proposita


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proposita

(prəˈpɒzɪtə)
n, pl propositae (prəˈpɒzɪtiː)
(Medicine) a variant form of propositus
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(97) <<Fundatorum mens atque proposita a competenti auctoritate ecclesiastica sancua circa naturam, finem spiritum et indolem instituti, necnon eius sanae traditiones, quae omnia patnmonmm eiusdem instituti constituunt, ab omnibus fideliter servanda sunt>> (c.
The proposita was born at 39 1/7 weeks of gestation by spontaneous vaginal delivery after an uneventful pregnancy.
Upon arriving, the proposita presented with severe hypochromic microcytic anemia.
The proposita of the DTD family was born in SA in 1916 and initially examined in 1971 at the age of 55 years.
Aliis fortasse, quibus plus otii, ac valetudinis est et qui toti solum in Mathematicis versantur, licebit latius excurrere in haec a nobis proposita. Nobis ad sanctiores literas properantibus satis nunc erit leve aliquod vestigium signare in aliquo tantum problemate sonimetrico, cuius usus sit in Architectura et in humano congressu ad colloquia familiaria, ad publicas orationes, ad scenas ad theatra et cetera.
The proposita, 24 year-old female with the complaint of primary amenorrhea, was referred to Institute of Genetics and Hospital for Genetic Diseases, Osmania University for cytogenetic evaluation in the year 2013.