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So in practice the calculations will be more extensive than in these exhibits and companies may have to divide the time period into additional intervals.
Using the digital 1996 network and the road construction data obtained from the transportation reports, a digital copy of the road network was created for each year over the time period. Starting with the 1996 network, we altered the network for each year.
For instance, deaths and hospital admissions during the week of an air pollution episode in December 1991 had higher mortality rates and hospital admissions than during the week before the episode and during previous time periods (Anderson et al.
Domestic TV's rookie duo of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" and "The Sharon Osbourne Show" have each pulled in enough viewers, on average, to improve the time periods on the metered-market TV stations that carry them.
Please note athletes must live in or be a member of a club in Aberdeen and the time period the nomination should be based upon is August 2018 to August 2019.
The deputy commissioner said that the sale of plastic bags is banned and accordingly, time period of 15 days is given to all concerned for the said purpose.
SUKKUR -- Deputy Commissioner Sukkur Ghulam Murtaza Shaikh on directives of Sindh Government has announced for general information of all concerned consumers of plastic bags including merchants and manufacturing factories that they should stop usage and sale of plastic bags within given time period of 15 days, otherwise action will be taken against the violators.
The contract is for seven and a half years as a maximum time period and will be signed this week, the company said in a statement published on Boursa Kuwait website on Sunday.
ISLAMABAD -- The Supreme Court reserved on Wednesday its decision in the case to determine the time period that elected lawmakers will remain disqualified for.
Routine use of the 13-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV13) reduced the incidence of Streptococcus pneumoniae bacteremia by 95% from a time period before to a time period after the vaccine was implemented in June 2010.
Latest figures show Boro were the sixth highest spenders in the Championship during the time period - behind QPR, Hull City, Cardiff City, Nottingham Forest and Bristol City.