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subsite

(ˈsʌbˌsaɪt)
n
a location within a website
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Results of oncological outcomes, survival rates, organ preservation rates, and complication rates for each anatomical subsite, and comparable results with alternative treatment modalities
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.
TI: The tumor is confined to a single subsite with or without bony invasion.
When redesigning its Web site, WisDOT employees teamed up with the agency's research unit to create the 90-page subsite dedicated to research and library issues.
The substrate and subsite specificity of the catalytically active enzyme have been determined.
Ditch Witch Subsite 300SR/ST electronic locating system from The Charles Machine Works is designed to locate buried telephone, power, CATV, gas, sewer and water lines.
The Cheltenham 2002 subsite is an excellent resource, boasting previews, features by Simon Holt and Michael Clower, speed ratings and audio interviews.
net is a subsite called Lipstick Boy (http://sakurazukamori.
A simpler stock-handling system, also of Bronze Age date, is identified at the Storey's Bar Road subsite.
Speaker: John Bieberdorf, Senior Product Manager, Subsite
The jury have also been shown videos that had been posted to the Wolfpack website, a subsite to the Aryan Strike Force site.