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Pie

A Spanish measure of length approximately equivalent to 23.86 centimeters, or just under 11 inches. It is largely obsolete.
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With inputs from agencies This is the fourth incident of infiltration in north Kashmir in two days.
Sample size of 70 patients was calculated by WHO sample size calculator with 9% absolute precision required and 95% confidence level while taking expected frequency of bone marrow infiltration to be 18%.
Table-I: Mean values of b2m and LD2 Levels in Patterns of Bone Marrow Infiltration.
Infiltration rates of sliding and lift sliding type windows for pressure differences of 10, 30, 50, and 100 Pa (0.
The model of Green & Ampt was developed based on Darcy's equation and on a few assumptions, such as the existence of a constant hydraulic head on soil surface during the entire process of infiltration (Zonta et al.
Statistically significant discrepancies in the assessment of fatty infiltration between the sagittal images and the coronal images occurred 62% of the time (111/180) in the study group and 33% of the time (40/120) in the control group (p < 0.
Wound infiltration to decrease analgesic requirement has been studied by other authors.
As for the "current-led and network infiltration," Khamenehi called that more dangerous.
In order to reduce infiltration, engineers and municipalities must first assess the condition of mainline pipes, laterals, lateral connections and manholes to determine whether restoration requires structural or non-structural repair for each component.
Even though buccal infiltration of 4% articaine and IANB of 2% lidocaine were equally effective, buccal infiltration can be considered a viable substitute in IANB for anesthetizing mandibular first molar with irreversible pulpitis.
2) These new strategies are based on relationships between infiltration rates calculated using multizone airflow models, weather conditions, and building characteristics, including envelope airtightness and HVAC system operation.