cutoff point


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cutoff point

n punto de corte
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The next day I was driving up the motorway to come and sign for the Falcons, but I didn't actually realise it was the transfer deadline day until the phone calls from my agent and the respective team managers started getting more and more frantic as the cutoff point became closer.
5 cm in men and greater than 32 cm in women should be considered the cutoff point for overweight/obesity.
There is no absolute cutoff point at which FFR becomes abnormal; rather, there is a smooth transition, with a large grey zone of insecurity.
Henlow have extended the cutoff point for Thursday's open races until noon today after failing to attract the requisite entries.
As a result of fixing the cutoff point of 43 marks, 63 officers have benefited from the decision of the PSC.
UNISON regional officer Ray Salmon said: "The company has changed the cutoff point to get the wages in and instead of five weeks' salary, they have four weeks.
In its full version, the cutoff point of 25/30 lies at 83% of the total maximum score.
The cutoff point generally falls between 2 years, 128 days of service and 2 years, 140 days
Using the high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) assay and applying a widely recommended cutoff point of 30 ng/ml, 51% of this population had low vitamin D status.
We are now required to have a person with an MLT or MLS degree with several years' experience as library director, as we have gone over the cutoff point of 10,000 residents.
I gave myself a cutoff point because it was a struggle constantly not having any income.