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Problem with parallel evaluation of integrals depending on a parameter

Hello, I am hoping someone can help me.  I am trying to pass something 


to parallel kernels.  The operation is successful in the base kernel 
but fails in the other kernels due to the interior integral not being 
evaluated.  The error is as follows.

NIntegrate::"inumr" :  "The integrand (   SubsuperscriptBox[ =E2=88=A7 , 0 , 
  S ] Sin[ SubscriptBox[ =CF=86$10572 ,  11 ]\   SubscriptBox[ =CF=88$10572 ,  
11 ] [x]] \
=C2=AE=EF=A1=BFx  )    SubscriptBox[\"F$10572\", \"1\"] [S] has evaluated to non-
numerical \
values for all sampling points in the region with boundaries {{0, 1}}."

For some reason the upper bound of the interior integral is not 
replaced with the grid points on {0,1} in the parallel evaluation.  I 
have Distributed the global variable definitions to the kernels after 
the function G[s] have been defined.

I have tried several things to break this loose but have been 
unsuccessful.  Any pointers are appreciated.

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