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Gradus

An ancient Roman unit of length approximately equivalent to 740 millimeters. It was also called a pes sestertius.
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The general public may have a perception that stress contributes to cancer occurrence and given the ubiquity of PTSD and cancer and their costs to individuals and society, any observed associations could have meaningful public health implications,' Gradus explained.
Non acquievit actrix quae contra sententiam negativam a iudicibus secundi gradus iudicii prolatam appellavit ad Tribunal Rotae Romanae quod, constituto collegio die 25 ianuarii 2012, instante patrona ex officio actricis, concordavit die 4 iunii 2012 dubium sub formula <<An constet de matrimonii nullitate, in casu, ob defectum discretionis iudicii ex parte mulieris actricis>>.
1, Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum; while Hala al-Emadi performed F Chopin's Waltz in A Flat Major, Op.
2013; Lee, Liverant, Lowmaster, Gradus, & Sloan, 2014), thus making accurate assessment of this complex disorder imperative.
19 La donna del lago Rossini C: Mariotti; DiDonato, Barcellona, Brownlee, Osborn, Gradus
Nec audio Arium, qui perverso ingenio actus, imo daemoniaco seductus spiritu, gradus facit in Trinitate; Patrem majorem, Filium dogmatizans minorem, oblitus legalis praecepti: Non ascendes, inquit lex, per gradus ad meum altare (ExXX, 26) (Migne, 1885, p.
Somewhat more commonly, HHI has been used to study budget allocations across political jurisdictions, including the United Kingdom (Andrews, Boyne, Meier & O'Toole, 2005), Norway (Sorensen, 2007), The Netherlands (Dijkgraaf & Gradus, 2007), and in OECD countries (Pina & Torres, 2003).
This finding is promising given the supposition of some (APA, 2013; Gradus et al.
Gradus Y, 1983, "The role of politics in regional inequality: the case of Israel" Annals of the Association of American Geography 73 388-403