the planet, due to the lumber trade ( as described in the Factors section above ).
The factored stresses referred to are found by applying Magnification Factors to the loads on the section.
Factors associated with loads are normally independent on the type of material involved, but can be influenced by the type of construction.