reinsertion


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reinsertion,

n the reimplantation and splinting of a tooth into the alveolus after dental trauma, such as avulsion, or following removal of the tooth. It is performed to prevent permanent tooth loss and to restore the dentition so the patient can speak and eat normally.
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Ainsi, la culture est consideree comme un outil participant a la reinsertion des detenus au meme titre que l'enseignement ou la formation professionnels.
It was noted that most complications become apparent within the first 6 months after pessary insertion, and minor complications such as vaginal discharge, odour and excoriation/bleeding can be managed conservatively with local oestrogen application, a pessary 'holiday' and a change in pessary size at reinsertion.
As a result of this overwhelming situation, in 2011, the government of Chihuahua started to create a strategy based on six guiding principles, including the elimination of self-governance, design of infrastructure, acquisition of technology, standardization of processes and procedures, training of security staff and social reinsertion.
We want to give them this opportunity," Humala said upon enacting the reinsertion bill in March 2013.
William Deng Deng, the chairperson of the national DDR commission highlighted the importance of the reinsertion project saying the DDR programme in South Sudan is not only about disarmament and demobilization, its contributes to the security sector transformation through provision of services such as education and health care in the community.
Consideree comme une etape capitale du processus de reinsertion des ex-detenus, l'assistance post-carcerale apporte une aide precieuse a ces personnes dans leurs efforts d'insertion dans la vie familiale et socioprofessionnelle et d'integration dans la demarche de developpement global du Maroc.
EU co-funded programmes help provide skill upgrades and re-training to ease labour market transitions and facilitate the reinsertion of workers that are made redundant", he noted.
Les rebelles de la coalition Seleka ont pris les armes depuis dix jours et se sont empare de plusieurs villes du nord de la Centrafrique pour revendiquer notamment "le respect" de differents accords de paix signes entre 2007 et 2011, prevoyant un processus de desarmement et de reinsertion des ex-combattants.
We trust that this Assembly will find the necessary balance as it makes decisions on policies and actions for crime prevention and combat, rehabilitation and reinsertion, assistance to victims, and institutional strengthening, so as to ensure the comprehensive treatment that citizen security demands.
In particular, he says, it's unclear whether this algorithm would be better than a simple clinical assessment using the woman's age plus a few key facts obtainable from a first IVF attempt, such as the number of eggs retrieved, the number of embryos available for reinsertion and the woman's previous history of live births.
tree follows a sophisticated node split technique called forced reinsertion.
He was the key champion of the state's death-with-dignity law, which prevented a reinsertion of a feeding tube to keep Terri Schiavo alive against the wishes of her husband.