IUS


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IUS

abbreviation for
1. (Medicine) intrauterine system; a hormonal contraceptive coil, such as Mirena, that carries a supply of progestogen, which is released in small amounts over a period of three to five years
2. (Pharmacology) intrauterine system; a hormonal contraceptive coil, such as Mirena, that carries a supply of progestogen, which is released in small amounts over a period of three to five years
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Some of the keynote speakers of this conference were Azerbaijan's Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina Eldar Hasanov, Chancellor of IUS, Prof.
Two thousand IUs decreased stiffness by two per cent in that timeframe.
Dong was also corresponding author on a study published in 2015 in the journal BioMed Central Obesity that showed, in this same group of individuals, both 2,000 and 4,000 IUs restored more desirable vitamin D blood levels of 30 nanograms per milliliter.
A double-slider mechanism in which the first slider moves into the second slider during IUS placement, providing a tactile sense for the user during the insertion process
Ulpiano, Digesto, I, 1, 3: "Ius naturale est, quod natura omnia animalia docuit; nam ius istud non humani generis proprium, sed omnium animalium, quae in terra, quae in mari nascuntur, avium quoque commune est".
Por otro lado, creo que los estudios que han tenido en cuenta el ius commune se han polarizado en el ambito del derecho privado, siendo mas escasos en el marco del derecho publico, terreno en el que se adentra esta obra.
De que manera la identidad de la comunidad y la aplicacion del Ius Puniendi coadyuvan a la preservacion del patrimonio cultural de las localidades: Caserio de Marcahuamachuco, Provincia de Huamachuco--La Libertad y el Distrito de Comandante Noel, Provincia de Casma--Ancash?
Initially, the companies have committed to donating up to 500 million IUs to the World Federation of Hemophilia over five years to support its efforts to raise the standard of care for people with haemophilia in the developing world.
Next to the IUS, the Commission also published the 2014 Regional Innovation Scoreboard (RIS), which reveals that more marked inequalities persist at regional level.
Theologians and contract law; the moral transformation of the ius commune (ca.
EL SURGIMIENTO DE LAS NORMAS DE IUS COGENS Y LAS SOMBRAS QUE AUN PERSISTENTES RESPECTO A SU NATURALEZA.
Nao havia sequer lugar [no sistema juridico romano] para o que chamamos direito subjetivo, porquanto, para seus jurisconsultos, no mundo juridico somente se distinguiam as personae (pessoas), as res (coisas) e as actiones (acoes); e o que hoje consideramos direito subjetivo [o termo latino ius suum] se enquadrava entre as res (coisas).