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New Delhi, June 15 (ANI): With the cutoff at Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) being an unbelievable 100 percent, Union Human Resource and Development (HRD) Minister Kapil Sibal on Wednesday said the government is on the students side, and added that it is unfortunate that some colleges have record cutoffs this year.
Most profilometers allow for various cutoff lengths.
Assemblyman George Runner, R-Lancaster, has introduced legislation that would move California's kindergarten cutoff date from Dec.
How to Use Hot-Pressed Cutoff Wheels Hot-pressed cutoff wheels are used to remove gates and risers from castings because they are economical.
13 g/t Au (118,000 ounces gold); this pre NI 43-101 historical resource estimation was completed in 1997 by BLM Engineering in compliance with CIM standards at that time using a Gemcom block model with inverse distance squared grade interpolation at a cutoff grade of 0.
The crux of the matter is a proposed amendment to set a cutoff time for purchases and sales of all mutual funds, to prevent late trading abuses.
This study for the first time provides clarification of appropriate clinical cutoff values for ddI and d4T.
16, 2000 Cutoff Data to be Provided in PhenoSense(TM) HIV Resistance Test Report, Will Improve Physicians' Ability to Guide Patient Therapy ViroLogic, Inc.