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The fact that the more reduced level of development of European peripheric countries negatively influences the absorption capacity contributes to the increase of the difficulties faced by these states in overcoming the technological discrepancies.
The aim of our study was to compare the migraine and TTH patient groups with each other and with the healthy subjects of the control group according to various criteria by evaluating R1, R2i and R2k response latencies of BR, amplitudes and R2 habituations, to present new evidences on the origin of migraine and peripheric trigeminovascular hypothesis and the central mechanisms in TTH.
lls s'implantent dans des secteurs toujours plus eloignes du centre-ville actuel de Montreal et de sa peripheric et ils sont destines a des clienteles variees (15).
The Panopticon, writes Foucault, "is a machine for dissociating the see/being seen dyad: in the peripheric ring, one is totally seen, without ever seeing; in the central tower, one sees everything without ever being seen" (DP 202).
Groups of fanatics belonging to peripheric social categories have led to social combats in the name of justice or in the name of saving a minority, bringing about real social cataclysms, which have often been beyond the control of legally constituted authorities.
The peripheric antinociceptive activity was determined in vivo using the mouse abdominal constriction test induced by acetic acid 0.
Evaluation of the European Policies in Support of Ultra peripheric Regions, Azores, Medeira, Canaries, Guadalupe, Martinique, Guyane and Reunion" Conference on the European Regional Development Issues in the new Millennium and their Impact on Economic Policy, Zagreb, Croatia, 29 August-1 September 2001.
Referring to alcohol abuse and dependence, as recently reviewed (Guardia, 2008; Schuckit, 2009), it shortens the onset of heart disease, hypertension, hemorragic stroke, cancers, and liver cirrhosis, by affecting the cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, and immune systems, and may cause peripheric neuropathy, alcoholic encephalopathies, and cognitive impairment that can even lead to alcoholic dementia.
Perhaps, Oliveira Cezar's peripheric position results from her adhesion to the Greek's interest in the way events are presented rather than in their originality.
In addition to the inhibition of cholinesterase activity (resulting in accumulation of acetylcholine in the synapses and excessive stimulation of cholinergic receptors in the central and peripheric nervous system, that may even end by death of the subject), OP compounds also damage other tissues.
En peripheric, l'entreprenariat el le leadership semblent prendre plus d'importance que la scolarite officieile.