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EXITUS. Issue,, child, or offspring; rents or profits of land. Cowell, h.v. In pleading, it is the issue, or the end, termination, or conclusion of the pleadings, and is so called, because an issue brings the pleadings to a close. 3 Bl. Com. 314.

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28) Wardle 2007:447, though dealing with Augustus, points out that demonstrating concern for family and friends is an important part of the exitus of the good emperor.
Respiratuar distres sendromu varligi ve surfaktan kullanimina gore olum oranlari Yasiyor Exitus SSS (+) 42 %60,0 24 %100,0 [chi square]:13,6 SSS (-) 28 %40,0 0 %0,0 p=0,0001 Var 42 %60,0 24 %100,0 [chi square]:13,6 Yok 28 %40,0 0 %0,0 p=0,0001 Tablo 5.
The exitus, or better, the free creative act of God, does in fact aim at reditus, but this does not mean that created being is revoked.
This year they capitalized on the rise of red blends in the marketplace with the launch of Exitus, a California red blend in the ultra-premium price category.
GRAVE: Aquel que ocasiona exitus o incapacidad residual al alta hospitalaria o que requirio intervencion quirurgica.
Beyin apsesi nedeniyle 13 olgudan 4'u exitus olmus bu olgularin ucunde etken Aspergillus saptanmistir (4).
6) - 5 - 2 3 1 20) Total n 137 9 (7) 116 12 81 (59) 56 (41) 77 (%) (100) (84) (9) (56) Month Exitus n (%) January 4 (80) February 6 (55) March 9 (41) April 4 (44) May 6 (50) June 7 (58) July 8 (42) August 2 (50) Sep 4 (21) October 3 (37) November 3 (27) December 4 (80) Total n 60 (44) (%) Table 2: Seasonal distribution among the pediatric ALL patients and their outcomes Winter Spring Summer Autumn Total Number of 21 (15) 43 (31) 35 (26) 38 (28) 137 patients [n (100) (%)] Number of 7 (33) 24 (56) 18 (51) 28 (74) 77 (56) patients cured [n (%)] Number of 14 (67) 19 (44) 17 (49) 10 (26) 60 (44) patients that died [n (%)] P <0.
Prognosis of cases and subgroups (1) (n=145) Decision, Alive, n (1) Live born, n n (2) Group A TOP: 39 - - Associated extracardiac pathology Group B1 n = 37 35 33 - Continue: 37 -TOP:- Group B2 n = 12 12 8 - Continue: 12 (All 8 cases -TOP:- operated) Group B3 n = 57 30 5 - Continue: 37 (All 5 cases -TOP: 20 operated) Alive (3) Postpartum Postop n (2)/n (1), % exitus, n exitus.
36) In ways that resonate with Thomas Aquinas's notion of exitus et reditus, (37) Karl Barth writes about the incarnation in terms of "the way of the Son of God into the far country.
Virgilius igitur ac Lucretius, quo auditorem ad se raperent, ab ipso statim initio usi sunt principiis maxime iucundis ac festivis; neve satietas, quae inter narrandum docendumquc inlet obrepere, in discessu auditorem comitaretur, exitus quoque librorum maiore etiam festivitate condivere lusibusque refersere iucundioribus.