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Specific course-related resources are usually provided by the library, such as copies of textbooks and article readings held on ' reserve ' ( meaning that they are loaned out only on a short-term basis, usually a matter of hours ).
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Specific obligations to support compliance with the domestic legislation or regulatory requirements of the contracting party providing genetic resources, and contractual obligations reflected in mutually agreed terms, are a significant innovation of the Nagoya Protocol.
They can be formulated as SMART criteria: Specific, Measurable ( or at least evaluable ) achievement, Achievable ( recently Agreed-to or Acceptable are used regularly as well ), realistic ( given the current state of organizational resources ) and Time terminated ( bounded ).
The type of test used depends on many factors: Specific regulatory agency conducting the test, resources available, physical and chemical characteristics of the environment, type of toxicant, test species available, laboratory vs. field testing, end-point selection, and time and resources available to conduct the assays are some of the most common influencing factors on test design.
The process must be SMART ( Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Timebound ), scalable and proportionate to the risk and resources.
Specific technical resources are available to providers and researchers such as on Section 8 or housing vouchers ( portable vouchers )
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Specific exceptions are made for cases in which the addition of a period or comma could create confusion, such as the quotation of web addresses or certain types of data strings.
This is acknowledged by the American Institute for Conservation who advise " Specific admission requirements differ and potential candidates are encouraged to contact the programs directly for details on prerequisites, application procedures, and program curriculum ".
: Specific regions within a country or areas in dispute among countries, such as Kashmir, are not covered, but other areas of the world whose status is disputed, such as the Spratly Islands, have entries.
Specific regions of the chromatin are enriched at the nuclear membrane, while other regions are bound together by protein complexes.
Specific chemotherapeutic agents are associated with organ-specific toxicities, including cardiovascular disease ( e. g., doxorubicin ), interstitial lung disease ( e. g., bleomycin ) and occasionally secondary neoplasm ( e. g., MOPP therapy for Hodgkin's disease ).
Specific episodes are made easier to remember and recall by repeatedly exposing oneself to them ( which strengthens the links in the memory space ) allowing for faster retrieval when remembering.
Specific examples are speech compression and transmission in digital mobile phones, room correction of sound in hi-fi and sound reinforcement applications, weather forecasting, economic forecasting, seismic data processing, analysis and control of industrial processes, medical imaging such as CAT scans and MRI, MP3 compression, computer graphics, image manipulation, hi-fi loudspeaker crossovers and equalization, and audio effects for use with electric guitar amplifiers.
So far, franchise agreements are covered under two standard commercial laws: the Contract Act 1872 and the Specific Relief Act 1963, which provide for both specific enforcement of covenants in a contract and remedies in the form of damages for breach of contract.
Specific to the Islamic gardens are the mosaics and glazed tiles used to decorate the rills and fountains that were built in these gardens.
* 1959 – Specific values for the international yard, avoirdupois pound and derived units ( e. g. inch, mile and ounce ) are adopted after agreement between the U. S. A., the United Kingdom and other Commonwealth countries.
Specific commercially available op-amps and other components are then chosen that meet the design criteria within the specified tolerances at acceptable cost.
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Specific charities may exist to fund and operate bus transport, usually using specially modified mobility buses or otherwise accessible buses ( See Accessibility section ).
Specific impulse ( usually abbreviated I < sub > sp </ sub >) is a way to describe the efficiency of rocket and jet engines.
Specific ultra-fast comparators, like the LMH7322, allow input signal to swing below the negative rail and above the positive rail, although by a narrow margin of only 0. 2 V. Differential input voltage ( the voltage between two inputs ) of a modern rail-to-rail comparator is usually limited only by the full swing of power supply.
Specific neurological symptoms usually then follow, often in the form of parkinsonism ( cogwheel rigidity, bradykinesia or slowed movements and a lack of balance are the most common parkinsonian features ) with or without a typical hand tremor, masked facial expressions, slurred speech, ataxia ( lack of coordination ) or dystonia ( twisting and repetitive movements of part of the body ).
Specific passages in Paul's letters include, usually translated as: " when the fullness of time had come, God sent his Son, born of a woman, born under the law ".
Specific sequences are usually looked at to see whether they were copied verbatim from one of the individual's genome to the other.
Specific Grand unified theories ( GUTs ) can predict the grand unification energy but, usually, with large uncertainties due to model dependent details such as the choice of the gauge group, the Higgs sector, the matter content or further free parameters.
Specific performance is an order of a court which requires a party to perform a specific act, usually what is stated in a contract.
The relief of Specific Performance is an equitable relief which is usually remedial or protective in nature.
Specific criticism of the West, in the first years of the twentieth century, is usually taken as of the Old World of Europe, excluding therefore North America in particular.
Specific reasons for language change from German to the national language usually derive from the desire of many Germans to belong to their new communities after the end of World War II.
Specific procedures for seeding and pooling are established by the FIVB in each competition's formula, but the method usually employed is the serpentine system.
* Specific heat capacity, in physics, a substance's heat capacity per unit mass, usually denoted by the symbol c or s
Specific design elements are usually outside the scope of this document, although design standards may be referenced.
AICC specifications are usually designed to be general purpose ( not necessarily Aviation Specific ) so that learning technology vendors can spread their costs across multiple markets and thus provide products ( needed by the Aviation Industry ) at a lower cost.
Specific seating plans are usually allocated, depending on the performance and the size of its audience.
Specific activity is a measure of enzyme processivity, at a specific ( usually saturating ) substrate concentration, and is usually constant for a pure enzyme.