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BIDE

An acronym for the four major demographic processes—birth, immigration, death, emigration—which act on a compartment in a typical population compartmental model.
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The jury decided Bode 'did the acts alleged,' Judge Coates said he would make a hospital order and adjourned the case for psychiatric reports.
All components of the BODE index are routinely collected during a pulmonary rehabilitation assessment and calculation of the BODE score is quick and easy in this setting.
Imaginative choreography is what is making Bode stand out in the world of dance.
At that stage something changed for my father," Bode says, "and he admitted he knew I was going to be a dancer because, at the age of two, when I heard music, I nodded my head like a lizard.
Given the claims on scarce funding for the capital, it is remarkable that so much time and effort has been lavished on the Bode Museum and the Museumsinsel as a whole.
Prof Bode said: "The expectation was that shocks would be set up both in the ejected material and in the red giant's wind, with temperatures initially of up to around 100 million degrees Celsius - nearly 10 times that in the core of the sun.
Bode, who had a glittering career winning over 40 caps played a major role in this year's World Cup in Japan and had hoped to join English Premiership side Fulham but negotiations stalled on the player's terms.
Bode said: "Every team has to concentrate on their strengths and their own abilities.
We were happy to score such a late goal, although I think it was a bit lucky,'' said Bode.
Marco Bode replaced the largely ineffectual Jancker at the start of the second half, and he took advantage of a loose pass by Cameroon to break clear and roll the ball into the Africans' net.
Bode, also 32, could quit football altogether this summer after leaving Werder Bremen but is considering a spell playing abroad.