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COACTCentre of Australian Category Theory (Macquarie University; Sydney, Australia)
COACTCommittee of Americans for the Canal Treaties
COACTCombat Activities Report
COACTCollege of Art, Commerce and Technology (Limerick, Ireland)
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The single-payer (which, under the legislation COACT supported in Minnesota, would be a board of consumers) allows hospitals to purchase these things only if there is a need for them.
Indiana COACT farm activist Philip Bright foresees a bill extending the nominal redemption period in that state.
In the presence of IFN type I signature, [CCR6.sup.+] memory T-helper cells producing IL-17A, IL-17F, IL-21, and/or IL-22 are increased in SLE, [26] indicating that, in the pathogenesis of systemic autoimmune diseases, IFN type I signature coacts with Th17 cells and related cytokines.
We say that H coacts weakly on C from the left if there is a linear map [mathematical expression not reproducible] such that for all ceC the following conditions hold: