a.1.Named before.
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[[North]], to the lands of the aforenamed village [Fayanl], which is shared between the partners.
"The shortlist was finalized by the JBC in less than 24 hours after the aforenamed justices were charged with culpable violation of the Constitution and betrayal of public trust together with four other associate justices who voted for the ouster of Chief Justice Sereno in an irregular and improper quo warranto petition," Lagman said.
In spite of the aforenamed limitations, our results were in accordance with those reported in other studies, (27-28) namely that the FAST can be reliably performed by non-radiologists after a fairly short and effortless period of training, with excellent results.
To find out the best one among aforenamed four algorithms, model quality criteria like coefficient of determination (R2%), adjusted coefficient of determination (Adj-R2%), coefficient of variation (CV%), SD ratio (the ratio of SD of errors to SD of the actual dependent variable values), Root Mean Square Error (RMSE), Relative Approximation Error (RAE) and the Pearson correlation between actual and predicted values were estimated.
Co-processing of biomass [1-16], plastic or rubber wastes [17-25] with fossil fuels (mainly with coal and petroleum residues) has sometimes demonstrated higher efficiency and led to chemically modified products compared with processing of aforenamed objects individually [1, 5, 9, 11-14, 19, 22, 24, 25].
Before he started explaining the second group of figures, Fraunce inserted a sort of poetical anthology where he compiled illustrations of the rhetorical sources previously defined in the treatise: "Before I leaue of to talk of these figures of words, I will here confusedlie insert a number of conceited verses, sith all their grace & delicacie proceedeth from the figures aforenamed" (1588: ch.