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Pulling together a segmented schedule can be helpful even for those of us who don't run giant philanthropic organizations or innovative tech companies.
Located near Joseph's Harbor Canal, this project will include segmented breakwaters made of lightweight aggregate core in bags with rock on top of them along three miles of the rapidly eroding shoreline of the Rockefeller Refuge.
Korean chili powder (or another sweet chili powder such as Piment d’espelette) 2 each grapefruits, segmented2 each avocados, peeled, seeded, and cut into eighths ¼ cup extra virgin olive oil 1.
HHS estimates that a single risk pool would costs taxpayers $15 billion less and cover 2 million more than current law and that a segmented risk system would cost taxpayers $10 billion more and cover 3 million more than current law.
Insurers and actuaries said the Cruz proposal would result in a segmented market, with younger and healthier people drawn to the skimpier, less expensive plans.
Dr. Nelson’s revolutionary telescope design began taking shape in 1977 and centered on a simple idea: using dozens of segmented mirrors rather than a single large one.
Jerry was the driving force behind the concept of the segmented mirror telescope.
Dufrechou and others have long touted the segmented shoulders as vital to safety on the bridge, where rear-end crashes are frequent after vehicles break down.
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medical Definition of segmented
- segmented neutrophils
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