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100% - 1797.full

Three automated techniques (deformation-based morphometry, striatum shape analysis, and cortical thickness assessment) were used to identify population differences in brain structure in cocaine-exposed versus saline-exposed mice.

fichier-pdf.fr/2013/12/07/1797-full/ 07/12/2013

99% - section 6

[2005] exposed mice to 900-MHz RFR at a specific absorption rate (SAR) of 0.09 W/kg for 7 days at 12 h per day.

fichier-pdf.fr/2012/01/17/section-6/ 17/01/2012

94% - Affiche STS127

During the 16-day mission, crew members will conduct five spacewalks to add the Japanese Experiment Module Exposed Facility, or JEM-EF, and the Japanese Experiment Logistics Module Exposed Section, or ELM-ES, to the Kibo laboratory.

fichier-pdf.fr/2010/03/07/yy0u03f/ 07/03/2010

93% - bisphenol et hyperactivité (1)

Specifically, zebrafish embryos were exposed to BPA just before (10–16 h post fertilization;

fichier-pdf.fr/2015/01/17/bisphenol-et-hyperactivite-1/ 17/01/2015

91% - Lyssa

Lyssa Lyssa Goddess of Madness and Rage Pantheon = Greek Class = Warrior Type = Physical, Melee Progression = 0.5/0.5/1 (exposed stance) 1/0.75/1.5 (concealed stance) Base Health = 545 77/level Base Mana = 272 43/level Attack/Sec = 0.97 1.43/level Damage = 42 2.13/level Physical Protection = 23 2.1/level Passive :

fichier-pdf.fr/2015/06/18/lyssa/ 18/06/2015

90% - exposure to sulfuric acid in southern Ontario Canada

226 tion was examined by RL individually and , on the basis of his knowledge of the occupation, industry, and era, he coded the job as exposed or unexposed to sulfuric acid.

fichier-pdf.fr/2017/07/25/exposure-to-sulfuric-acid-in-southern-ontario-canada/ 25/07/2017

89% - lead renal dysfunction

Dept of Occupational Medicine ICOH lndustrial Hygiene National lnstitute for Working Lite Renal dysfunction and the lead absorption at the exposed workers in Algerian battery factory Boukerma.zCI) ., Touabti.A(2)., Maïza.AC2>., Bouakaz.M<1>.

fichier-pdf.fr/2017/07/26/lead-renal-dysfunction/ 26/07/2017

89% - Seeing Modern Waterworks

Ceiling Mounted Recessed Square Handshower on Hook with Metal Handle Floor Mounted Exposed Tub Filler Floor Mounted Exposed Tub Filler with Lavatory Faucet with Metal Knob Handles Lavatory Faucet with Metal Lever Handles Lavatory Faucet with Metal Knob Handles* Lavatory Faucet with Metal Lever Handles* Shower Head in Polished Stainless Steel (FMHS01;

fichier-pdf.fr/2018/05/03/seeing-modern-waterworks-1/ 03/05/2018

87% - Canada’s Asset Recovery Tools A Practical Guide

• the person is, in relation to the foreign state, a politically exposed foreign person 2;

fichier-pdf.fr/2019/06/25/canadas-asset-recovery-tools-a-practical-guide/ 25/06/2019

87% - Effects neonicotinoids

The sections on freshwater and marine species are rather short as little is known so far about the impact of neonicotinoid insecticides and fipronil on the diverse invertebrate fauna of these widely exposed habitats.

fichier-pdf.fr/2017/09/10/effects-neonicotinoids/ 10/09/2017

83% - 80 286e 60945

9 3 Definitions and abbreviations ..........................................................................................12 4 3.1 Definitions .............................................................................................................12 3.2 Abbreviations used in this standard .......................................................................13 3.3 IMO Performance Standards..................................................................................13 Minimum performance requirements ...............................................................................14  1 General .................................................................................................................14 4.1.1 Introduction................................................................................................14 4.1.2 General requirements ................................................................................15 4.2 Design and Operation ............................................................................................15 4.2.1 Ergonomics and HMI..................................................................................15 4.2.2 Hardware ...................................................................................................18 4.2.3 Software ....................................................................................................19 4.2.4 (6.4) Inter-unit connection .........................................................................19 4.3 Power supply .........................................................................................................20 4.3.1 (7.1) Extreme power supply .......................................................................20 4.3.2 (7.2) Excessive conditions .........................................................................20 4.3.3 (7.3, 7.4) Power supply short-term variation and power supply failure ........20 4.4 (8) Durability and resistance to environmental conditions.......................................20 4.5 Interference ...........................................................................................................20 4.5.1 (9,10) Electromagnetic compatibility .........................................................20 4.5.2 (11.1) Acoustic noise ................................................................................21 4.5.3 (11.2) Compass safe distance...................................................................21 4.6 Safety precautions .................................................................................................21 4.6.1 (12.1) Protection against accidental access to dangerous voltages ............21 4.6.2 (12.2 12.3) Electromagnetic radiofrequency radiation.................................21 4.6.3 (12.4) X-radiation .......................................................................................21 4.7 (13) Maintenance..................................................................................................22 4.7.1 Maintenance of hardware ...........................................................................22 4.7.2 Maintenance of software ............................................................................22 4.8 (14) Equipment manuals .......................................................................................22 4.9 (15) Marking and identification ..............................................................................22 Methods of testing and required test results....................................................................23       4.1 5 5.1 5.2 6 General .................................................................................................................23 Test conditions ......................................................................................................23 5.2.1 Normal test conditions ...............................................................................24 5.2.2 Extreme test conditions..............................................................................24 5.2.3 Excessive conditions..................................................................................25 5.3 Test results............................................................................................................25 Operational checks (all equipment categories) ................................................................25 6.1 Ergonomics and HMI .............................................................................................25 6.1.1 General......................................................................................................25 6.1.2 (4.2.1.2) Arrangement ...............................................................................25 3 60945 Ed.4  IEC:2001  8.3 8.4 8.5 General .................................................................................................................31 Dry heat.................................................................................................................33 8.2.1 Storage test (portable, exposed and submerged equipment) ......................33 8.2.2 Functional test (portable, protected and exposed equipment).....................33 Damp heat .............................................................................................................34 8.3.1 Functional test (portable, protected and exposed equipment).....................34 Low temperature....................................................................................................34 8.4.1 Storage test (portable equipment) ..............................................................34 8.4.2 Functional tests .........................................................................................35 Thermal shock (portable equipment) ......................................................................35 8.5.1 Purpose .....................................................................................................35 8.5.2 Method of test ............................................................................................36 8.5.3 Required result ..........................................................................................36 Drop (portable equipment) .....................................................................................36 8.6.1 Drop on hard surface .................................................................................36 8.6.2 Drop into water ..........................................................................................36 Vibration (all equipment categories).......................................................................37 8.7.1 Purpose .....................................................................................................37 8.7.2 Method of test ............................................................................................37 8.7.3 Required result ..........................................................................................38 Rain and spray (exposed equipment) .....................................................................38 8.8.1 Purpose .....................................................................................................38 8.8.2 Method of test ............................................................................................38 8.8.3 Required result ..........................................................................................38 Immersion..............................................................................................................39 8.9.1 Submerged equipment ...............................................................................39   8.6 8.1 8.2   8 7.1 (4.3.1) Extreme power supply ................................................................................31 7.2 (4.3.2) Excessive conditions ..................................................................................31 7.3 (4.3.3) Power supply short-term variation...............................................................31 7.4 (4.3.3) Power supply failure ...................................................................................31 (4.4) Durability and resistance to environmental conditions – Methods of testing and required test results ................................................................................................31  7   6.1.3 (4.2.1.3) Operation....................................................................................26 6.1.4 (4.2.1.4) Identification ...............................................................................26 6.1.5 (4.2.1.5) Screen display and indicators .....................................................27 6.1.6 (4.2.1.6) Voice Announcement ..................................................................28 6.1.7 (4.2.1.7) Safety of operation .....................................................................28 6.1.8 (4.2.1.8) Distress alert ...............................................................................28 6.2 Hardware ...............................................................................................................29 6.2.1 (4.2.2.1) General ......................................................................................29 6.2.2 (4.2.2.2) Alarms and Indicators .................................................................29 6.2.3 (4.2.2.3) Illumination .................................................................................29 6.3 Software ................................................................................................................30 6.3.1 (4.2.3.1) General ......................................................................................30 6.3.2 (4.2.3.2) Safety of operation .....................................................................30 6.3.3 (4.2.3.3) Monitoring ..................................................................................30 6.3.4 (4.2.3.4) Operation....................................................................................30 6.4 (4.2.4) Inter-unit connection ...................................................................................31 Power supply – Methods of testing and required test results ...........................................31 8.7 8.8 8.9 4 60945 Ed.4  IEC:2001 9    8.9.2 Portable equipment ....................................................................................39 8.9.3 Portable equipment (temporary immersion) ................................................39 8.10 Solar radiation (portable equipment) ......................................................................40 8.10.1 Waiver 40 8.10.2 Purpose 40 8.10.3 Method of test ............................................................................................40 8.10.4 Required result ..........................................................................................40 8.11 Oil resistance (portable equipment) .......................................................................41 8.11.1 Waiver 41 8.11.2 Purpose 41 8.11.3 Method of test ............................................................................................41 8.11.4 Required result ..........................................................................................41 8.12 Corrosion (salt mist) (all equipment categories) .....................................................41 8.12.1 Waiver 41 8.12.2 Purpose 41 8.12.3 Method of test ............................................................................................42 8.12.4 Required result ..........................................................................................42 (4.5.1) Electromagnetic emission – Methods of testing and required test results ............42 General .................................................................................................................42 Conducted emissions (all equipment categories except portable)...........................43 9.2.1 Purpose .....................................................................................................43 9.2.2 Method of test ............................................................................................43 9.2.3 Required result ..........................................................................................43 9.3 Radiated emissions from enclosure port (all equipment categories except submerged) ...........................................................................................................43 9.3.1 Purpose .....................................................................................................43 9.3.2 Method of test ............................................................................................43 9.3.3 Required result ..........................................................................................44 10 (4.5.1) Immunity to electromagnetic environment – Methods of testing and required test results ......................................................................................................................44   9.1 9.2    10.1 General .................................................................................................................44 10.2 Radio Receiver Equipment ....................................................................................45 10.2.1 Exclusion band ..........................................................................................45 10.2.2 Assessment of receiver responses .............................................................46 10.3 Immunity to conducted radio frequency interference ..............................................46 10.3.1 Purpose 46 10.3.2 Method of test ............................................................................................46 10.3.3 Required result ..........................................................................................47 10.4 Immunity to radiated radiofrequencies (all equipment categories except submerged ) ..........................................................................................................47 10.4.1 Purpose 47 10.4.2 Method of test ............................................................................................47 10.4.3 Required result ..........................................................................................47 10.5 Immunity to fast transients on a.c.

fichier-pdf.fr/2014/02/28/80-286e-60945/ 28/02/2014

83% - CV M Alves Pereira Feb2015 Publ E

Clinical Medicine Design, implementation and data analyses of clinical studies pertaining to ILFN-exposed populations, including gathering of patient medical and noise exposure histories.

fichier-pdf.fr/2015/11/11/cv-m-alves-pereira-feb2015-publ-pdf-e/ 11/11/2015

82% - Federal radiation coucil

of the exposed population in which the guide for the average exposure of the sample should be one-third the RPG for individual members of the group.

fichier-pdf.fr/2011/09/03/federal-radiation-coucil/ 03/09/2011

81% - 15 jaccard

15 jaccard Amylose AL, traitement Arnaud Jaccard Centre de référence Amylose AL et autres maladies par dépôts d’Ig monoclonales CHU Limoges 17 mars 2012 exposed surface exposed surface Kappa hidden surface antigen Previously binding hinge region hidden surface sites heavy chain and antibody target carbohydrate Lambda light chain >

fichier-pdf.fr/2014/03/04/15-jaccard/ 04/03/2014

81% - fertilité plomb 1

fertilité plomb 1 '>/' Methods 385 workers occupationally exposed to DMF, from the synthetic fibre industry, were monitored for 13 years.

fichier-pdf.fr/2017/07/26/fertilite-plomb-1/ 26/07/2017

80% - MicrowaveCongruenceSchiz

22, 23 Pulsed radar exposed Latvian children are deficient in short term memory compared to unexposed children.

fichier-pdf.fr/2012/03/29/microwavecongruenceschiz/ 29/03/2012

80% - sdarticle 003ffffffffffffffffffffff

Prominent among these mechanisms are differences in the amount of testosterone to which male and female fetuses are exposed.

fichier-pdf.fr/2012/07/12/sdarticle-003ffffffffffffffffffffff/ 12/07/2012

79% - neural plasticity of speech processing before birth

familiar sound material that they were exposed to as fetuses, the neural basis of fetal learning has not thus far been investigated.

fichier-pdf.fr/2014/05/19/neural-plasticity-of-speech-processing-before-birth/ 19/05/2014

78% - Les Antilles empoisonnées au chlordécone

- Cognitive, visual, and motor development of 7-month-old Guadeloupean infants exposed to chlordecone Environmental Research Renée Dallaire et coll.

fichier-pdf.fr/2015/06/28/les-antilles-empoisonnees-au-chlordecone/ 28/06/2015

78% - Giacometti

In school arts he learned cubism in Montparnasse.He has exposed his first in Salon des Tuileries.He has created flat sculptures.

fichier-pdf.fr/2011/11/29/giacometti/ 29/11/2011

78% - Past experience

French monolinguals activate typical PWM brain regions, while both Chinese-exposed groups also activate regions implicated in cognitive control, even the adoptees who were monolingual French speakers at testing.

fichier-pdf.fr/2016/04/18/past-experience/ 18/04/2016

78% - FELIPE NETO EXPOSED

FELIPE NETO EXPOSED EXPOSED FELIPE NETO (BRAZILIAN YOUTUBER PEDO's) --------------------------Nome:

fichier-pdf.fr/2017/11/14/felipe-neto-exposed/ 14/11/2017

77% - notice utilisation converti

-Before powering on the device, please confirm that the device is properly grounded to avoid unnecessary accidents -All tools used do not need exposed metal parts should be insulated to prevent exposed metal parts from touching the metal frame, causing a short circuit.

fichier-pdf.fr/2019/04/17/notice-utilisation-converti/ 17/04/2019