cauter


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cauter

An antiquated term meaning either:
noun
(1) Cautery (the act of cauterising); 
(2) A cautery iron;
or
verb To cauterise.
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Van Cauter, "Effects of poor and short sleep on glucose metabolism and obesity risk," Nature Reviews Endocrinology, vol.
Aronsohn, R.S., Whitmore, H., Van Cauter, E., & Tasali, E.
En un analisis de los programas preventivos realizado en Belgica durante los anos 80, Welgrave y De Cauter (1986) analizaron criticamente una clasificacion basada en la distincion entre los momentos en los que interviene la accion preventiva--antes, durante o despues del evento indeseado--, el enfoque de la intervencion preventiva--los comportamientos de los sujetos o la modificacion del contexto social--y la orientacion defensiva--sobre los sintomas--u ofensiva--sobre las causas--.
(47.) Spiegel K, Leproult R, L'hermite-Baleriaux M, Copinschi G, Penev PD, Van Cauter E.
van Cauter, VP Global sales and Business Development: “This installation further extends our global network of researchers committing to TriFoil's unique Fluorescence Emission Computed Tomography (FLECT) technique.”
Michiel Dehaene and Lieven de Cauter. London: Routledge, 2008: 41-50.
[8.] Knutson KL, van Cauter E, Rathouz PJ, DeLeire T, Lauderdale DS.
By doing so, Ortese does not fall prey to the sense of vertigo and disintegration that Baudrillard saw as the apocalyptic corollary to the collapse of all coherent systems of representation "not only at the level of objective culture, the level of public discourse, but also in the daily experience of people, inside 'the subject'" (de Cauter 21).
Though locality is a product of social relations, we do not follow the line of those (Koolhaas and Mau, 1995; Escobar, 2001; De Cauter, 2004; Auge, 2008) who argue that globalization is rendering places empty.
those marvelous empty zones on the edge of our cities': heterotopia and the 'Dead Zone'", in Heterotopia and the City: Public Space in a Postcivil Society Eds M Dehaene, L De Cauter (Routledge, London) pp 203-214
This is about terminally ill children, whose death is imminent and who suffer greatly," said Carina Van Cauter, a Flemish Liberal Democrats lawmaker, according to (http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/02/13/us-belgium-euthanasia-idUSBREA1C0UF20140213) Reuters.