nonaged


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Adj.1.Nonaged - not of legal agenonaged - not of legal age; "minor children"  
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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Nonaged composite cylinders (24 hours) with 1 year of repair showed no difference when compared with aged composite cylinders (1 year) with 1 year of repair, independent of surface treatment (p > 0.
As HCs expand their locations and the services they offer, they are likely to reach new patients, including increasing numbers of elderly and Medicare beneficiaries (both new elderly beneficiaries and new disabled nonaged beneficiaries).
Caption: Figure 3: SEM photographs of polyketone/NR composite surface; (a) nonaged, (b) thermal aged at 105[degrees]C (8 days), (c) 125[degrees]C (8 days), (d) 180[degrees]C (2 days), and (e) 180[degrees]C (8 days), and (f) humidity aged at 99% (500 h).
5), but the higher intensity one was performed on the nonaged sample, while the lower one was obtained after aging the sample for [t.
While aged patients dominating the Medicare population are known to be more costly on average than nonaged patients, this difference is apparently captured adequately by a case-mix system that recognizes differences in severity of illness.
The addition of 25 percent powdered-recycled PE bag waste to the MWP panels did not adversely affect nonaged bonding strength but did result in substantial improvement in internal bond (IB) retention after a 24-hour water soak and improved dimensional stability.