SMEED

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SMEEDSpecial Medical Emergency Evacuation Device
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2011, using the first 9.5 years of data from 16[degrees]N), to the largest decrease of -5.4 Sv [decade.sup.-1] (Smeed et al.
Their children and their spouses are Susan and John Briggs of Springfield, Sally and Tom Corbett of Seattle, Ralph Smeed of Burns and Samantha and Stan Cook of Beaverton.
Estimates of AMOC transports (1 Sv = X [10.sup.6] [m.sup.3] [s.sup.-1]) from the Argo/Altimetry estimate at 41[degrees]N (black; Willis 2010), the RAPID-MOC/ MOCHA/WBTS 26[degrees]N array (orange; Smeed et al.
Park's arrangement prevents other higher ed institutions from offering classes on the same base, says Shane Smeed, Park's vice president and COO.
In 'Retirement Villages in Australia: The Case for Commonwealth Intervention', Brittany Smeed calls attention to various financial, practical and other complexities faced by older Australians seeking to move into retirement villages, and highlights the limitations of State and Territory regulation of this form of accommodation.
Smeed, "Traffic studies and urban congestion," Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, vol.
These policies often involve curriculum alignment with high stakes standardised tests which may result in a negative impact (Smeed, 2010).
Siddall, M., Rohling, E.J., Almogi-Labin, A., Hemleben, C., Meischner, D., Schmelzer, I., and Smeed, D.A.: 2003, Sea-level fluctuations during the last glacial cycle.
The reader's understanding of the "inner man emerges from this description of externals" (Smeed 4).
“We would love nothing more than to double our contribution, as we understand how far $5000 goes toward helping those in need,” says Sally Smeed, General Manager, DCH Lexus of Santa Barbara.
Pierce III, Tony Smeed, Wayne Unten; SUPERVISING SOUND EDITOR/SOUND DESIGNER (DOLBY ATMOS).