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  • Culverwell, J. (1998) Long-term Recurrent Costs of Protected Area Management in Cameroon.

    Mandara Plateau mosaic

  • Privately held Recurrent, which is backed by Hudson Clean Energy Partners, focuses on small-scale projects of up to 20 megawatts.

    Reuters: Top News

  • These agreements allow the not-for-profit health plan and hospital system to partner with a private entity that is eligible for a 30 percent tax credit available to private companies such as Recurrent Energy.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • Recurrent nets are important to us for one additional reason.

    World Wide Mind

  • Recurrent works with utilities to develop solar-power plants.

    Sharp Pushes Solar Cells

  • In the U.S., Sharp bought California-based solar-power developer Recurrent Energy in November for $3.05 million.

    Sharp Pushes Solar Cells

  • Companies like Recurrent Energy - which just sold to Sharp for $300 million - are installing utility-scale distributed renewable energy, a blend between individual solar panels, and massive solar farms.

    Andy Mannle: Why the Green Economy is Unstoppable -- and 10 Ways it's Making Life Better

  • Recurrent respiratory papillomatosis is treated with surgery to debride (remove) the benign growth from the airway without damaging the underlying structures, such as the vocal folds.

    Recurrent Respiratory Papillomas

  • Recurrent falls should have drug toxicity as part of the differential diagnosis.

    Elderly

  • The Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis Foundation offers information and support to children with RRP and their families.

    Resources for children with airway and swallowing disorders

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