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Adv.1.noncompetitively - in a noncompetitive manner; "the scholarships will be awarded noncompetitively"
competitively - in competition; "the companies should bid competitively"
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Sweeney, of Labour, spoke out after defence minister Stuart Andrew admitted that BAE Systems were handed a deal "noncompetitively" to build five offshore patrol vessels.
The Oracle BPAs were awarded noncompetitively against a GSA schedule.
Upon satisfactory completion of all program requirements, and approval by the agency's Executive Resources Board, fellows may be converted noncompetitively to a permanent competitive service position.
As a synthetic antifibrinolytic agent, it can competitively inhibit the activation of plasminogen and noncompetitively inhibit the plasmin activity at high concentrations.[6] Consequently, TXA can reduce the blood loss by decreasing the conversion of plasminogen into plasmin, an enzyme that degrades fibrin clots, fibrinogen, and other plasma proteins including procoagulant factors 5 and 8.[7] TXA has been proven to be effective in reducing TBL and transfusions after TKA by different methods without risk of complications.[6],[8],[9],[10],[11] The most commonly reported administration methods included intravenous (IV) and topical administration.[12] Moreover, there is no difference in efficiency and safety between IV or topical administration.
While Wheaton North's popular, 4-year-old club differs from Stevenson by playing noncompetitively, students at both schools say they enjoy the welcoming atmosphere of esports.
* To what extent are contracts being awarded noncompetitively by congressional mandate for policy interest reasons?
showed that genistein noncompetitively inhibited cytochrome P450 (CYP450) 2C9 and 3A4 [15, 16].
However, hemextin AB complex inhibits coagulation by noncompetitively inhibiting the Tissue Factor-Factor VIIa (extrinsic tenase) complex [43].
Laboratory behavior of adolescent and adult males of the snow crab Chionoecetes opilio mated noncompetitively and competitively with primiparous females Brachyura:Majidae.
This effect of visfatin may be a result of visfatin's ability to noncompetitively bind to the insulin receptor (Song et al.