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Eph.

Ephesians.
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It is located in North Yorkshire and employs around 300 people on full-time contracts, EPH said.
Ysbyty Gwynedd pathologist Dr Mark Lord said post mortem toxicology tests showed she had swallowed 50-100 tablets of EPH.
EPH is expected to be a major contributor to the accreditation process and many PHAB standards and measures specifically involve EPH.
The airflow of the EPH was through a planar slot with the exhaust fan installed in the side wall whilst that of the CPH was made possible by a 1 foot air fan (050 cm) (Figure 1, Table 1).
The EPH assays were run using the Beckman Paragon system with SPEP-II gels (Beckman Coulter), Sebia Hydrasys system with Hydragel 7 Protein(e) gels (Sebia Inc), and the Helena SPIFE 3000 system with Split Beta gels (Helena Laboratories).
DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF EPH RECEPTORS AND EPHRINS IN HUMAN CANCERS
In addition, portions of the past leading to the EPH BiegenstraE-e will be remodeled and renewed.
Over the next few years, the EPH Mark will be introduced separately to additional EPH product areas, including drinking-water-treatment components, treatment units, and plumbing products.
Finally, UL's new EPH mark indicates compliance with environmental and public-health standards.
The city of Marburg plans by the redesign and expansion of the existing City Hall from 1968 - as Erwin Piscator-house / EPH called - the creation of a modern and multifunctional cultural, theater and event building.
If you would like to receive a copy of the prospectus for EPH, please visit the American Stock Exchange website at http://www.
The presence of the EPH mark on food service equipment means that the equipment has been evaluated, tested, and certified to NSF/ANSI Standard 37 as meeting international commercial-food-equipment standards.