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SPAIDSociety for the Prevention of Asbestosis and Industrial Diseases (United Kingdom)
SPAIDSingle Pass Air Drop (US Air Force)
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The new test measures the number of copies of a DNA sequence linked to the risk of developing SPAID signs in an individual Shar-Pei.
Tintle, who first began researching SPAID in the 1980s, says the finding is significant "as a health tool, alerting owners to watch their dogs carefully for signs of SPAID, and as a breeding tool, with the aim of reducing the presence of SPAID in the worldwide Shar-Pei population" by not breeding dogs at high risk for SPAID.
Effective 8 March 2016, Spaid will oversee the company's banking relationships and financial transactions
Most recently, Spaid was employed as senior vice president of Financial Planning and Analysis at Emeritus Senior Living, from the period 2012 to 2014.
"Highlights," a miniretrospective at Sue Spaid Fine Art, showcased chairs, rug hookings, a clock, a lamp, a stained-glass window, two wacky bean bag chairs, and some bold geometric paintings.