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Cirencester

(ˈsaɪrənˌsɛstə)
n
(Placename) a market town in S England, in Gloucestershire: Roman amphitheatre. Pop: 15 861 (2001). Latin name: Corinium
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One challenge of reconstructing CIREN cases is the uncertainty in the occupant's position and posture at the time of the crash [8].
Con Alvarez y el licenciado Victor Manuel Gonzalez Albear--jefe de Departamento de Relaciones Internacionales compartimos un cafe y la satisfaccion de poder recorrer, mediante las preguntas y respuestas, que se hace en el CIREN, por que se lo hace y quienes son sus protagonistas.
Rugby got on top late on and looked the most likely winners David Staff going close with a 25-yard snap-shot which Ciren keeper Matty Bulman did well to force away one handed.
No obstante, los medicos, fisiatras, lopedistas, fisioterapeutas, investigadores y enfermeras que trabajan en el Ciren han sido seleccionados como los mejores de su especialidad.
Smash-and-grab Ciren had taken a two-goal lead when Andy McCabe's left-wing cross drifted over goalkeeper Mike Payne on 64 minutes and Richard Kear headed home unmarked eight minutes from time.
That's the mission of CIREN -- the Crash Injury Research and Engineering Network.
CIREN linked seven trauma centers by computer, allowing doctors and engineers to share crash data and expertise.
The Partnership for Child Passenger Safety is creating a database similar to CIREN.
And Fulke, who had distinguished himself when winning on his first ride under rules on Alpine Hunt at Cardiff's Ely Racecourse a few days earlier, landed the adjacent on Miss Lloyd Thomas MFH's Ciren.
000 ha erosionadas y 66% de riesgo de erosion de sus suelos, ocasionado por uso agricola inadecuado, siembra en suelos no arables, sobrepastoreo, y forestacion exotica, entre otras (Antivil 2004, CIREN 2010).
Zhong Hong used another word, ciren [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] ("versifier"), for recent writers he discusses.