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subsite

(ˈsʌbˌsaɪt)
n
a location within a website
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In July 2017, EPA announced the deletion of the Callahan property subsite from the NPL.
The two-day VIP experience included an equipment program that introduced customers to the latest Ditch Witch, Subsite Electronics and Hammerhead products and provided hands-on equipment demonstrations.
In the off-season, officials will continue to run water from the area, known as the Airport subsite of the Obee Road Superfund Site, through the city's Reverse Osmosis plant.
In addition, the new partnership will make it possible to cluster site links in the search results (where for some search results, there will be several subsite links clustered underneath the main organizational search result in the same way Google, Bing, and Yahoo currently do it).
The most common intra-oral subsite came out to be buccal mucosa of cheeks (56%) followed by lateral borders of tongue (21%), lips (13%), alveolar (6%), palate (2.
4 Table 14: Subsite Specific Trend in Carcinoma Stomach Subsites Total Males Females Cases % Cases % Cases % OG Junction 9 18 5 17.
The outcome of interest was CRC incidence overall and by anatomic subsite based on a new diagnosis of CRC, for which we adopted a definition from previous research.
Seeking Michigan--a website jointly developed by the Archives of Michigan and the Library of Michigan--now includes a subsite entitled "Michigan & the Civil War.
Below the portal subsite level, sites are constructed to meet the needs of each of the units.
Trailblazing is a Royal Society subsite offering a timeline for the history of science over the past 350 years in the UK and has been created especially for the anniversary.
The machine uses a Subsite Electronics controller mounted under the hood and has a Maxima Technologies fuel gauge and hourmeter on the dash.