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The company reached its current geographical operating field in 1958.
Moreover, they are aware of the technology and physics in the operating field.
This work was research toward a practical end that ran from mathematical theory to the operating field.
She had plenty of operating field before her.
The operating field was scaled down to 3.8 T instead of the full design strength in order to maximize longevity.
"We don't know how strong the crows' force may be, nor how far their operating field extends.
The Qattara Depression contains numerous oil concessions and several operating fields.
The image cut back to the operating field, and now David saw the dark speck of the grenade fragment lodged in the white bone.
They hold and pass instruments, retract tissues and apply suction to assist better vision of the operating field.
I only hoped..." He withdrew from the operating field and changed the anesthetic mode from general to local.
Established originally in 1922 as Station Field, it was an expansion of the balloon operating field that opened in 1916.
The camera emits pictures and/or video of the operating field to a monitor, while the surgeon uses special surgical instruments to remove the herniated disc material safely, with precision.
Similarly to standard image-guided surgery, FIGS has the purpose of guiding the surgical procedure and providing the surgeon of real time visualization of the operating field.
A stand or arm can be used to maintain the system on top of the operating field, particularly when the weight and complexity of the device is high (e.g. when multiple cameras are used).
There is often a prism that allows splitting of the light beam in order that assistants may also visualize the procedure or to allow photography or video to be taken of the operating field.
Mr. Rothermel's armory also includes a pocket calculator, a radiotelephone for long-distance communications, and a walkie-talkie to stay in touch with those operating field cultivators ahead of the planter or doing other chores.
When the patient enters the operating room, the skin surface to be operated on, called the operating field, is cleaned and prepared by applying an antiseptic such as chlorhexidine gluconate or povidone-iodine to reduce the possibility of infection.
For example, Tewari has shown that the operating field has become more visible to the surgeon, unobscured by the copious amounts of blood encountered in traditional surgery and is thus able to view the urological structures under three-dimensional, enlarged magnification.
The Finnish-built and designed room contained standard items like a heart-lung bypass machine; monitors for vital functions like blood pressure, heart rate and electrocardiogram tracings; X-ray equipment, and television monitors connected to cameras placed in the overhead spotlights that brighten the operating field.
Although the use of controls is expensive making the cost of operating fields with separators so high, installations has resulted in substantial savings in the overall operating expense as in the case of the 70 gas wells in the Big Piney, Wyo sighted by Fair (1968).
Most operational U.S. Army Counterintelligence Special Agents today operate under the auspices of the United States Army Intelligence and Security Command, with the 902nd Military Intelligence Group responsible for counterintelligence activities and operating field offices within the continental United States.
It is considered by many to be the most important advanced training in the special operations field.
The operation field consists of the characters in the syntax box for the statement.
This Master's programme provides a forum for academics and professionals working in the operations field.
The operation field provided the operation code and a variety of modifiers.
Learn to translate plans into operational activities and define and apply techniques in the operations field.
The parameter field follows the operation field.
The lower screen on the DS is used to display the patient, the patient's vitals, the instruments available, and the operation field.
Since the incremental value is encoded in the operation field, there is room to specify a store address in the instruction.
It initially replaced the Missile Badge when the space and missile operations fields were merged.
To accommodate these operation fields, VLIW instructions are usually at least 64 bits wide, and on some architectures are much wider.
Operation-Field:The operation field specifies the type of statement, or, for the command statement, the command.Operation-field should be coded as follows:
The Executive Master in Operations Management and Service Management is aimed at those working in the Operations field.
After one Special Operations field exercise in Salt Lake City in mid-1983, for example, Duncan had turned in an expense account statement for $16,000, with no receipts.
In his operations field manual titled Evolutionary Tactics, LTC Channon lists some of the important missions of the Earth Battalion as:
Each bit of the operation field had a distinct meaning and could be used in nearly any combination, leading to many elegant tricks that today might be considered the domain of microprogramming.
In order to find a space for these operation fields, VLIW instructions are usually at least 64-bits in width and on some architectures 128-bits or wider; this is how the name comes.
The U.S. Army Stability Operations field manual (published in 2009) offers no relevant guidance on what role economic development should play in the United States' post conflict strategy or how to help build dynamic, growth-oriented economies.
The Boat Force Operations insignia is intended to identify those Coast Guard personnel currently working in the boat force operations field and to recognize the commitment of Coast Guard members who have repeatedly served in the community.
For example, if a VLIW device has five execution units, then a VLIW instruction for that device would have five operation fields, each field specifying what operation should be done on that corresponding execution unit.
Adjunctive radiation therapy is increasingly reserved for tumors that extend beyond the safe operative area and appear to pose an ongoing threat.
Some of the operative areas where it is instrumental include providing scholarships, granting loans and conducting short in-service training courses for teachers of private sector schools.
Its operative area consisted of the following towns: Nerchinsk, Nerchinsky Zavod, Sretensk, Blagoveshchensk, Onon, and Khabarovsk.
In his view, this concept derives from the interaction between norms and social reality - that is, the operative area of norms (the so-called "Realbereich") - and from the effects of the way in which law is applied, with such effects being measured across disciplines by incorporating sociology, economics, and natural sciences.