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TERMA

An abbreviation for the “total energy released to media, ” e.g., the amount of radiation to which a cancer is exposed during radiation therapy.
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Marc Marquez is happy with his performance in the third round of the MotoGP series in |the Prix at the Termas de Rio Hondo circuit in Argentina.
The purpose of this investigation is to evaluate the effects of calcium, bicarbonate and sulphurate waters on the cilia of individuals with respiratory pathology who come to Las Termas de Copahue for minero-medicinal healing treatment in comparison with a group of patients who don't follow any thermal treatment and they live in Copahue.
Material examinado: (9 machos, 2 hembras): 1 macho Holotipo, Termas de Rio Blanco, Cautin, ii-51 (gen.
En el transcurso de Das excavaciones practicadas en este sector se documento asimismo el cierre sureste de las grandes termas romanas existentes bajo la actual Catedral, cuya existencia fue revelada por D.
The central region of Portugal has 20 spas (or 45% of the total), the north has 18 (41%), while only 14% of the total number of termas are located in the remaining four regions--three in the Alentejo and one each in Lisbon, the Algarve and the Azores, as shown in Figure 1 (Associacao das Termas de Portugal [Portuguese Spa Association] ATP, 2010; Turismo de Portugal, 2009b).
De acuerdo con la guia de Cocha, el alto nivel de actividad volcanica desde el sur hasta la Patagonia, y una falla geologica que corre paralela a los Andes dan origen a cerca de 30% de las termas del pais.
Guests stay at the Termas de Puyuhuapi Hotel & Spa, offering the perfect setting for complete relaxation in its thermal pools and full-service spa, as well as an array of outdoor adventures, such as trekking, fly fishing, and much more.
Termas RDI activities will lead to more secure air and sea travel as well as improved environmental monitoring from aircraft and satellites.
Since she revealed no clinical improvements, a relative that used to go to Termas de Sao Jorge (Sao Jorge Thermal Baths -TSJ), suggested her doing a thermal treatment.
Las hay con nombres legendarios, como la de Los Cuatro Rios, disenada por Bernini, y las hay discretas como las dos que decoran la Piazza Farnese, cuyas piletas provienen de las Termas de Caracalla, pero todas contribuyen a dar a Roma el caracter y el aspecto que el mundo asocia con una ciudad digna del adjetivo "eterna".