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SMP

 
Society of Medical Psychoanalysts.
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SMP

Abbreviation for:
skim-milk protein
social marketing project 
standard medical practice
Statutory Maternity Pay 
strategic management plan
submuscular plexus
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In NUMA architecture, CPUs are regularly arranged in a smaller box that is so-called compute node.
Destaca que, nessa, as diferencas entre os conhecimentos teoricos, etico-politicos e procedimentais nao sao devidamente trabalhadas, o que, segundo a autora, sinaliza para a apreensao inadequada da concepcao marxista da relacao teoria--pratica numa profissao de carater interventivo.
A pesquisa foi construida em forma de verbetes-rizomaticos que podem ser lidos a partir de qualquer ponto e seguir para qualquer direcao, formando uma composicao hibrida de escrita e imagens, numa cartografia das andancas, dos acontecimentos e dos deslocamentos que estes encontros artisticos-clinicos produziram.
Instead of allowing processors to scatter data at random throughout a shared memory, NUMA introduces the concept of local and remote memory into our computer architectures.
Numa has introduced the Patriot 50 and Patriot 80 down hole hammers as the latest members of their Patriot hammer line.
Meanwhile, master explorer Dirk Pitt (McConaughey) and his wisecracking best friend Al Giordino (Zahn) from the National Underwater and Marine Agency (NUMA) are on a quest to track down a legendary Civil War ironclad battleship which supposedly vanished in West Africa along with its secret cargo.
El mismo Numa se describe como el "prodromo" o malestar que suele preceder a una enfermedad.
Bankes's description of the prime picture as the Foundation of Rome prompts an identification of the protagonist as the quasi-divine king of Rome, Numa Pompilius, who succeeded Romulus on his death, and who purportedly established a pre-Augustan Golden Age.
The activated eggs were stained with antibodies against tubulin, actin, NuMA, centrosomal proteins, and the kinesin-like proteins Kif2, KR[P.sub.110] and KR[P.sub.170], and stained cells were viewed on a laser-scanning confocal microscope.