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The transposition of the EU Directive will see the rights of victims clearly set out and further strengthened.
After receiving a letter of formal notice, Member States have two months to reply to the letter of formal notice and in cases of non-communication have to notify their national transposition measures to the Commission.
A 4-month-old boy was referred to our pediatric urology clinic for evaluation and management of concomitant hypospadias, chordee, and penoscrotal transposition.
The four-measure transposition exercises are a welcome addition in these new volumes, as transposition is such a useful tool for developing intervallic reading and pattern recognition.
The spectrum of transposition of the great arteries: with specific reference to developmental anatomy of the conus.
Millions of lines of code, for F500 organizations, have already been digitally rewritten using Transposition technology.
Transposition of SRO 575(I)/2006 to schedules with certain changes.
In addition to full vocal/organ scores of the 18 motets, significant analytic chapters on scoring, performance, modal analysis, transposition rubrics, transposition practice, sources, critical commentary and text and translations are included, written by both Charteris and Procter as indicated.
Its innovation scores are low, but it is doing well on transposition and infringements.
Actualites Eecrit par M'Barek Tafsi Theatre La piece Bou Ghaba, une transposition de [beaucoup moins que]MaEtre Puntila et son valet Matti[beaucoup plus grand que] de Bertolt Brecht, realisee il y a 24 ans par l'homme de theatre Mohamed Kaouiti, a refait surface mardi soir sous forme d'une publication parue aux editions du Centre international des etudes du spectacle, a l'occasion de la nouvelle saison theatrale.
A team of international Scientists tested eight Goffin cockatoos (Cacatua goffini), a conspicuously inquisitive and playful species on visible as well as invisible Piagetian object displacements and derivations of spatial transposition, rotation and translocation tasks.