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colotomy

(kəˈlɒtəmɪ)
n, pl -mies
(Surgery) a colonic incision
[C20 colon2 + -tomy]
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Under the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) reform, since 1 January 2014 export refund rates have been set at zero and retained only as a crisis management tool - rather than for use as a structural instrument.
Experts from Newcastle-based Ward Hadaway's corporate finance team advised the management at Itmsoil, a leading geotechnical and structural instrument designer and maker.
Using simulation, mirror games and the notion of the mask, she introduces a dichotomy between surface and hidden meanings which becomes a structural instrument in all Riera's work.
Similarly, the MEPs want the Commission to make a "critical review" of the pre-accession programmes (one example cited is the ISPA structural instrument which is to channel Euro 1,040 million into transport and environment projects every year between 2000 and 2006) and consider what impact enlargement has on employment, cohesion and immigration so as to act "promptly" to define measures for avoiding regional imbalances.
Unlike Dow's separate, parallel effort for a structural instrument panel, the blow molded IP retainer will not encompass a structural or energy-management system.
She placed a heavy emphasis on the two parties cooperating in connection with Chapter 22 on regional policy and the coordination of structural instruments, the Serbian government has said.
The visit is part of a flurry of activity to keep up the momentum between Turkey and the EU that recently increased with the opening of Chapter 22 on regional policy and coordination of structural instruments and the newly signed agreements with the EU on visa liberalization and readmission.
Erdoganas comment came after Turkey began on Tuesday its 22nd round of EU accession negotiations called Chapter 22 on regional policy and coordination of structural Instruments.
In a written statement, Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides said yesterday that the EU General Affairs Council, which took place in Luxembourg, decided to proceed with the opening Chapter 22 of Turkey's EU accession course, relating to regional policy and the coordination of structural instruments.
The following chapters are still open: public procurement, information society and media, financial and budgetary provisions, competition policy, energy, financial services, statistics, customs union, free movement of goods, taxation, economic and monetary policy, regional policy and coordination of structural instruments, environment, and external relations.
Structural Instruments and Structural and Cohesion Funds (SCF), are financial instruments that the EU acts to eliminate disparities and achieve economic and social cohesion between the regions of Europe.
Analysis of Member States experience indicates that it is important that such actions have a high impact if carried out in the last year prior to joining the EU and, at most, in the first year of implementation of structural instruments in the new Member States.

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