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Alternative Trading System. This term is defined under section 301 of the U.S. Securities Act.
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The ALTE definition is often vague in determination and dependent on a subjective report from caregivers and their perception of the severity of the event.
In such a case, Liesbeth Korthals Altes would ask the respective readers to actively reflect upon the factors through which they attribute different meanings to the same narrative texts and to explore diversity in interpretation.
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. "Sometimes I'll be reading my Bible and I'll run across something in there like some tribe, and there will be footnotes and they'll say archaeologists thought for years this tribe didn't exist, and then they got to studying, got to looking, and they found it, you know?
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.
Here was Schinkel's celebrated Altes Museum, facing the site of the destroyed Schloss across the Lustgarten.
Prefaced by Schinkel's Ionic colonnade of the Altes Museum, it was to include a new cathedral, university and the museums.
Apparently life-threatening events (ALTEs) in infants are associated with bronchiolitis or infections in up to 6% of patients by diagnosis after hospital admission (5).
Apparent life-threatening events (ALTEs), which include observation of a color change, apnea, alteration in muscle tone, choking, and/or gagging, can have benign or pathologic etiologies, explained Dr.
Risk factors for apparent life-threatening events (ALTEs) differ significantly from those for sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), a study has found.
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.
by Barend van Heusden and Liesbeth Korthals Altes. (Groningen studies in cultural change; v.