vilis

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Hence, too, the Latin word vilis and our vile, also villain.
It is necessary, however, to add that the experiments had hitherto been made in anima vili .
Loving husband for 52 years of Biruta (nee Osis); caring father of Robert (Myra) Norrell and Lita (Martin) Simanis; dedicated grandfather of Vilis and Vincent Simanis; dear brother of Lorna (Lee) Nielsen, Judy (the late Ernest) Bylkas, Dennis (Pam Treumer) Norrell, Lawrence (Janice) Norrell and Dwight "Skip" (Patty) Norrell; beloved brother-in-law of Aina (the late Aleksandrs) Zasters; he is also survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Father-of-two Vilis Kuksa and his family were one of the first to move into the Billybanks in July 1968.
Vilis cannot remember exactly when the estate got a bad name, but he first truly realised its reputation when going for a job interview years later.
Sample size for this study was calculated to demonstrate VILis' assumed superiority to VIA in terms of sensitivity, specificity, PPV and NPV in diagnosing cervical intraepithelial lesion diagnosed by histology in women of known HIV status.
A two-arm, open label, randomized study, evaluated the test characteristics of visual inspection of cervix with Acetic acid (VIA) and Lugol's Iodine (VILI) in detecting cytology diagnosed squamous intraepitheliallesion (SIL) in 1160 women of known HIV status in southwestern Nigerian.
As a result of these requirements, cytology based screening programmes cannot be effectively implemented in most low income countries, prompting the recommendation of visual inspection of the cervix with either Acetic acid (VIA) or Lugol's Iodine (VILI) as an alternative cervical cancer screen strategy to cytology based screening programme in low income countries (7-10, 13).
The risk-to-reward ratio is very attractive, analyst Vilis Eizentas said in a note.
A ceremony was held at Barry Police Station to thank Vilis Kuksa for his commitment to the local community in Penarth.
Chief Superintendent Carl Davies, divisional commander, said Vilis was "an enthusiastic individual who has given generously of his own time to assist his local community in making the area a safer place to be".
So she went to see Vilis Kruze, a local doctor, who administered various drugs and implanted an IUD coil for $100.