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While we found negative correlations between meniscal thicknesses and subgroups of WORMS, except PFJ, there were positive correlations among meniscal thicknesses, JSWs, cartilage thicknesses and means of the medial and lateral JSAs. Significant correlations were found between CAJSAM results and quantitative/semi-quantitative staging methods' results (Table 3).
Vail, 'Ecology and History: The Example of Eastern Zambia', JSAS 32 (1977): 129-155; W.
We prefer to recognize safe behaviors or observations and active safety participation during planning, morning JSAs, and helping others be safe.
TV stations argue that the JSAs, despite consolidating ownership, still allow for individual voices among stations.
Broadcasters, who have all but given up trying to convince the FCC to loosen the long-standing limits on how many stations can be owned in a single market, are likely to appeal the JSA change, especially since the FCC has allowed them for 20 years.
The JSAS now has approximately 3,000 members, hosting 1-2 conferences per year and will report later in the council meeting on future exciting plans.
are critically important and a challenging joint force security consideration." The publication goes on to pronounce that the airspace above JSAs is not normally included therein, but is governed by procedures in JP 3-52, Joint Airspace Control.
At first glance, such judgment-sharing agreements (JSAs) seem harmless--a mechanism for defendants to spread risk.
JSAS Catalog of Se-lected Documents in Psychology, 11, 52 (MS.No.2295).
The Judicial Survivors' Annuities System (JSAS) was created in 1956 to provide financial security for the families of deceased federal judges.
"Women as managers scale (WAMS): A measure of attitudes toward women in management positions." Abstracted in JSAS Catalog of Selected Documents in Psychology, 1974, Ms.
Journal Supplement Abstract Service (JSAS) Catalog of Selected Documents in Psychology, 8, 22.