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StatsStatistics
StatsStatistical Analysis of Time Series
StatsStatistical Assessment Service (non-profit research organization; Washington, DC, USA)
StatsStudents Teaching AIDS to Students (American Medical Students Association)
StatsSports Team Analysis and Tracking Systems
StatsShort Term Alternatives for Therapy Services (US DHHS)
StatsStudents' Attitude Towards Statistics
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He is now collaborating with a local textile manufacturer to come up with a new fabric design exclusive to STATS.
North America has become a happy hunting ground for Stats.
LLC acted as exclusive financial advisor to Vista and STATS. Kirkland and Ellis acted as legal advisor to Vista and STATS.
These proteins can attch to phosphorylated receptors, Jaks or STAT proteins to deactivate signaling molecules.
5 Bobby Portis Height/weight: 6-11, 250; Position: Power forward; College: Arkansas; Experience: 3 years; 2017-18 stats: GP 73, Pts.
In total, Konrardy is the author of 16 patents granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
"Stats do not guarantee you who is successful and who is unsuccessful, especially in the next game.
STATS is the global provider of sports intelligence, operating at the intersection of sports and technology.
STATs are important in expression of genetic information against viral infection.
Tournament best: Group stage, 2008 Qualifying record: W9 D1 L0 Qualifying stat: This is the first time Austria have qualified for the finals on the field after being included as hosts in 2008.
What stats cannot measure is toughness, resilience, heart, determination, and that magical thing called the will to win.
“I'm happy to announce the launch of Rush Stats, tracking website visitors is now easier than ever.