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i.e.

That is.
[L. id est]
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Information Literacy Training: Approximately 60% respondents have received information literacy training directly or indirectly from the library staff to gain familiarity with access to e-journals subscribed by the library and 40% respondents did not get any such of programme specially NIMR respondent i.
We close by adding that similar performance as with the external coil stabilization was obtained by using "shaking", i.
Think of the process of drawing up requirements for a research project - i.
Learned signs were generalized over a domain of similar items or activities: i.
In his classic Homo Ludens: A Study of the Play Element in Culture, Johan Huizinga (1952) defines play as activity which exists for itself - i.
Even in those women who did develop preterm labor, some believe that HUAM can be judged to be a total success only if the treatment is successful, i.
b) We assume the question refers to a situation in which the property is transferred and the consideration becomes due on one date, i.
These rules apply to materials that are classified as hazardous waste either through a specific listing, i.
The sample was theoretically derived (Miles & Huberman, 1994), i.
Based on recent research and the clinical practice guidelines published by the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (AHCPR), here are suggestions for selecting and utilizing topical agents, i.
The cone rheometer isothermally measures torque development, i.
We have developed clinical program renovation management (CPRM) to draw an intentional analogy with resuscitation, i.