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TEPP

 (tĕp)
n.
A crystalline organophosphorus compound, C8H20O7P2, that inhibits the action of acetylcholinesterase and is used as an insecticide.

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The promotion of Mr Lucas Galinari to General Manager Exploration (GM Exploration) and responsible for exploration of our copper assets as well as advanced phosphate exploration on existing phosphate satellite discoveries which might extend the life of the TEPP. Lucas has team members based in Lavras do Sul and Cacapava (51 km apart) where we have offices, core sheds, sample prep and accommodation assets.
Of the 7 patients undergoing TEPP, 14% developed complications as compared to Payne et al17 (6%).
There is also an active underwater volcano east of Hawaii that erupted in 1996," Tepp said.
"The ocean is a big place so it's pretty unlikely that you're going to have a situation where a ship haphazardly wanders over an eruption, but there are a few that have come close," Tepp said.
Tepp et al., "Comparative analysis of the bioenergetics of adult cardiomyocytes and nonbeating HL-1 cells: respiratory chain activities, glycolytic enzyme profiles, and metabolic fluxes," Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, vol.
Out of all 270, 225 case were operated by Lichtenstein's repair, 14 by Prolene Hernia System, 17 by Laparoscopic procedure - Total Extra Pre Peritoneal repair (TEPP), and 14 cases by Stoppa's preperitoneal mesh repair.
This group was characterized by peels with yellow-greyish colouration (high hue and low chroma), high PAL activity in the peel and pulp, low polyphenol levels in the peel (TEPP), and low antioxidant activity in the pulp (based on ABTS activity and the b-carotene/linoleic acid system).
Tepp [22] reported a 38% soil disturbance using a CTL harvester and forwarder, while Geist and Cochran [23] found that tractor harvesting using CTL produced 36% soil disturbance.