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torsemide

(USAN), torasemide (INN) n torasemida (INN), torsemida
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According to Torem (2007), in the field of psychoneuroimmunology, studies have shown how the central nervous system influences the functions of the immune system.
"In addition, a pilot party of the Iranian "Torem Hoshemi" rice variety was seeded this year in Kyzylorda.
Po przebytym cyklu rehabilitacyjno-leczniczym liczba osob z prawidlowym torem oddechowym zwiekszyla sie do 23 (45,1%), rowniez do 23 (45,1%) wzrosla liczba osob z torem mieszanym, natomiast 5 osob (9,8%) nadal nie potrafilo prawidlowo oddychac (tor obojczykowo-zebrowy).
Peterik, Jim, and Lisa Torem. Through the eye of the tiger: the rock 'n' roll life of Survivor's founding member.
Another encouraging paper on the treatment of HG with hypnosis described a variety of techniques used by the therapist for different clients (Torem, 1994, pp.
Segun Huaman y Torem, el mejor porcentaje de remocion de Cr(VI) en cascaras de coco fue observado en un valor de pH igual a 2 unidades alcanzando una remocion superior a 80 % (Huaman and Torem, 2008).
Winkler has argued that although it is delivered marginally as an interruption of the prologue, the "Quis ille?" conundrum asks the central question of who is in charge of the text.(61) Winkler treats the search for the identity of the author as a whodunit: "[T]he end is a secret, the narrator is an initiator who guides the reader toward that hidden goal."(62) When Mithras announces at 11.15 that the previous plot had higher meanings not seen until the initiation of Lucius, the attentive reader realizes that Lucius Apuleius is 'auctorem et <ac> torem," actor and author, (63) in the prologue and text as the initiated deacon of Isis who has narrated his path to enlightenment.
(9.) In some situations, although PECS is discussed in the body of the article, the method described is clearly that of a picture schedule rather than PECS per se (see Dooley, Wilczenski, & Torem, 2001, for an example).