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Selecting a comparator from only within the workplace might defeat such an objective, if it were the case that male rates of remuneration within the workplace had been "infected" by structural gender discrimination--ie, that such males were paid an artificially depressed rate because they are performing what has been pejoratively and colloquially known as "women's work".
Terry Walsh, RPh, MBA, head of the Comparator Network initiative for TransCelerate added, "We believe the Comparator Network will provide an infrastructure that improves the primary operating model for the comparator supply chain.
Other automated features further enhance the capabilities of comparators.
The integration benefits of an op amp, comparator and voltage reference in a single 8-pin package combined with 1.
Review the factors that need to be considered in making a comparator selection.
Lot 1: Benchmarking data which allows the Trust to benchmark its performance on a variety of indicators against local, national and international comparators and against best practice.
4) However, APTIVUS(R) consistently achieved a superior treatment outcome -- measured in viral load decreases and immune cell increases -- over the comparator PI/r, regardless of the number of PIs patients had taken previously.
Clinical success--defined as resolution of signs and symptoms such that no further antibiotic therapy was required, as determined by a blinded evaluator--was seen in 50 (86%) of the patients given daptomycin and 52 (81%) of the patients receiving one of the comparator drugs.
Additional peripherals available on both devices include a precision internal oscillator that is +/-2 percent stable over a wide temperature and voltage range, a comparator with an internal voltage reference with 32 selectable voltage levels and Brownout Reset (BOR).
For the lack of a suitable short descriptive term the expression "Lindeck-Rothe element" will be used in referring to the two "second-method" potentiometers which serve as "elements" of the standard-cell comparator.
It was a message nearly lost altogether, given the bright lights that shone on one of the show's 342 exhibitors, Comparator Systems of Newport Beach.
Although a blink comparator is still used to select objects for study, the measuring is done by an automatic machine developed by Stanislavs Vasilevskis of Lick.