interlocation

interlocation

(ˌɪntələʊˈkeɪʃən)
n
the act of placing between, or something placed between
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If the overall spatial resolution in the chemical composition of larval shell among hatcheries is maintained through time, then any interlocation temporal variability could potentially be used to identify more precisely the date of birth for an individual recruit.
Such standardization has the potential to improve interexaminer and interlocation reliability, thereby permitting the provider to compare pre- and postdeployment oculomotor functions or to monitor recovery of oculomotor deficits over time for those individuals with mTBI.
j], otherwise they will be referred to as interlocation mutants.
The interlocation of the centre and peripheries was not changed because of the geographical position of the city (the intersection of two highways of international significance) and the local landscape as well (the river Svisloch).
The Islamic Art Exhibition is part of an array of exciting activities being organised by Interlocation Middle East Exhibition Organisers on behalf of Al Hamra Mall during Ramadan.
3) Technologies of Interlocation (agreements, roundtables, participatory planning, partnerships); and,
Interlocation asset trading (that does not occur through banks) is ruled out for two reasons.
Interannual and interlocation differences in CI, water temperature, salinity, and concentration of Chl a were analyzed by 1-way ANOVA, with SPSS.