philos.

philos.

abbreviation for
1. (Philosophy) philosopher
2. (Philosophy) philosophical
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To evaluate the functional outcome of proximal humerus fractures treated with PHILOS.
Also, whereas conventional plating systems depend on compression between the plate undersurface and bone for stability; this is not the case for the PHILOS.
Rezapour: Some existence results on nonlinear fractional differential equations, Philos.
After the brief definition of philein as such Aristotle adds, as we have already heard, some remarks on the philos.
Symplocarpaceae: The Bromhead (Edinburgh New Philos.
1817; Terminalieae Bromhead in Edinburgh New Philos.
Cheng, Scaling relationships for indentation measurements, Philos.
Thus the evidence for the normal policy of exile under Valens is in agreement with the internal logic of Philos.