cabas


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cabas

(ˈkæbɑː)
n
a small ladies' bag
[C18: from French]
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Ere she had closed the door on me and herself, the corridor was already filled with day-pupils, tearing down their cloaks, bonnets, and cabas from the wooden pegs on which they were suspended; the shrill voice of a maitresse was heard at intervals vainly endeavouring to enforce some sort of order; vainly, I say: discipline there was none in these rough ranks, and yet this was considered one of the best-conducted schools in Brussels.
Another strategy to optimize packaging as a sales vehicle that Cabas explores in her work is solution-based approaches.
Lastly, Cabas and I both agree that the most influential approach to organizing a sales-driven package design is to leverage the problem/solution method.
The purpose of this paper was to construct an in vitro dose calibration curve for a 6 MV electron linear accelerator using the dicentric assay and to fit the data to both the CABAS and the Dose Estimate programs in order to compare the output of each method.
Dose-response calibration curves were constructed with the CABAS Software version 2.0 and Dose Estimate software version 4.1.
Cabas wrote in his tweet: "Irrespective of how this ends, there is only one lesson to be learned: Don't shoot children and don't jeer at their mothers," referring to the killing of 15-year-old Berkin Elvan during the Gezi Park protests in summer 2013.
In recent years we have seen a lot of Cabas' work in the Label Competition--winning many category and group awards--so their success in this year's prize winners' lineup is no surprise."
Several years ago we obtained an intellectual trademark for CABAS. This was done in order to preserve the quality and integrity of our programs.