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The Loss of Normal Ten Years as a U.S. Navy Physician Since 9/11

Modeling Normal Aging Bone Loss, with Consideration of Bone Loss in Osteoporosis

Effects of a Multimedia Project on Users' Knowledge about Normal Forgetting and Serious Memory Loss

Loss of annexin A1 disrupts normal prostate glandular structure by inducing autocrine IL-6 signaling

Embryo loss pattern is predominant in miscarriages with normal chromosome karyotype among women with repeated miscarriage

Does loss of the normal protein function contribute to the pathogenesis of Huntington's disease?

Genome-wide association analysis on normal hearing function identifies PCDH20 and SLC28A3 as candidates for hearing function and loss

Loss of imprinting of the insulin-like growth factor II (IGF2) gene in esophageal normal and adenocarcinoma tissues

Markers of endometrial function in women with unexplained recurrent pregnancy loss: a comparison between morphologically normal and retarded endometrium

Neuronal Loss in the Brainstem and Cerebellum—Part of the Normal Aging Process? A Morphometric Study of the Vermis Cerebelli and Inferior Olivary Nucleus

Polymorphism of the GRTH/DDX25 gene in normal and infertile Japanese men: a missense mutation associated with loss of GRTH phosphorylation

PTF11iqb: cool supergiant mass-loss that bridges the gap between Type IIn and normal supernovae

A loss-of-function mutation in the nucleoporin AtNUP160 indicates that normal auxin signalling is required for a proper ethylene response in Arabidopsis

 

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The loss arising from a manufacturing or chemical process through waste, seepage, shrinkage, or spoilage that can be expected, on the basis of historical studies, to be part of that process. It may be expressed as a weight or volume or in other units appropriate to the process. It is usually not valued but if it is, a notional scrap value is used. It is axiomatic in costing that normal losses are part of the normal manufacturing costs, whereas the cost of abnormal losses should not be borne by the good output. See also waste.

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