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Em

A unit of length used in printing. An em is one-sixth of an inch. It is also called a pica.
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It is of interest to note that some studies suggest that pica is more common in cats housed solely indoors, raising the possibility of boredom, lack of social interaction, and redirection of hunting behavior playing a role.
Recycling more, and finding new ways to recycle, continues to be a priority for this council - and the exciting self-sustainable Eco Park proposed for Bryn Pica would not only be the first of its kind in Wales, but the whole of the UK.
pica ha sido una actividad sociocultural y economica muy importante desde los primeros asentamientos urbanos, y ha contribuido significativamente a la seguridad alimentaria y la generacion de empleo (Murcia, 2008; Mancera-Pineda et al.
Signs and symptoms of pica vary depending on the substance being consumed.
Saltzman type Termination site Pcom I Basilar artery between the SCA Hypoplasia and the AICA II Basilar artery above the origin of Patent the SCA IIIa Directly the SCA Patent Illb Directly the AICA Patent IIIc Directly the PICA Patent Pcom, posterior communicating artery; SCA, superior cerebellar artery; AICA, anterior inferior cerebellar artery; and PICA, posterior inferior cerebellar artery.
Along with a presence now in San Jose and Costa Pica, TechDevice also has manufacturing facilities in Boston, Mass.
DSM-IV-TR diagnostic criteria for pica include the persistent eating of non-nutritive substances for [greater than or equal to] 1 month that is inappropriate for the level of a person's development and not an acceptable part of one's culture) If pica occurs with other mental disorders, it must be severe enough to indicate further clinical assessment to receive a separate diagnosis.
According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Pica is defined as "persistent eating of nonnutritive substances for a period of at least one month.
The concept revolves around pica pica or shared plates which to my Indian palate seemed like a happy go-to option, but I was also concerned about the portion size as there is nothing worse than going home hungry after an expensive meal.
Zach's pica disorder means he will eat almost anything.
pica was compared between sampling stations using The Mann Whitney U test, and used the Spearman and Pearson correlation to find associations between them and physicochemical variables.
Jamie McGowan, customer services manager at Pica Pica, said Diamond Lady was based on the popular cocktail White Lady.