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Specific and obligations
** Section IV: Specific types of obligations

Specific and support
Specific customization is available as part of an enterprise support contract.
Specific uses were forecast for each of the military services, including navigation satellites for the Navy ; reconnaissance, communications, and meteorological satellites for the Army and Air Force ; support for Air Force manned missions ; and surface-to-surface logistics supply for the Army at distances up to 6400 km.
Specific IgE testing is the proven test for allegry detection ; evidence does not show that indiscriminate IgE testing or testing for immunoglobulin G ( IgG ) can support allergy diagnosis.
" Specific uses were forecast for each of the military services, including navigation satellites for the Navy ; reconnaissance, communications, and meteorological satellites for the Army and Air Force ; support for Air Force manned missions ; and surface-to-surface logistics supply for the Army at distances up to 6400 kilometers.
Specific cases, such as that of patient ML, support the evidence that severe blows to the head can cause the onset of RA.
Specific units might include mechanised infantry, support groups ( e. g. fire or medical support ), the combination of which allows independent action by the group on a variety of tasks.
Specific services include the fueling of US Air Force planes, Fire Fighting, Dining Facility ( Food Services ), Occupational Health, Ambulance Services, Communications, Postal Services, Safety, Civil Engineering, Lodging, Library, Fitness Center Equipment Maintenance, & Life Guard / Pool Services ), Logistics Support Services, Contingency / Exercise Support, and limited support of the Zaragoza Air Base controlled by the Spanish Air Force.
* Specific support for using an intermediate storage device, such as a removable flash disc, to synchronize two machines.
His opponents were General Specific ( who had Lady Richington's financial support ), who agreed to run because the previous Mayor out-lawed sheep hunting ; and Sheep, who wanted to be sure the ban on sheep hunting wouldn't be lifted.
Specific activities that may occur to support the assessment of the key controls above include:
Specific functional responsibilities of the Council of Ministers included directing and planning the national economy ; solving problems growing out of membership in the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance ( Comecon — see Appendix B ); coordinating and implementing social policy decisions that have been agreed upon with the support and concurrence of the Free German Trade Union Federation ( Freier Deutscher Gewerkschaftsbund -- FDGB ); instructing and controlling subordinate levels of government, i. e., the councils at district, county, and community levels that implemented the laws and decisions of the central government ; improving the functioning of the system of " democratic centralism " within the state apparatus ; and carrying out the basic foreign policy principles of the socialist state.

Specific and compliance
Specific advisory services and areas of expertise include: Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, mergers and acquisitions advice, tax, and business valuations.

Specific and with
Specific staining by DEAE-cellulose treated Af and Af, although clearly distinguishable under the microscope from either nonspecific staining or autofluorescence of cells, was not satisfactorily photographed to show such differences in spite of many attempts with black and white and color photography.
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 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.
Specific enhancements were made to add channel hopping and a variable time slot option compatible with ISA100. 11a.
Specific objects or even days can be holy, but they derive holiness from being connected with God — the seventh day, the tabernacle, and the priests all derive their holiness from God.
Specific examples of services which warrant the Purple Heart include any action against an enemy of the United States ; any action with an opposing armed force of a foreign country in which the Armed Forces of the United States are or have been engaged ; while serving with friendly foreign forces engaged in an armed conflict against an opposing armed force in which the United States is not a belligerent party ; as a result of an act of any such enemy of opposing armed forces ; or as the result of an act of any hostile foreign force.
Specific sites linked to Robin Hood include the Major Oak tree, claimed to have been used by him as a hideout, Robin Hood's Well, located near Newstead Abbey ( within the boundaries of Sherwood Forest ), and the Church of St. Mary in the village of Edwinstowe, where Robin and Maid Marian are historically thought to have wed. To reinforce this belief, the University of Nottingham in 2010 has begun the Nottingham Caves Survey with the goal " to increase the tourist potential of these sites ".
Specific ecoregions of Western Australia include: the sandstone gorges of The Kimberley on the northern coast and below that areas of dry grassland ( Ord Victoria Plain ) or semi-desert ( Western Australian Mulga shrublands ), with Tanami Desert inland from there.
Specific gravity usually means relative density with respect to water.
Specific seasons for bow hunting or muzzle-loading black powder guns are often established to limit competition with hunters using more effective weapons.
Specific alters may react negatively to therapy, fearing the therapists goal is to eliminate the alter ( particularly those associated with illegal or violent activities ).
Specific rail-to-rail comparators with p-n-p input transistors, like the LM139 family, allow input potential to drop 0. 3 volts below the negative supply rail, but do not allow it to rise above the positive rail.
Specific burial customs were characterized by the dead being laid on their sides with their knees pressed against their breast, one hand under the head.
Specific punishments introduced in Moscow included beheading for alleged traitors, branding of thieves ( with execution for a third arrest ).
Specific language impairment ( SLI )-difficulty with language or the organized-symbol system used for communication in the absence of problems such as mental retardation, hearing loss, or emotional disorders.
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 gravity is measured by comparing the weight of the gem in air with the weight of the gem suspended in water.
Specific settings include isolated forts, ranches and homesteads ; the Native American village ; or the small frontier town with its saloon, general store, livery stable and jailhouse.
Specific attention is divided into: the site, location and solar orientation of the building, local sun path, the prevailing level of insolation ( latitude / sunshine / clouds / precipitation ( meteorology ) ), design and construction quality / materials, placement / size / type of windows and walls, and incorporation of solar-energy-storing thermal mass with heat capacity.
Specific diagnosis of infection with is made by finding the virus in the child's stool by enzyme immunoassay.
Specific evidence for infection includes WBCs in normally sterile fluid ( such as urine or cerebrospinal fluid ( CSF )); evidence of a perforated viscus ( free air on abdominal x-ray or CT scan ; signs of acute peritonitis ); abnormal chest x-ray ( CXR ) consistent with pneumonia ( with focal opacification ); or petechiae, purpura, or purpura fulminans.
Specific fuel consumption of air-breathing jet engines at their maximum efficiency vary more or less inversely with speed, which in turn means that the fuel consumption per mile or km can be a more appropriate comparison metric for aircraft that travel at very different speeds.

Specific and domestic
Specific weaknesses in the text include: it does not stipulate guidelines for the ' non-detriment ' finding required of national Scientific Authorities ; non-detriment findings require copious amounts of information ; the ' household effects ' clause is often not rigid enough / specific enough to prevent CITES violations by means of this Article ( VII ); non-reporting from Parties means Secretariat monitoring is incomplete ; and it has no capacity to address domestic trade in listed species.

Specific and legislation
Specific regulatory frameworks and questions related to Paramedic practice can only definitively be answered by consulting relevant provincial legislation, although provincial Paramedic Associations may often offer a simpler overview of this topic when it is restricted to a province-by-province basis.
Specific legislation may require that all government meetings be open to the public, or that written records be released upon request.
Specific legislation for the Royal Parks within London created the unique office of ' Parks Constable '.
Specific legislation exists in the following countries:
When the European Commission consulted on the updating of the Framework Directive and the Specific Directives in November 2007 it examined the possible need for legislation to mandate network neutrality, countering the potential damage, if any, caused by non-neutral broadband access.
Specific legislation may be made, e. g. for beachcombing.
Specific situations in which compulsory licenses may be issued are set out in the legislation of each patent system and vary between systems.
Specific legislation prevents filing claim against defender of dwelling.
Specific policies that fall under the category of economic socialism include: progressive taxes and income redistribution aimed at reducing inequalities of wealth, a comprehensive package of public services, universal health care, public education, social security, minimum wage laws, anti-trust laws, legislation protecting workers ' rights and the rights of trade unions, and a welfare state.
Specific regulatory frameworks and questions related to paramedic practice can only definitively be answered by consulting relevant provincial legislation, although provincial paramedic associations may often offer a simpler overview of this topic when it is restricted to a province-by-province basis.
Specific legislation as to more wide ranging conduct of a criminal investigation is contained within the Criminal Procedures and Investigation Act 1996.

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