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DOC - PATENT 5008779 - SHELF ASSEMBLY HAVING INFINITELY VERTICALLY ADJUSTABLE TOP SURFACE Organization: DOC
FMVSS - 30 CFR 250 81 FR 81033 - ADJUSTMENTS TO COST RECOVERY FEES RELATING TO THE REGULATION OF OIL, GAS, AND SULFUR ACTIVITIES ON THE OUTER CONTINENTAL SHELF - PROPOSED RULE Organization: FMVSS
Date: 2016-11-17
Description: SUMMARY: The Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement ...
PACKT - MAXIMIZE YOUR INVESTMENT: - MAXIMIZE YOUR INVESTMENT: 10 KEY STRATEGIES FOR EFFECTIVE PACKAGED SOFTWARE IMPLEMENTATIONS Organization: PACKT
Date: 2009-12-15
Description: If you are in an internal IT role and you find that your internal software development methodology doesn't quite work for an off-the-shelf business software package then this book will provide you with perspective on how to adjust your approach.
HHS - 21 CFR PART 131 - MILK AND CREAM Organization: HHS
Date: 2015-04-01
Description: (b) Pasteurized when used to describe a dairy product means that every particle of such product shall have been heated in properly operated equipment to one of the temperatures specified in the table of this paragraph and held continuously at or above that temperature for the specified time (or other time/temperature relationship which has been demonstrated to be equivalent thereto in microbial destruction): (c) Ultra-pasteurized when used to describe a dairy product means that such product shall have been thermally processed at or above 280 °F for at least 2 seconds, either before or after packaging, so as to produce a product which has an extended shelf life under refrigerated conditions.
HHS - 21 CFR PART 131 - MILK AND CREAM Organization: HHS
Date: 2016-04-01
Description: (b) Pasteurized when used to describe a dairy product means that every particle of such product shall have been heated in properly operated equipment to one of the temperatures specified in the table of this paragraph and held continuously at or above that temperature for the specified time (or other time/temperature relationship which has been demonstrated to be equivalent thereto in microbial destruction): (c) Ultra-pasteurized when used to describe a dairy product means that such product shall have been thermally processed at or above 280 °F for at least 2 seconds, either before or after packaging, so as to produce a product which has an extended shelf life under refrigerated conditions.
ASTM E3060 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR SUBVISIBLE PARTICLE MEASUREMENT IN BIOPHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURING USING DYNAMIC (FLOW) IMAGING MICROSCOPY Organization: ASTM
Date: 2016-06-01
Description: Biotherapeutic drugs and vaccines are susceptible to inherent protein aggregate formation which may change over the product shelf life. Intrinsic particles, including excipients, silicone oil, and other particles from the process, container/ closures, equipment or delivery devices, and extrinsic particles which originate from sources outside of the contained process, may also be present.
NAVY - SECNAV 4355.18A - (DLMSO) REPORTING OF SUPPLY DISCREPANCIES Organization: NAVY
Date: 1999-01-21
Description: Government reporting only, this guidance has been further revised to: (1) Eliminate the minimum dollar value reporting criteria for expired shelf-life items. (2) Allow optional reporting of supply discrepancies below the minimum dollar value reporting criteria for DLA-directed shipments.

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