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  • n. A standard paper size, defined by ISO 216 with dimensions: 707 x 1000 mm

Etymologies

From ISO 216, the international standard on paper sizes specifies the trimmed sizes of writing paper and certain classes of printed matter. B1 is the second paper size code in the B series after B0. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Given that B1 is worse than B1+, Abraham could thus easily end up with an outcome that is worse than another that was available to him, even if each of his choices makes sense given the value of the alternatives he faces.

    Dynamic Choice

  • They're also a rich source of manganese, selenium, phosphorus, vitamin B1 and magnesium, delivering only 147 calories and negligible fat per cup of cooked grain, according to World's Healthiest Foods.

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  • Researchers at Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick, have discovered that deficiency of thiamine -- vitamin B1 -- may be key to a range of vascular problems for people with diabetes.

    August 8th, 2007

  • Researchers find vitamin B1 deficiency key to vascular problems for diabetic patients

    August 8th, 2007

  • We both do the nvitamin B1 so that helps a lot also.

    Mosquitoes?

  • It has included the biological functions of vitamin B1, oxidative phosphorylation, the reductive carboxylation of ketoglutaric and pyruvic acids, the photochemical reduction of pyridine nucleotides in photosynthesis, condensing enzyme - which is the key enzyme of the Krebs citric acid cycle, polynucleotide phosphorylase and the genetic code.

    Severo Ochoa - Biography

  • Biological Laboratory and from 1938 until 1941 he worked on the biological function of vitamin B1 with Professor

    Severo Ochoa - Biography

  • He has started something called the B1 campaign which hopes to "empower all Americans over the age of 10 to participate in some endeavor that serves the public good."

    Linda Cronin-Gross: For the 4th: "Authentic Patriotism;" Can We Restore America's Ideals Through Selfless Activism?

  • The first, sometimes referred to as a B1, occurs when the sailboat goes over 90 degrees, stays there for a second or two, and then rights herself, hopefully with crewmembers still on board washed up against the lifelines or clinging desperately to the wheel in the cockpit.

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  • Another example is the so-called B1 family of sustainable scenarios (developed by different modelling approaches) for the IPCC Special Report on Emissions Scenarios (Nakicenovic and others, 2000) that all achieve equity through a host of policy and behavioural changes in the world, along with improvements of environmental compatibility at all scales (De Vries and others, 2000).

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