Eradiation


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E`ra`di`a´tion


n.1.Emission of radiance.
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Including Paigham e Pakistan effort, IIUI, in previous years, has arranged number of conferences, seminars, moots and session on peaceful co-existence, eradiation of terrorism and media, where many intellectuals, experts, scholars were mustered to recommend to enlighten the vision of students.
Anisa Zeb hoped that the survey will provide a very sound foundation for formulation of evidence based and vibrant policy for eradiation of child labour and protection of their future.
Now with increased efficiency and eradiation of corruption in the revenue collection, the state revenue has increased to 13.
In in vivo studies, conducted on various Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria, 97-99% eradiation of various microorganisms was observed indicating significant antibacterial potential of sinapic acid [95].
Al-Riyadh said combating corruption is an important challenge which we have to pass successfully as eradiation of this plague has turned to be an international demand, particularly for developed countries.
Two eradiation regimens were randomly selected in this study: The EAC regimen consisted of esomeprazole 20 mg bid, amoxicillin 1.
The environmental challenges facing the country were related to air, water and noise pollution with e- waste and eradiation posing new threats.
Due to the eradiation policy, it was difficult to collect from large numbers of infected animals with clinical signs.
Statistical analysis of the third and overall eradiation rates was performed between two groups using the chi-square test.