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Pipa

A Portuguese measure of liquid volume approximately equivalent to 420 liters. It became obsolete after Lusophone countries adopted the metric system in the 19th century.
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El objetivo del presente estudio fue describir las caracteristicas y dimensiones de la osteologia radiografica de la cabeza, esqueleto pos-craneal, cintura escapular, y miembros anteriores y posteriores de la rana Pipa (Pipa pipa).
PIPEDA, the AB PIPA, and the BC PIPA provide certain exceptions to the requirement to obtain consent before the collection, use or disclosure of personal information.
En relacion con la pieza litica (Figura 3) cuya funcionalidad como pipa no es clara, no se logro determinar afinidad taxonomica de los microfosiles recuperados y los analisis quimicos tampoco identificaron nicotina en esta pieza (Echeverria et al.
Quien ha hecho, posiblemente, el mejor y mas extenso estudio de La pipa de kif es Jose Servera Bano.
El tercer modulo contemplo los mismos atributos del anterior y los entrevistados evaluaron el desempeno de los servicios de Pipa sobre una escala similar variando de 0 (pesimo) a 10 (excelente).
PIPA was announced as a Marine Protected Area, defined by the International Union for Conservation of Nature as a "clearly defined geographical space, recognized, dedicated and managed, through legal or other effective means, to achieve the long-term conservation of nature."
"We are deeply concerned that PIPA and SOPA's impact on piracy will be negligible compared to the potential damage that would be caused to legitimate Internet services.
"The sponsors of SOPA and PIPA claim that the bills are intended to thwart web
Before Smith stated his plan to take out the DNS blocking provisions, Napier discussed the harm of DNS blocking and why Texas businesses, such as Rackspace, are opposed to the SOPA and PIPA legislation.
The legislation is called the Pritect IP Act (PIPA), and would put us in legal jeopardy if we linked to a site anywhere online that had any links to copyright infringement.'
While the immediate consequences of the PIPA and SOPA bills being passed in their current form will be felt mostly in the United States, the biggest fear across the world about the debate remains setting a precedent for other governments.
Summary: Wikipedia joins other websites in protesting against the proposed legislations in the US called Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and PROTECTIP (PIPA)