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Saltus

An ancient Roman unit of area approximately equivalent to 201.9.
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Since "through the observation our knowledge of the system has changed discontinuously, its mathematical representation also has undergone the discontinuous change and we speak of a 'quantum jump'"--which is not to be ascribed to nature, as object of study, so much as to the human mind: when quantum theory is criticized on the grounds that "Natura non fecit saltus," then "we can reply" (says Heisenberg), "that certainly our knowledge can thus change suddenly and that this state of affairs justifies the use of the term 'quantum jump.
There is a great fear, either in Wordsworth or in nature, of traumatic breaks: Natura non facit saltus.
Esto incluye, claro, la definicion de los limites del territorio, de donde comienza un espacio ajeno o saltus donde situar lo sobrenatural y donde confluyen los seres del espacio propio y del espacio salvaje.
Lori Saltus, executive vice president customer relations at Citizens Telephone Cooperative (Floyd, Va.
Edgar Saltus, quoting Giacomo Leopardi, Pensieri (24)
17) Suele hacerse referencia a la inspiracion botanica de dicho diagrama, pero conviene no perder de vista que en cambio la composicion del mismo resuena asimismo la secuencia clasica: domus-hortus-ager-saltus-silva, mediante la que se representaba la organizacion arquetipica de la sociedad campesina europea (donde ager se refiere al espacio del cultivo, saltus al espacio del pastoreo y silva al espacio forestal).
Saltus started with the company as an Account Manager, learning the business from the ground up starting with the client sales process.
The framework has been used to evaluate culturally competent knowledge development (Mendias & Guevara, 2001), culturally specific measurements (Im, Meleis, & Lee, 1999), and the evaluation of the rigor and credibility of research with diverse populations (Jacobson, Chu, Pascucci, & Gaskins, 2005; Mill & Ogilvie, 2003; Saltus, 2006).
11, 2012, "Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Communications" by Richard Saltus, http://news.
Rupes et saltus uidere te putes adamantinos ubi niue conspicis candicantes, gurgites cum conglaciarunt, uitreos esse credas, unionibus et margaritis conspersos dicas agros, cum ruris pruinae guttulis distincti intermicant, et uero praetiosissimas eae guttulae gemmas aequant, aequat nix adamantas, crystallusque ipsum gelu.
It's to be noted that Saltus Jordan, specialized in organizing conferences and exhibitions, is considered the Exclusive Marketer for this event through hosting "Foundation Prince Jamal Al Noaimi International", the important representative for the Libyan Transitional Council, which supports and helps the Libyans hugely through logistic support especially during this sensitive period full of social and human disasters in Libya.
The allocation of more expenses to the fund, rather than to the management company, can be considered a premium that investors pay to access these managers and reflects the ability of the largest funds to absorb these expenses without significantly affecting performance," said Bill Saltus, Head of Hedge Fund Technology Consulting, at Citi Prime Finance.