SCRB

AcronymDefinition
SCRBStem Cell and Regenerative Biology (Harvard University Department)
SCRBSpecial Content Result Block (search engine analysis)
SCRBSeparable Costs Remaining Benefits
SCRBState Crime Record Bureau
SCRBSoftware Configuration Review Board
SCRBSoftware Change Review Board
SCRBSanta Cruz River Band
SCRBSea Containers, Ltd Class B Stock (NYSE)
SCRBSecond City Roller Bullies (UK)
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The roof and two sides monitoring bolts are arranged as shown in Figure 6, in which R1 and R3 are SCRB monitoring devices and R2 and R4 are SB monitoring devices.
The monitoring curve of bolt axial force on two sides of the roadway is shown in Figure 11, in which S1 and S3 are SCRB monitoring curves and S2 and S4 are SB monitoring curves.
Through analysis of the monitoring curve, we conclude that the SCRB monitoring device can realize the whole process monitoring of the roadway deformation and failure.
The SCRB monitoring devices are numbered R1, R2, S1, and S2, and the numerical model is shown in Figure 15.
Through the physical model experiment and numerical simulation of different rock inclination angles, the monitoring value of the SCRB monitoring device is 0.7-0.8 times of its constant resistance.
According to the similarity theory, the SCRB is developed which can be applied to the indoor physical model experiment, and SB and SCRB monitoring devices are built into the physical model body.
(1)The SCRB can withstand large deformation of roadway failure, and the whole process of monitoring roadway deformation destruction can be achieved, while the SB found it difficult to realize the roadway deformation and failure, which is the drawback of the whole process of monitoring and early warning.
In addition to evaluating the conformal battery concept, prototype 300-watt fuel cells will be used by Soldiers to recharge the SCRBs during the event.
In most years, the responses from the corridors of political power in Trenton to SCRB has usually been to cavil at our "retentionist" practices.
Thus, even though neither the individual therapists with whom he interacted, nor the treatment staff acting as a collective body, nor the instiution's superintendent, nor the SCRB, nor the State Board of Parole believed he was ready to return to society in a crime-free lifestyle, he was released.
If there is a "benefit" for ADTC and its treatment program in the aftermath of Megan's death, it is that a pathway has been established whereby an inmate whose sentence is about to expire but who has not been recommended for parole by the treatment staff, the superintendent, or the SCRB may be referred to the office of the state's Attorney General, with a recommendation for involuntary--but civil--commitment to a state psychiatric hospital.
Thus far, the worst of the several horror stories to reach the SCRB concerns a former inmate paroled a dozen years ago who had completed parole commendatorily, had progressed in his profession, purchased a home, married, started a family, participated in organizing a support network for released offenders, and then been "outed" by a police agency acting on the basis of its own interpretations of Megan's Law.