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  The Complement System
This is aided by the increased permeability of the capillary beds mediated by C3a and C5a.
The early complement components are also important for solubilizing antigen-antibody complexes assisting in their catabolism and elimination from the body.
The explosive potential of the complement system requires that it be kept under tight control.
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 AmosWEB eTutor: GLOSS*arama
One of two goods that are consumed together to provide satisfaction -- that is, the goods are used jointly to satisfy wants and needs.
A complement good is one of two alternatives falling within the other prices determinant of demand.
When the terms complements or complement goods are used, they typically means complement-in-consumption (compare this with complement-in-production).
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 Fresh1 - Kiwifruit
A good source of dietary fiber, with 4 grams a serving, 16% of the RDA.
A good source of vitamin E, which is extremely hard to find in low-fat food sources.
Good kiwifruit is plump and oblong, with thin, brown, fuzzy skin.
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 Positional good Summary
Examples of positional goods include high social status, exclusive real estate, a spot in the freshman class of a prestigious university, a reservation at the "hottest" new restaurant, and fame.
Competitions for positional goods are zero-sum games because such goods are inherently scarce, at least in the short run.
Real estate is said to represent a positional good because the value of your land primarily depends not upon anything inherent to that land or the buildings which are affixed to it, but the social context in which that land is placed.
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 Complement System
Be sure at the outset to get your mind around the idea that the complement system is a set of over 20 different protein molecules always found in the blood.
With an infection, this system of molecules is activated, leading to a sequence of events on the surface of the pathogen that helps destroy the pathogen and eliminate the infection.
At the center of the cascade are steps in which the proteolysis of a complement protein leads to a smaller protein and a peptide.
courses.washington.edu /conj/inflammation/complement.htm   (482 words)

  
 Key Terms and Concepts
With complements, the demand for one rises as the price of the other falls (or the demand for one falls as the price of the other rises).
When the good is produced, the firm utilizes resources (entrepreneurship (or entrepreneurial ability), capital, labor, and land) and pays the costs of production associated with using those resources.
As the price of a good rises, the quantity demanded of the good also rises, and as the price of a good falls, the quantity demanded of the good also falls, ceteris paribus.
www.mc.maricopa.edu /~gpratt/vocabulary.html   (2285 words)

  
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What is meant by a normal good and how a change in income affects the demand curve for a normal good ______ 7.
What is meant by a substitute good and how a change in the price of a substitute for good X affects the demand curve for good X ______ 9.
What is meant by a complement good and how a change in the price of a complement to good X affects the demand curve for good X ______ 10.
www.uwec.edu /kolbfr/Spring2004coursematerial/Chap4Checklist.doc   (586 words)

  
 Linking Verbs
In this sentence, the linking verb "became" links the subject "it" to the subject complement "tedious." The phrase "after the first fifteen minutes" functions as a adverb modifying the clause "it became tedious".
In this sentence, the adjective "terrible" is a subject complement that describes a quality of the water.
In this sentence, the adjective "queasy" is a subject complement that describes Cynthia.
www.uottawa.ca /academic/arts/writcent/hypergrammar/link.html   (416 words)

  
 Modifiers
The transitive verb "felt" calls for a subject complement, a modifier that describes mother, the subject of the sentence.
A subject complement must be an adjective, because a subject is always a noun or a pronoun.
As a transitive verb, "feel" connects the subject "I" with the subject complement "good." The subject complement tells us more about the subject; it must be an adjective rather than an adverb.
www.meredith.edu /grammar/modifier.htm   (1591 words)

  
 Winerd: Wine Pairings
This point of reference can be a good way to start building wine vocabulary for beginners.
If the Shiraz is not too tannic and full-bodied it can be a good red wine for sipping, perfect for cocktails when no food is served.
This is a good sipping wine, perfect for cocktails when no food is served.
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 Cook with Aloha - Good Food/Good Health - November 2004
The flavor is a good complement to many foods, particularly salads and fish.
Some nuts, like hazelnuts, almonds and peanuts, are a good source of vitamin E, while walnuts are a good source of health-promoting omega-3 fat.
Salmon is a particularly good source of omega-3 fat, a polyunsaturated fat with two major benefits – it doesn't raise blood cholesterol, and it seems to have health-promoting powers that lower the risk of heart disease and possibly cancer.
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 Demand in Economics
This just means that the bigger is a person’s demand for a good, or the stronger is that person’s demand for the good, the higher the demand curve will be.
A demand curve that indicates strong preference for the good shows that a person is willing and able to pay higher prices for any quantity of the good.
This shows you how the price of a complement good influences how much people are willing to pay for a good, and therefore the position of the demand curve.
uwacadweb.uwyo.edu /rgodby/ECON1010/demand.htm   (1050 words)

  
 CHAPTER C1. CONSUMER BEHAVIOR AND DEMAND
In the case of a non-addictive good or activity, the rational decision criterion is to continue to consume more of the good, even while realizing declining additional utility, until the marginal value realized in consumption is no longer greater than the marginal cost of the acquisition.
In the case of a good or activity that is an object of addiction, since the marginal utility always increases as successive units are consumed, no consumption-limiting criterion is ever reached unless the marginal disutility rises to exceed the increasing marginal utility.
Managers will be expected to prefer to produce normal goods in a growing economy and during economic expansion; it would be rational to choose to produce inferior goods in a declining economy or during an economic contraction.
facweb.furman.edu /~dstanford/mecon/c1.htm   (6961 words)

  
 Seriously Good: August 2006
The Calabacitas with fresh corn, squash, and tomatoes was also delicious and a good complement to the 'Q. The last element was dessert.
Their 'Q is good (slow-roasted in smoke as it should be) but I thought for this event I'd smoke a pork roast myself and shred it to make pulled-pork.
The souvlaki was good, but not great -- as opposed to the pork kabobs, which were also a WS recipe and were insanely great.
seriouslygood.kdweeks.com /2006_08_01_seriouslygood_archive.html   (5041 words)

  
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Goods that only have usefulness in pairs such as shoes.
If total utility from good X were to reach a maximum and then start to decline for additional units of good X, what would this imply about the marginal utility from additional units of good X? Make up a numerical example to show this.
Assume Z is a complement to good X, and Y is a substitute for good X.
www.indiana.edu /~econjw/fall04-s201/top5.htm   (337 words)

  
 Language Log: Pronominal perplexity at the AP
Beth Levin dubs the class of "dub verbs" (anoint, baptize, brand, etc.), call here takes two verbal complements: he and Lay (those who are called something) and a good team (what they are called).
small clause," encouraging a reading where the first complement is interpreted as the subject of the second, thus taking the nominative case.
The headline could have initially read, "Skilling says/claims/testifies (that) he and Lay were a 'good team,'" where he and Lay serves as the subject of a relative clause.
itre.cis.upenn.edu /~myl/languagelog/archives/003016.html   (545 words)

  
 AskMen.com - Make boss look good
Making your boss look good should be your "Job 1," to borrow a phrase from Ford.
Because I'm assuming that you already know how to do your job well, this will not be a lesson on how to be a competent employee.
Have the explanation as to why this is the case ready for your boss so that he can explain it to his boss.
www.askmen.com /money/career_100/108_career.html   (592 words)

  
 Web Page Multiple Choice for Econ 2106 Fall 04, Exam 1
11) Suppose Good Z is an inferior good, and the price of Good Z is observed to fall over a given time period.
a discovery that consumption of Good Z may cure a disease that affects many people and was previously believed to be incurable.
15) Suppose Good Z is a normal good, and the price of Good Z is observed to rise over a given time period.
www.gdn.peachnet.edu /faculty/lsmyth/micro.mc1.f04.htm   (1508 words)

  
 Taylor, Economics, 3/e - - Glossary
complement  a good that is usually consumed or used together with another good.
price  refers to a particular good and is defined as the amount of money or other goods that one must pay to obtain the good.
substitute  a good that has many of the same characteristics as and can be used in place of another good.
college.hmco.com /economics/taylor/econ/3e/complete/students/glossary/ch03.html   (450 words)

  
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D. An increase in the price of good X. There are published reports that good X has designs flaws that cause harm to consumers.
An “increase in the quantity demanded” means: A. the demand curve for the good has shifted to the right.
This year consumers buy 15 units of good Y when the price is $4.
www.rose-hulman.edu /~bremmer/SL151/homework/hw4.doc   (581 words)

  
 North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
For building design a good starting point is building smaller (using space more effiiently to meet your needs), tightening the surface and filling cracks to prevent air infiltration, and better insulation.
It is a good complement to passive solar design because both systems work well with building on an insulated slab, providing mass for passive heat storage and a convenient and protected location for the pipes.
This makes radiant floor heating a good complement also to active solar water heating, which can provide a good portion of the 110 degree water needed.
www.ncsustainableenergy.org /efficiency/heat&cool.html   (1223 words)

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