ver.

ver.

abbr.
1. verse
2. version
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Las lderes latinas deben estar dispuestas a crear arte a partir de algo muy desordenado, teniendo la habilidad de ver el potencial que otros no pueden ver. Como siempre, en el proceso habr[sz] l[sz]grimas y frustracin, sintiendo que nunca alcanzar[sz]s el objetivo final que buscaste desde el principio.
La eleccion del programa es equivalente a una accion de compra en un menu de ofertas en el que el espectador elige que ver. En cierta manera, el recorrido por la oferta de Netflix, por ejemplo, reedita la vieja practica del desplazamiento de la mirada por las gondolas del video club hasta elegir una pelicula.
This designation indicates that after a detailed validation process NE-ONE Flex Profiler ver. 10.0.32, INE Enterprise ver.
Aurora will retain its name, staff and services with plans to move into a new, state-of-the-art facility alongside VER.
"I am delighted that Aurora is joining forces with VER. Combining the resources and strengths of our companies has created an unbeatable team with a shared passion for service and an incredible range of production solutions.
(14) Sobre este punto ver., en la doctrina mas reciente, FIGONE, A (2014).
Distribucion Especies/sustrato/ geografica Referencia bibliografica grupo trofico conocida en Mexico Botryosphaeriales Botryosphaeriaceae Botryosphaeria ribis Ver. Carrion y Chacon, 1985 Grossenb.
Pune, May 21 -- Nihilent Technologies, a global consulting and solutions Integration Company, today announced that it has achieved the CMMI-DEV (Development) Level 5, Ver. 1.3.
Various factors such as molecular weight, molecular weight distribution, and functionality will affect the viscosity of VER. Moreover, the presence of the strong hydrogen bonding through the secondary hydroxyl group causes an increase in viscosity and poor exterior durability (21).