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IUS

Abbrev. for intrauterine system. The term refers to a hormonal contraceptive coil, such as MIRENA, that carries a supply of progestogen, which is released in small amounts over a period of three to five years.
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It turns out that vitamin D fortification was feasible and stable over each product's shelf life at 250 IUs per serving.
Gartner clients can learn more in the report "Market Share Analysis: IaaS and IUS, Worldwide, 2017."
Some of the keynote speakers of this conference were Azerbaijan's Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina Eldar Hasanov, Chancellor of IUS, Prof.
* A double-slider mechanism in which the first slider moves into the second slider during IUS placement, providing a tactile sense for the user during the insertion process
Established in 2004, the Doha-based IUS is a social and cultural forum run by Urdu-speaking people of Indian origin to promote the language.
Por otro lado, creo que los estudios que han tenido en cuenta el ius commune se han polarizado en el ambito del derecho privado, siendo mas escasos en el marco del derecho publico, terreno en el que se adentra esta obra.
Ius is not subtle and could have shown more imagination in naming her characters: Henry Tudor, Anne Boleyn, Catherine, Arthur; even Jane Seymour makes an appearance toward the end.
The recommended daily allowance of vitamin D for women age 51 to 70 is 600 IUs (international units), which increases to 800 IUs after age 70.
Men younger than age 70 should get at least 600 international units (IUs) of vitamin D and 1,000 mg of calcium a day; men over age 70 should get at least 800 IUs of vitamin D and 1,200 mg of calcium daily.
Whereas last year's Innovation Union Scoreboard (IUS) revealed the negative effects of the economic crisis on the innovation performance of member states, the 2014 report, published on 4 March, shows that the impact of the crisis is not "as severe as expected".