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 number of studies on clearance rate of different bivalve species as a function of current velocities have given different results (e.
Summary: Clearance rate of serious crimes in last five years is 97.
The new data from the FIELD Study Repeat validate Picato as a well-tolerated field-directed therapy, suitable for the long-term treatment of actinic keratoses, showing an overall high complete clearance rate after one year.
It was certainly striking that the clearance rate improved as the sale went on: Books 1 and 2 posted a just-about-passable 71 per cent; the remaining seven days of the sale whizzed up to 85 per cent, including 90 per cent, 91 per cent and 92 per cent on the final three days.
The ingenol mebutate group showed a complete clearance rate at day 57 of 27.
Jones Lang Lasalle's October 12 sale raised pounds 111m with a clearance rate of 95% of the 120 properties put up for sale.
Small doses of the toxins reduced the clearance rate of mucus by 35 percent in sheep.
This created an overall clearance rate of 95 percent.
Presnell, helped us to clear 40% of those thefts compared to the 1992 national clearance rate of 14%.
Of these 260 were detected, resulting in a clearance rate of 27 per cent.
6) The clearance rate was determined by averaging the annual reported rates from 2000 through 2004.