clearance rate


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clearance rate

The area which would be cleared per unit time with a stated minimum percentage clearance, using specific minehunting and/or minesweeping procedures.
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A total of 59 bulls sold to average PS5803, back PS111 on the year, at a clearance rate of 75 per cent.
The police department's homicide clearance rate stood at just 18.
The clearance rate for all horses offered at Arqana during 2015 dipped to 75 per cent from 79 per cent, however.
Summary: Clearance rate of serious crimes in last five years is 97.
ABSTRACT The aim of the current study was to investigate the effect of water current velocities on the clearance rate of Mytilus edulis when different numbers of mussels were used in the experiments.
One of the main reasons behind the situation is the existing level of clearance rate in law enforcement agencies, he said.
trachomatis NGU, the chlamydial clearance rate was 94.
In the trunk and extremity studies, ingenol mebutate gel had a complete clearance rate (100% of lesions gone) of 28% and 42%, compared with 5% for the vehicle control in both studies.
were used as "food" particles so that consequences of particle size on clearance rate could be examined independently of properties such as shape and flavor.
July's auction clearance rate in Sydney was 61 per cent before the weekend's 69 per cent result, according to Australian Property Monitors.
Although urinary N excretion could be calculated as (N clearance rate of kidneys) x PUN x BW, high N clearance rate of kidneys, such as 2.
This contrasts with a homicide clearance rate for whites in excess of 50 percent in L.