borrel


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borrel

(ˈbɒrəl)
adj
archaic ignorant or unlearned
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Cheung, Edith, Roya Mutahar, Fitsum Sassefa, Mija-Tesse Ververs, Shah Mahmood Nasiri, Annalies Borrel, and Peter Salama.
Young H, Borrel A, Holland D and P Salama Public nutrition in complex emergencies.
Dicho cambio es sumamente relevante ya que la implicacion de los padres puede favorecer la efectividad de la educacion escolar (Rivas Borrel & Ugarte Artal, 2014).
The effects of LPS are due to its ability to stimulate macrophages to synthesize and secrete pro-inflammatory cytokines (Johnson and von Borrel, 1994).
GHQ-12: The General Health Questionnaire (GHQ-12) drafted by Goldberg and Williams in 1988 was used, validated for the Spanish population (Rocha, Perez, Rodriguez-Sanz, Borrel & Obiols, 2011).
Brugere JF, Borrel G, Gaci N, Tottey W, O'Toole PW, Malpuech-Brugere C.
Maori continue to experience health disparities compared to the European or Pakeha majority (Robson & Reid, 2001; Borrel, McCreanor, Jensen & Barnes, 2009; Sibley, Harre, Hoverd & Houkamau, 2011; Houkamau & Sibley, 2011).
Se sabe que tener conocimiento sobre la enfermedad y tener informacion adecuada en el area de la salud, esta relacionado tanto con la prevencion como con la adhesion al tratamiento (Silva, Franco & Marques, 2005; Cano, Rieva, Garrido, Pons-Vigues & Borrel, 2010).
Ricardo Baixeras Borrel tambien se acerca a la produccion narrativa de Pinera como precursor de la postmodernidad, en particular a traves de su analisis del cuento "El muneco", incorporado a sus Cuentos frios.
10] Chen Y, Borrel V, Ammar M, et al, "A framework for characterizing the wireless and mobile network continuum," Computer Communication Review, vol.
A genus of gram-negative, anaerobic spirochete bacteria, Borrelia was named after French biologist Amedee Borrel.