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Alternative Trading System. This term is defined under section 301 of the U.S. Securities Act.
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Regional 2016 project: conversion of the city museum to the "forum altes rathaus borken" trade: project room and art and graphic cabinet: furniture and showcase construction: - production, delivery and installation: furnishing project space (2nd floor): - 2 x meeting gathering table, - 1x fixed seat, - 3 x shelves.
ALTE, proposed in 1986 to replace the term near-SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome), has been defined as an episode that is frightening to the observer and characterized by some combination of apnea, color change, marked change in muscle tone, and/or choking or gagging.
Generally speaking, Korthals Altes seeks to reconceptualize narratology as a metahermeneutic endeavor that she places on the overlap between hermeneutics (the domain of reasoning about value-laden interpretive pathways) and cognitive approaches (based on the idea that recipients use memorized mental models to make meaning).
CASE 2 * Apparent life-threatening event Sarah is brought to your office after being hospitalized for an ALTE.
I was challenged by the people at San Juan Resort, Restaurant and Hotel Association in January to create an event to boost La Union tourism, recalled Altes, who co-heads AB Artists Events, one of the event sponsors.
The Bible is the oldest, most popular, the most accurate history book on the face of the earth," said Altes.
The incidence of ALTEs in children is approximately 6% of all infants, typically affecting those under the age of one year, usually under 10 weeks old, and of male gender.
We assessed the relation between ALTEs and respiratory virus infection in a secondary hospital in Spain.
One study of 59 previously healthy infants, for example, found that 14% of hospitalizations were ultimately proved necessary, and that a history of multiple ALTEs in 24 hours and age of 1 month or younger had a combined negative predictive value of 100% (Pediatrics 2007;119: 679-83).
University of Southern California researchers analysed histories of 153 infants with ALTEs for the risk factors of male predominance, gestational age, low birthweight, very low birthweight, incidence of being small for gestational age (SGA), age at the event, multiparity, maternal age and smoking.
Talissa Altes, senior author, said in interviews that the data suggest the effects of secondhand smoke are even greater in those exposed during childhood when the lungs are developing.
The Marienplatz was packed, the Costa Ricans, all wearing red jerseys, drinking beer in one corner, a group of Italian girls camped out near the Altes Rathaus, Poles and Czechs and Mexicans and Americans scattered through the square, Germans, of course, everywhere.