lobus insula

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lobus insula

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the area of cerebral cortex located internal to the lateral sulcus and separated from the adjacent frontal, parietal, and temporal opercula by the circular sulcus of the insula; composed of short and long gyri separated by the central sulcus of the insula.
See also: insula.
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Grouped by regions, in the insular part there are registered 87,975 people and in the continental one, 237,579; figures that give a global count of 325,554 Equatorial Guineans who will have access to universal suffrage in the next legislative, senatorial and municipal elections.
However the findings also show that Wales is the most insular part in the UK with only 9% now open to working with more businesses since the downturn, this compares to the most open region, the north-east, where 41% are.
Mbega Obiang Lima explained that the lack of power was not affecting all areas of the country in the same way, as while ion the insular part of Bioko the electrical supply is continuous, because the power station uses gas; in the continental part the population has been suffering constant deficiencies in supply for months, because the Djiblohio power station is hydro-electric, and if there is no water, then it cannot generate electricity.