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  1. SAS will abbreviate as necessary.
  2. SAS will abbreviate as necessary to fit the format width given.
  3. SAS will abbreviate the month name to fit the format width specified.
  4. SAS will abbreviate if the full month name will not fit in the format width supplied.
  5. SAS will abbreviate month name and/or use 2-digit year as necessary to fit the format width.

  6. We would like to edit our Lord’s Words and abbreviate them with a softer less harsh reality.
  7. SAS will abbreviate month name or use only numbers and delimiters to fit the format width specified.
  8. SAS will abbreviate quarter, use numbers and delimiters only, and use a 2-digit year if necessary to fit the format width specified.
  9. SAS will abbreviate as necessary to fit the format width specified and may substitute numbers and delimiters for the month name, day, and year.
  10. SAS will abbreviate the month name or use numbers and delimiters in local format (no year) if the format width cannot accommodate the full month name.
  11. SAS will abbreviate the month name or use only numbers and delimiters for the month and day if the format width cannot accommodate the full month name.
  12. SAS will abbreviate the month name or substitute numbers and delimiters in local format for the month name, day, and year as necessary to fit the supplied format width.
  13. If the width specified is less than 18, SAS will abbreviate the month name and add leading spaces as necessary, even if the date to be displayed will fit in the width specified.

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  1. The literal ( abbreviated to lit.
  2. Gene names (abbreviated) and their.
  3. Problems in abbreviated and lay terms.
  4. I'm giving you the abbreviated version.
  5. But Isla stuck to the abbreviated version.
  6. I conducted an abbreviated scan of the area.
  7. It is often abbreviated as AC on the forum.
  8. Abbreviated wheels do not cover everything.
  9. I found that abbreviated tempest remarkable.
  10. In writing these may be abbreviated; thus,E.
  11. How come "abbreviated" is such a long word?
  12. Days of the week are abbreviated as follows:.
  13. Therefore, 10 cubic feet is abbreviated as 10 cf.
  14. Similarly, ustedes can be abbreviated to Uds or Vds.
  15. Wed, 24 Sep, 2012 Full date information, abbreviated.
  16. Wed, Sep 24, 2009 Full date information, abbreviated.
  17. There is a voice missing from this abbreviated synopsis.
  18. We�re just giving him an abbreviated tour of Iathera.
  19. In the written form, usted can be abbreviated to Ud or Vd.
  20. This is an extremely abbreviated description of all the.
  21. An abbreviated list of hunted, fished, or trapped animals.
  22. An abbreviated list of some of the more common symptoms is.
  23. Steel is measured in metric tons, sometimes abbreviated as MT.
  24. Here’s an abbreviated version of IBM’s income statement:.
  25. Further in the text, the term is used in its abbreviated form.
  26. I have abbreviated the normal weekly work to include only the U.
  27. For the abbreviated variation, which lets in just 4 chief muscle.
  28. If their abbreviated stay caused a political incident, then so be it.
  29. Fortunately, the locals had abbreviated the name of the place to AKKT.
  30. They gave the embarrassed Bachetti an abbreviated overview of what had.
  31. In abbreviated form the details of these two situations are as follows:.
  32. Abbreviated as "ATS", is also referred to as a turf scrubber or algal scrubber.
  33. Wanting to get this story over with, I’m going to give the abbreviated version.
  34. It is usually abbreviated to NWT, so from now on I shall use that simplified term.
  35. It is used further in its abbreviated form (see Abbreviations used in IISSIIDIOLOGY).
  36. This abbreviated view is the basis for referencing the individual spirits by the first.
  37. These are abbreviated definitions, but they convey the primary meanings relevant to this.
  38. My abbreviated California vacation was over with and it was time to get back into harness again.
  39. That, in abbreviated form, is what Kahneman and Tversky found and what is called prospect theory.
  40. It was a rapturan model assault rifle, the Raurus Assault Rifle, or RAR as it had been abbreviated.
  41. Not that she was a crack shot, but from six metres even with the abbreviated barrel she couldn’t miss.
  42. Vega is sometimes abbreviated with the Greek letter nu (ν) because in written form it is similar to a v.
  43. I have also abbreviated the individual trade plans to only five stocks, and have added two earnings plays.
  44. The list of files was staggering and each one was labeled with abbreviated words that made no sense to her.
  45. They are the abbreviated typed notes from my notebook that I managed to put together during the last two days.
  46. By early 2013, it seemed Boeing had been forming an intriguing continuation H&S bottom with an abbreviated right shoulder.
  47. Note the abbreviated right shoulder, which can signal a potentially powerful move to come, and the slightly rising neckline.
  48. When the tiles neared the top of the abbreviated chimney, Carl switched to laying brick, sending Trask down to mix more mortar.
  49. She spends many evenings sitting on my lap, which you can imagine is very invigorating for a man wearing abbreviated lederhosen.
  50. The letter Marilyn wrote to the Strasbergs from Payne Whitney was printed in an abbreviated version in the Daily Mirror, August 5, 1981.
  51. Mahgdylynah dropped an abbreviated curtsy and withdrew, and Stefyny seated herself once more in her own chair behind the embroidery frame.
  52. One of the advantages of abbreviated life expectancies is our being able to pass the buck to Posterity for all our thoughtless indiscretions!.
  53. The first entry in this diary was a story that appeared on November 4 in the business section of the New York Times (henceforth abbreviated NYT).
  54. It shows in the third column the company name, sometimes in abbreviated form, and if the shares were not issued in sterling, the currency is also given.
  55. In the following table, you see that March is abbreviated for width specifications less than 18, even though there is room to print the entire date string.
  56. I swear Prinz would leap up in the air with all four paws stretched wide, his mouth fully open, and spit an abbreviated mewrt that mimicked Dad’s boo!.
  57. I'm concerned that if the first immortal is caught, While collecting the remnants of their abbreviated meal, BP moved towards a suddenly obvious trailhead.
  58. Suddenly, in March, the agency was told that the new focus was to be the so-called ‘sandwich class’—not rich, not middle class, not BPL (abbreviated to NRMB).
  59. Add as an annex an abbreviated list of the materiel and planes contained in the convoy and the list of ships in the convoy, along with the planned route to the Philippines.
  60. Ingrid then spent a couple minutes telling an abbreviated story of her life to Jacques, who listened to her with genuine interest as they rolled through the streets of Saigon.
  61. Although Alexander would spend his abbreviated adult life fighting for fortune and fame, he was never able to outgrow the destructive state of conflict into which he was born.
  62. With abbreviated ablutions and breakfast done, and the sun a few fingers above the horizon, Dimarico and party left for the abbey and whatever other errands they could accomplish.
  63. Though his father wasn’t Jewish, Muhammad adopted the precepts of Judaism, and dictated an abbreviated version of Judaism to an assistant that wrote it down as the foundation of Islam.
  64. This fictionalized account would have to be seen as a parable in itself, as it of necessity has to be an abbreviated account of what any real-life encounter, or series of them, must have involved.
  65. Answerable to the United Nations, his team would soon be in a position to submit a highly detailed strategy for the survival of humanity with the code name, ‘The Blessings of Shiva’, abbreviated to TBOS.
  66. In most cases, messages had to be short due to the cost of sending lengthy posts, and also, common messages were abbreviated to shorten response time, as well as to create code to block parents from decyphering.
  67. In most cases, you work with the entries in the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE and HKEY_CURRENT_USER keys (often abbreviated as the HKLM and HKCU, respectively) when you configure a Windows system, whether you are aware of it or not.
  68. The sprawling Martians were no longer to be seen, the mound of blue-green powder had risen to cover them from sight, and a fighting-machine, with its legs contracted, crumpled, and abbreviated, stood across the corner of the pit.
  69. Indeed, there had been a particular scandal when one of their number had changed her name to “Grunt-and-Runt-and-Crug-and-Slurp-and- Farg-mate”, but they had all abbreviated her name to “Slut” to make it less of a mouthful.
  70. Born into Concentrated Animal Farming Operations, tens of thousands spend their lives standing in their excrement, force-fed antibiotic laced GMO feed, waiting to die an accelerated and abbreviated life for a hungry and hurried diner.
  71. The author of course, feels the necessity of explaining to the reader why one is given his full title, while the other's name is abbreviated, if only that such a mode of expression may not be regarded as unseemly and rather familiar.
  72. Frederick is a decent runner, faster than Werner, but the commandant seems to count quickly this afternoon, and Frederick’s head start has been abbreviated, and the snow hampers him, and he cannot be over twenty yards away when Bastian raises his left arm.
  73. Much abbreviated and incomplete, the felony murder rule says that one committing a felony may be guilty of murder if someone, including the felony victim, a bystander or a co-felon, dies as a result of his acts, regardless his intent—or lack thereof—to kill.
  74. A system area network (or SAN, not to be confused with a storage area network, also abbreviated SAN) is essentially a dedicated, switched network that connects a group of computers that are in the same administrative domain and located relatively close to each other.
  75. When he finally realised I wasn’t an Arab, had understood nothing, and my abbreviated swimwear didn't mean I was touting for business on his patch, he calmed down and in sexily accented English asked if I would like to be fucked for five dirhams, shaking his head in disbelief at my refusal.
  76. After the wondering fear of this strangeness had abated, I would present a small portion of my personification for his edification, instilling in him an urgency to share, knowing that he would only be able to do so through the limitations of his very abbreviated, tunnel-like viewing repertoire.
  77. The Greek Bible, commonly called the Septuagint Bible or Bible of the Seventy, and often simply abbreviated LXX, was translated from Hebrew and Aramaic texts older than the subsequent series of issues that centuries later were settled in the current form of the Hebrew-Aramaic text the Tanakh or the Hebrew Bible.
  78. Only a few hundred of the newly developed “M97 Rifle Grenade Launcher, Model One”—officially abbreviated as the “RGL” but already known to the troops as “Shan-wei’s slingshot,” which was in a fair way to being shortened to “sling”—had reached the Republic, and they’d been rushed forward to the Army of Midhold.
  79. These numbers, known variously as the Greeks (because they are commonly abbreviated with Greek letters), the risk measures, or (for the mathematically inclined) the partial derivatives, will not answer all our questions concerning changing market conditions, but they are an important starting point in analyzing the risks associated with both simple and complex option positions.
  80. Although it is true that the registration statements are undoubtedly too bulky to be read by the typical investor, and although it is doubtful if he is even careful to digest the material in the abbreviated prospectus (which still may cover more than 100 pages), there is no doubt that this material is proving of the greatest value to the analyst and through him to the investing public.
  81. Don’t you think that we have heard that song long enough and now is the time to quit dancing with that same serpent? What does a membership have to do with anything? Why do so many continue with this idolatrous, abbreviated alterative for Jesus, when in actuality many are hindered severely from that train of thought? There is no other way, but the Way, there is no other truth, but the Truth, and certainly we have no other true life, but His Life.
  82. An abbreviated list of zoo jobs includes: zoo director,.

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