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HUEBRA, Spanish law. An acre of land or as much as can be ploughed in a day by two oxen. Sp. Dict.; 2 White's Coll. 49.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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In the case of MMSE, elderly people in care homes showed a slight cognitive decline although there was no significant association between UI and MMSE, corroborating research that underscored UI occurrence in elderly people with some type of change in cognition (Busato & Mendes, 2007), and without any significant association between urine emission and functional independence and the mental state (Huebra et al., 2010).
The Natural Park in the Arribes del Duero (Lusitan Duriensean biogeographic sector, Carpetano-Leonesa subprovince, Western Iberian Mediterranean province, RIVAS-MARTINEZ 2002) has an extension of 170.000 Ha, unequally distributed throughout the provinces of Salamanca and Zamora, and it extends along the banks of the Duero River and some of its main tributary rivers (Agueda, Huebra and Uces).
Estos territorios se extienden a lo largo de las riberas del rio Duero y alguno de sus principales afluentes (rios Agueda, Huebra, Uces, Coa y Sabor) (Fig.
En esta region nos encontramos un nucleo de castros en torno a los rios Yeltes y Huebra, con unas distancias entre ellos que impiden la aplicacion del modelo de explotacion agro-ganadero expuesto anteriormente (Fig.