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Noun1.Veps - a member of a Finnish people of Russia
Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic, Soviet Russia, Russia - formerly the largest Soviet Socialist Republic in the USSR occupying eastern Europe and northern Asia
Russian - a native or inhabitant of Russia
2.Veps - a Finnic language spoken by the Veps
Baltic-Finnic - a group of Finnic languages including Finnish and Estonian
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Results: The rats in the VEPS group tended to have a higher survival rate than those in the PS group when undergoing HDF, although the difference was not significant.
For the VEP, only a small amount of the positions are utilised.
Keywords: Veps language, linguistic geography, topographical vocabulary, geographical terms.
VEP was recorded with 4-channel Digital Polygraph (Digital color monitor 17-inch model-no: IT-173SB).
In the subjects whose visual acuity was so low that they could not concentrate on the monitor, the VEP test was done using goggles.
8226; VEPs are highly effective to improve the environmental performance of golf course managers
Even if that does not happen, whites facing what they see as a demographic tidal wave may shift in a more conservative direction, counterbalancing the effects of rising nonwhite shares of VEPs in their respective states.
This study compares and contrasts the use of case in five Finnic languages (Estonian, Finnish, Karelian, Livonian, Veps, and Votic), particularly the alternations using the partitive case and the different forms of the accusative case, using parallel New Testament texts in these languages, along with some additional material from oral collections where biblical material is limited.
Under the terms of the contract and state administrative code, a VEP participant, who in violation of the contract enters a state casino, agrees to surrender any jackpot or thing of value won as a result of a wager made at the casino.
Encircling the NP and located between the superior and inferior VEPs, the annulus fibrosus (AF) confers ligament-like restraint properties to the IVD and thereby essential biomechanical support to the disc when subjected to loading.
In 2001, an international panel of experts convened to update the diagnostic criteria to include guidelines for using MRI, VEP and cerebrospinal fluid analysis to confirm an MS diagnosis faster.