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Ser

An obsolete Indian unit of dry volume equivalent to one liter.
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The researchers found that after ERAS implementation, mean inpatient opioid exposure (average daily morphine equivalents) decreased from 10.7 to 5.4 equivalents when controlling for age, race/ethnicity, prepregnancy body mass index, patient-reported pain score, and medical center.
It is the first time that the name of an era has been taken from classical Japanese literature instead of Chinese one.
Like many statistics and players in baseball, it is relevant to the era. Players in the 1920s and 1930s had higher batting averages, and by the 1940s and 1950s the averages had returned to historical norms.
ERAS, based in Miami, Florida, delivers item and payment processing solutions for regional banks, community banks and credit unions.
Since the difference between the Azes and Yavana eras is known to be 128 years in spring-based calendars, and since the Yavana Macedonian year was behind the Yavana Indian year, the epoch of the era of the Yavanas has to move too and lands in BC 175/4, almost exactly as estimated by Cribb and errington on other grounds.
Obviously, the book is valuable for this update and new focus on the "fifth era," but no doubt a longer book by him focused wholly on this topic would be of great value.
Turkish-Syrian relations go back to the Ottoman era, and a comprehensive study is required to integrate the historical legacy and impact of historical imagination to the analysis of the relations in the contemporary era.
We had built a global order without quite realizing it, bit by bit, era by era, with our usual schizoid approach: alternating engagement and withdrawal....Like it or not - and clearly large numbers of Americans still don't - we Americans are now part of an organic whole with the world that George Washington wanted to keep distant.
Indeed, Pedro Martinez's numbers for the 2000 season look as though they were culled from 1968: 18-6, 1.74 ERA, 217 innings, 128 hits, 32 walks, 284 strikeouts.
Despite the surpassingly blurred outlines of a postmodern era, Sandler, in a long and well-documented chapter, "Postmodernist Art Theory," runs through New York's contingent of high-flowing talkers, most of them lodged in the pages of Artforum and October magazines, with allusions to their allusions to the French pleiade from Barthes to Baudrillard.
Nutanix, a leader in enterprise cloud computing,announced at its .NEXT Conference 2018 Nutanix Era, a new set of enterprise cloud platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offerings to streamline and automate database operations so database administrators (DBAs) can focus on business-driving initiatives.
A pitcher's success is often measured by his earned run average, or ERA, which is the number of earned runs he allows per every nine innings pitched.