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  • ...g themselves 'nephrologists'. Medical schools recognize nephrology as a subspecialty of [[internal medicine]] and of [[pediatrics]], typically establishing a
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  • ...ces. In addition to providing materials, they also provide the services of specialists who are experts in matters related to finding and organizing informatio ...faculty of that and other academic institutions. Some academic libraries, especially those at public institutions, are accessible to of the general public in
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  • ...e.html Chemical Corps branch profile]</ref> Other countries have technical specializations with similar names.
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  • {{r|Special Branch}}
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  • ...lfe]] has a brief role as Assistant Commissioner and head of the [[Special Branch]]
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  • ...some cases, USSOCOM has operational control, but Special Forces (and other special operations forces) are usually attached to geographically [[Unified Combata Special Forces have a core set of seven missions, and may carry out other related d
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  • ...nk company). Combat battalions typically have 800-1,000 soldiers, although specialized [[combat support]] and [[combat service support]] battalions (e.g., med ..., a corps is geographic rather than tactical, or may represent a branch of specialization. Under NATO guidelines, a corps has approximately 50,000 soldiers.
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  • ...actics, they tended to be assigned to ground forces; long-range rescue and special operations helicopters might be under air forces or navies. ...ted States Army]], [[Army aviation]] is a specific branch of service, with special responsibility for [[air assault]] technology and doctrine.
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  • ...ks or even months. And Gorgan's masters have confidence that the [[Special Branch]] and Colonel Russell's Security Executive together will be able to secure
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  • ...oup'''. The classified meaning was '''Military Assistance Command Vietnam-Special Operations Group''', responsible for covert operations against [[North Viet ...n a few days. The first commander of the airborne operations section was a Special Forces lieutenant colonel named Edward Partain, whose experience had been p
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  • ...) or '''Strategic Technical Directorate (STD)''' was the covert action and special reconnaissance organization of the [[Republic of Vietnam]]. It paralleled t ...tral Intelligence Agency]] and [[United States Army Special Forces]] for [[special reconnaissance]] and [[unconventional warfare]].
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  • ...ce Gregorio Petrella, was in the Spanish equivalent of England's [[Special Branch]] when he met Petrella's British mother, Mirabel Trentham-Foster, in front
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  • ...n the Saudi border by [[U.S. Air Force]] [[MH-53 Pave Low|MH-53 PAVE LOW]] special operations helicopters. ...targets, the Army was urging that bombing move to Iraqi military forces, especially the Republican Guard. CENTCOM intelligence reappraised AFCENT bomb damage
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  • ...y of '''Statistics''' refers primarily to a branch of [[mathematics]] that specializes in enumeration, or counted, [[data]] and their relation to measured [[d
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  • ...Minister]] [[Margaret Thatcher]], and of many of those of [[Tony Blair]], especially of the [[Iraq War|war in Iraq]]. His willingness to openly express his op ...branch-402385.html How the anti-apartheid movement was spied on by Special Branch] ''The Independent'' 15 September 2007</ref> Yet Ken Livingstone's left-win
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  • In 1946, the Special Branch was created within the RCMP to specifically handle intelligence and securit ...S).'' Because of concerns of possible threats to civil liberties, a Senate special commission was established to hold public hearings into Bill C-157. After t
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  • ...y Leviathan was Great Britain, with [[Operation Barras]], which involved [[special reconnaissance]], [[direct action (military)|direct action]], and [[hostage ...assistance in closing the security gap begins with training, sometimes in specialized areas such as intelligence. More direct, but still noncombat support, i
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  • ...from Williams on September 17 of that year. Branch line trains as well as special excursions departing from Southern California, Chicago, and [[Texas]] (and
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  • The theory of statistics refers primarily to a branch of mathematics that specializes in enumeration, or counted, [[data]] and their relation to measured [[d ...Note that it is debatable whether statistics should be considered a &ldquo;branch of mathematics&rdquo; and indeed the consensus among statisticians is that
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  • ...are all examples of trace fossils. The study of fossil traces is a special branch of [[paleontology]], called [[ichnology]]. [[Silica]], and especially its most common crystallized form (the mineral [[quartz]]), is extremely
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