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d prime n.

d prime n.

Commentary: Vitamin D: prime mover or fellow traveller?

Octamer-primed sequencing technology: effects of dNTP supplementation

Cavendish, William, fourth duke of Devonshire (bap. 1720, d. 1764), prime minister

STEWART, James D. (1874 - 1933), KC; Prime Minister and Attorney-General of Prince Edward Island, Canada, since 1931

Prime mover or fellow traveller: 25-hydroxy vitamin D’s seasonal variation, cardiovascular disease and death in the Scottish Heart Health Extended Cohort (SHHEC)

Prime-Boost Immunization with DNA and Modified Vaccinia Virus Ankara Vectors Expressing Herpes Simplex Virus–2 Glycoprotein D Elicits Greater Specific Antibody and Cytokine Responses than DNA Vaccine Alone

BALLADUR, Edouard (born 1929), Grand Officier, Légion d’Honneur; Grand Croix de l’Ordre National du Mérite; Member, Conseil d’Etat, France, since 1984; Prime Minister of France, 1993–95

Immunization with Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 rgp120W61D in QS21/MPL Adjuvant Primes T Cell Proliferation and C-C Chemokine Production to Multiple Epitopes within Variable and Conserved Domains of gp120W61D

RAFFARIN, Jean-Pierre (born 1948), Grand Officier de la Légion d’Honneur; Grand Croix, Ordre National du Mérite; Member for Vienne (UMP), French Senate, since 2005 (Vice President, 2011–14); Prime Minister of France, 2002–05

NEPAL, Maharaja Chandra Shum Shere Jung Bahadur Rana (1863 - 1929), Hon. General in the British Army, 1919; Hon. Colonel of the 4th Gurkha Rifles, 1906; Thong-lin-pimma-kokang-wang-syan (Chinese, 1902); Grand Croix de la Legion d’Honneur, 1929; Prime Minister, Marshal, and Supreme Commander-in-Chief, Nepal

DAVIES, John Thomas (1881 - 1938), JP; Officer of the Legion of Honour, 1917; Private Secretary to Rt Hon. D. Lloyd George as Chancellor of Exchequer, 1912–15, as Minister of Munitions, 1915–July 1916, as Secretary of State for War, July–Dec. 1916, and as Prime Minister, Dec. 1916–Oct. 1922; Director of the Suez Canal Company since 1922; Director Ford Motor Co.

 

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In signal detection theory, an index of the detectability or discriminability of a signal, given by the difference between the means (or separation between the peaks) of the signal-plus-noise and the noise-only probability distributions, divided by the standard deviation of the noise-only distribution. See also noise (2), receiver operating characteristic, two-alternative forced-choice task. Symbol: d′.

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