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Each unit description includes the order of battle, number of vehicles, and number of personnel deployed, as well as color diagrams of vehicles.
An average week included at least 75 program stops, according to a 1969 unit description.
For a comprehensive statement of the range of skills history undergraduates might be expected to acquire see the 2nd and 3rd Year Unit Descriptions and Handbook for 2004/5 produced by the Department of Historical studies at Bristol University.
Providing service unit descriptions, statistically valid usage percentages, and detailed cost matrix information would enlighten purchasers about the services that a particular EAP emphasizes or downplays.
Once in PBUSE, click on FILE UPLOAD and enter your installation code, unit description, name, rank, area code, phone number, and email address.
FIGURE 1A: MARTING RENT MATRIX Unit Description Legend Last This Week's Week's Sq.
When users entered &uot;PK&uot; meaning &uot;pink,&uot; the solution was aware that they were referring to the color description, calling up the appropriate searches, versus a unit description that would have brought up search results referring to the word &uot;package.
Each company is profiled individually including an organizational chart, business unit descriptions and financial results benchmarked against the industry.