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Home :: DIRUM - Database of Instruments for Resource Use Measurement - DIRUM (Database of Instruments for Resource Use Measurement) is a project funded by the Medical Research Council Network of Hubs for Trial Methodology Research (MRC HTMR) to compile a Database of Instruments for Resource Use Measurement.

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  • E. Beaulac - A Mirror Unto Our Own Mortality

    It's difficult to know precisely how to judge an item such as this. On the one hand, it is massive, as advertised, and it is Ultra HD, as advertised. But the other night, when watching my beloved Knicks lose yet again, when I noticed the high definition forlornness of Carmelo Anthony, erstwhile hope of New York. He shook his (life size) head, disappointed in his team’s performance, fighting back tears. He was falling apart.

  • Books from Avalon - English Section was very Helpful.

    I chose three stars because the Mathematics section was confusing. I really liked the English section; my grammar improved a great deal and the humor is very uplifting. I would recommend this book to a teen that already has the Official ACT study book. After an hour of studying, it's good to read something funny to relax your mind and I believe this book would do just that.

  • DJSOUNDS - The Worst printmaster ever

    I Have Used Printmaster For Over 25 Years And I Have Had PM12 For 6 Months And Still Cant Work With It.All My Other Printmasters Worked Great And Was Fun To Work With.PM12 You Have To Be Connected To The Net In Order To Run It. The Only Reason I Purchased It Is Becauce I Got Windows 7 And My Other Printmasters Did Not Work With 7.The Program Is Very Diffacult To Use And Is Not Worth a Penny.If You Dont Have Windows 7 And Want a Printmaster Program Get Printmaster 16.I Would Not Recommend PM12 To Anyone Bad Program I Am Removing It From My PC.

  • Jackson - easy and looks great

    This light is very easy to install, and looks great. It basically replaces the existing tail light and all the cables are the exact same as the OEM parts, so it's easy to remove/install. If you've never removed fairings before, you can do the job in less than 2 hours going very slowly. If you're familiar with fairing removal, it can easily be done in 30 minutes or less.