IDENTIFY


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IDENTIFYInteractive Design Using a Network of Transputers in Fluids
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Researchers use mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) testing to identify the remains of those recovered from Korea.
Still another way to identify learning goals is to determine what external stakeholders (e.
Companies need to reconcile all accounts that could contain a significant or material misstatement and post all necessary adjustments to the general ledger in a timely manner rather than allowing their external auditor to identify such misstatements during its review of the company's SEC filings.
Even large, sophisticated corporate taxpayers can fail to identify hedges.
1031(k)-1(c)(4)(i), the maximum number of replacement properties that a taxpayer is permitted to identify is:
The 200% rule states that an investor can identify any number of properties as long as the aggregate value of what is identified does not exceed 200% of the value of the relinquished property.
The counselor should help campers identify what they would like to see happen.
An EEM system can deliver the information needed to accurately represent the true cost of doing business, and help to identify procedures or areas that exhibit energy inefficiencies or waste.
One can no longer identify if the wood was part of a fence or other outdoor structure because the wood has been broken to smaller pieces and the green hue of the wood, in particular for wood treated at lower retention levels, is no longer visible.
The utility of the XRF units is believed to lie in the inspection of C&D loads that are difficult to identify visually, and they have been found to be very effective for identifying treated wood after a picking-line sort.
For best results, SOX projects should be seen as an opportunity for the company to identify and eliminate or mitigate weaknesses, as well as to build upon identified strengths.
2 helps pinpoint which SQL statements are using the most CPU or have delayed response, allowing users to identify where problems are occurring.