boet


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boet

(bʊt)
n
South African brother; mate, chum
[Afrikaans]
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Por ejemplo, en la hipotesis de Born y Boet (2004), consideran que no existe una resiliencia comun a todos los individuos ni a todas las situaciones, sino mas bien varias resiliencias, cada una de ellas especificas respecto a un conjunto de factores de riesgo.
(5) Sir George Grey also donated an incunabulum edition of the Latin text De Consolatione philosophiae (Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 1476); AL copy: shelfmark 1476 BOET
Together with Vincent Harrison, Boet Heese and Atties Malan, he was involved in early research on neonatal ventilation, and was part of a remarkable study elucidating the significance of grunting in newborn infants with hyaline membrane disease.
(53.) As Aquinas remarks in a critical verdict, "the seven liberal arts do not sufficiently divide theoretical philosophy" (In Boet. De Trin, q.
If the sensor detects a collision with a person, the trailing edge of the bonnet is raised bOEt?O ??tE?liseconds to reduce the force of the accident and the severity.
It is with great sadness that the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of Cape Town announces the death on 12 July 2014 of Emeritus Professor Boet Dommisse, who headed the Department from 1991 until he retired in 1996.
The couple have decided to hold the ceremony at Los Cabos Mexico on July 19 and Behati's father, Boet Prinsloo, who is a minister, will play a part in officiating the wedding.
He also scored notoriety in the 1995 World Cup when he along with James Dalton and Rod Snow were sent off for fighting in a Canada v South Africa match that came to be known as the Battle of Boet Erasmus (Stadium).