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PATRON, eccl. law. He who has the disposition and gift of an ecclesiastical benefice. In the Roman law it signified the former master of a freedman. Dig. 2, 4, 8, 1.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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"I am honoured and humbled to take on this new position at the EBRD in an exciting region," Patrone said.
The Gewehr M.71 and Patrone M.71 were used by armies around the world well into the 1920s and were especially popular in the Far East and Latin America.
El resto de patrones que valoramos son: Patron de eliminacion (si el paciente sigue orinando o no), Patron Actividad-ejercicio (valorando estado cardiovascular y respiratorio, asi como la movilidad del paciente y estilo de vida), Patron Sueno-Descanso, Patron Cognitivo-Perceptivo (nivel de conciencia y orientacion, alteraciones visuales, auditivas, tacto , gusto y olfato y presencia de alteraciones conductuales), Patron Autopercepcion-Autoconcepto, Patron Rol-Relaciones (lugar de residencia, domicilio particular o institucionalizado, si vive solo o acompanado, apoyo familiar, ambito laboral si trabaja o esta jubilado, actividades de ocio), Patron Sexualidad-Reproduccion, Patron AdaptacionTolerancia al Estres y Patron Valores y creencias.