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os·sa

(os'ă),
Plural of L. os, bone.
[L.]

ossa

/os·sa/ (os´ah) [L.] plural of os2 .

ossa

(ŏs′ə)
n.
Plural of os2.

os·sa

(os'ă)
Plural of L. os, bone.
[L.]
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Muy en consonancia con el marco y la filosofia que lo define, el profesor Ossa no propone "un" o "el" metodo cientifico; antes bien, muy coherentemente abre las puertas para un pluralismo metodologico.
The OSSA screening programme will systematically raise the level of knowledge of DR among patients and their caregivers.
Of Vincente de la Ossa, a Spanish-Mexican tavern-keeper from Los Angeles who built the adobe, home to 13 children.
1994), Vargas (1999), Ossa (1999) y Martinez y Gonzalez (2000) en las razas criollas colombianas, Romosinuano, Blanco Orejinegro, Chino Santandereano, Casanareno, Costeno con Cuernos y Sanmartinero respectivamente.
Docente en la Universidad Jose Santos Ossa y la Universidad Catolica del
Christian Ossa, director of the Development Policy and Analysis Division of the Department of Economic and Social Development (DESD), said that downward revisions of performance of industrial countries and also of their short-term outlook had been a feature of the 1990s.
Think about how this used to go," says OSSA head Leonard A.
La declaracion anade que dicho grupo esta compuesto por los cardenales Giuseppe Bertello, presidente de la Gobernacion del Estado de la Ciudad del Vaticano; Francisco Javier Errazuriz Ossa, arzobispo emerito de Santiago de Chile; Oswald Gracias, arzobispo de Bombay, India; Reinhard Marx, arzobispo de Munchen und Freising, Alemania; Laurent Monsengwo Pasinya, arzobispo de Kinshasa, Republica Democratica del Congo; Sean Patrick O'Malley, O.
President of the Supreme Council of Islamic Affairs of Gabon, Ismael Oceni Ossa, said the audience granted by HM King Mohammed VI, Commander of the faithful, to a Council delegation on Wednesday in Libreville was an opportunity to present the Sovereign with the Council's projects.
In an experiment involving the skull of the rat, Slotte and Lundgren studied, histomorphometrically, the bone generation potential of silicone domes grafted with Bio- OssA compared to empty ones.
OSSA is part of a global medical non-profit organisation that has, over the past 29 years, treated 160 000 children worldwide and currently has programmes in 60 partner countries.