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While we share the same language, some of the terms we use to describe studying at Manchester may be unfamiliar to you   We have presented some of the important (and some of the fun) ones below and also given you a dictionary to "translate" what you are looking for into more "British" terms   As you read through the information in the other areas of our website, you might want to refer back to this glossary from time to time If you're looking for... this may help
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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z ACTUAL ACQUISITION COST (AAC) The net cost of a drug product to the pharmacy AAC may be unique to each pharmacy because of special discounts, quantity purchased, timeliness of payment, etc ADDITIONAL COPAY An additional copay is charged once a member uses his/her maximum allowable benefit The member is responsible for any fees that exceed the amount allowed by his/her health plan Additional copay is referred to as "out-of-pocket" expenses
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In addition to the Glossary of Terms list below, we also invite you to check out the following links for additional informational resources
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You do not need to remember these terms to participate in the meditation They are provided for information, or educational purposes only
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In an effort to provide assistance in what is a complicated and technical area we have set out some of the "common" pension terminology, with our understanding of what the terms mean The list is by no means exhaustive and opinions may differ across the industry over the more technical or complex definitions
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The following terms and definitions are the more general terms taken from the NRTC's national transport laws The preferred definition has been listed where different definitions exist in the laws As well, the NRTC's regulations have definitions specific to their area of coverage The Glossary is divided into two sections: A-L and M-Z Click here to find a term in the A-L listing M-Z
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This glossary includes general explanations of terms used in sections of a Distributor's Policy & Pricing form (DPP) and Program /Series Information (PSI) forms required for all FirstView/SatScreen entries Each Program Distributor's page includes links to their policies and pricing information Any exceptions to their policies and pricing are noted on individual Program/Series Information (PSI) form pages
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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Compiled by: Antone L Brooks, Washington State University Tri-Cities ([email protected] swu edu) and the Genomics and Toxicology Group, Oak Ridge National Laboratory NOTE: These definitions were drawn from a number of sources, including the Human Genome Project Information Web site; the Risk Assessment Information System Web site; Health Effects of Exposure to Radon BEIR VI, National Academy Press, Washington, D C (1999); J Newell Stannard, Radioactivity and Health: A History DOE/RL/01830-T59 (DE88013791) Distribution Category UC-408; and several documents from the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements
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Nublend™ to Yarn Dyed Go to Page 1: 1x1 Rib to Needle-Up or to the Index of Products Nublend™ The combination of a knitting and spinning process developed by Jerzees® for their blended fleece that helps prevent pilling Side Vents Slits found at the bottom of side seams They are fashion details that allow for comfort and ease of movement
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Bench or breadboard models – These models are one level of sophistication higher than the test-of-principle (TOP) model These models are used to prove that a new product, which might be developed from a scientific concept, will perform as expected and provide data to prove same Bench models refer to chemical processes while breadboard models refer to products
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Definitions for fabric terms
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The following terms may be used in discussions about end-of-life decision making Advance Directives: A general term that describes two kinds of legal documents, living wills and medical powers of attorney These documents allow you to give instructions about future medical care and appoint a person to make health care decisions if you are unable to make them yourself Each state regulates the use of advance directives differently
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This page will provide you with a list of abbreviations and their meanings commonly used throughout this site ATODS Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Services in Queensland Health
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Block Valve- when closed, the valve can block oil flow in both directions Block valves include manual gate valves, remote gate valves and station block valves (suction valves and discharge valves)
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Benchmarks: Predetermined measures of success or achievement with respect to a particular outcome indicator For example a benchmark of a government program to alleviate poverty might be to reduce the percentage of those families earning below the poverty line to under 10% The success or failure of the program should be measured in terms of this standard
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[ Karate Terms ] [ Karate Techniques ] [ Counting in Japanese ] [ Everyday Phrases ] Basic Karate Terms Budo Martial/Military Way, Path, Road Karate-do Empty Hand Way, Path, Road Kobudo Ancient/Classical Martial Way, Path, Road of Weapons Ryu Style of Martial Arts Dojo Martial Arts training hall or place to practice the Way Sensei "One Born Before" or Teacher (Instructor) Sempai Senior Kohai Junior Dan Degree, grade level designation referring to black belt rank Kyu Class Rank below black-belt Karate-gi Karate uniform Karate-obi Karate belt Ki Intrinsic/inner energy, life force, vital force, spirit or vitality (Chinese -"Chi")
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SPECIAL OFFER : HALF-PRICE ADSL CONNECTION UNTIL 14TH MARCH! ADSL Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line This is a DSL line where the upload and download speeds differ - typically the download speed is faster than the upload speed
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AAU American Association of Universities One of the most prestigious academic organizations in the country and Rutgers is a member
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ask a question | send a requisition | track your order | request sponsorship | glossary of terms A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z A
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All property is sold "as is" This Glossary of Terms is offered as a convenience and is merely OUR OPINION and shall not be deemed as a warranty or representation as to condition, correctness, description, attribution or merchantability PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS SHOULD INSPECT THE PROPERTY BEFORE BIDDING TO MAKE THEIR OWN DETERMINATIONS AS TO CONDITION AND WHETHER OR NOT IT HAS BEEN RESTORED AS NO REFERENCE IS MADE TO CONDITION IN THE CATALOGUE DESCRIPTIONS Please read the Conditions of Sale as all items are sold in accordance therewith
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Brows this online glossary of terms and have industry terms explained Most of these definitions have been extracted (with editing for space restrictions) from Newton's Telcom Dictionary (15th Edition), published by Telecom Library, Inc To purchase a copy, visit your favorite local bookstore
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Background Current (IBG) The DC current produced by background radiation on a photovoltaic detector Measured across a low impedance load Bias Current (IB) The constant current applied across a photoconductive detector for proper operation Blackbody (BB) An ideal radiator whose radiant emittance, W, follows the Stefan-Boltzmann law The relationship is shown below
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Short POSE Concepts POSE - Most important position, it is position from which all movement is generated Wheel - Keeping the general center of mass (GMC) above the support point (midfoot) and pulling the ankle from the ground in a vertical line under the hips, in a continuous motion, like the wheel of a car S-like Stance Keeping the runner's body perfectly balanced on one leg, with knee bent, making body compacted and loaded with elastic energy Change of Support (CS) - Shifting the body mass from one leg to another Vertical Action - Pulling of the support foot from the ground up under the hip Gratuitous Forcess -Gravity, elasticity, inertia, Coriolis; forces working without ATP breakdown
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