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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 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).
But the Bank of England's latest report projected that inflationary pressures would ease in the long termas food and fuel prices start to fall next year.
Despite creditable performances on their travels, the Bluebirds havepicked up just two points on home soil this termas they continue to languish third from bottom.
Pittodrie boss Jimmy Calderwood has targeted the 26-year-old hitman to bolster his squad for next termas the manager gears up for an assault on the SPL and UEFA Cup.
In addition to completely customized vacations to Chile's Portillo, Valle Nevado and Termas de Chillan and Argentina's Bariloche and Las Lenas, Ski.
He is barred from seeking a third straight termas president when his time in office ends in March, but has indicated he would seek to keep a hand on Russia's reins.
Aged 81, Cllr Lang was due to stand for reelection when her fouryear termas a ward councillor ended next May.
Mugabe also called on party members to maintain unity as he sought a new termas leader.
Cllr Mann, from Formby, moved to Florida with his wife, Vera, to set up a shipping company half-way through his termas mayor in 1994.
Everyone knows he is near the end of his historic termas PM - and he is entitled to a break like everyone else.