AUGE


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AUGEApple User Group Europe
AUGEAdobe User Group in Egypt
AUGEAppropriate Use of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
AUGEAssociazione Unionista Giovani Esploratori (Italian: Young Explorers Unionist Association)
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Lo curioso es que, existiendo evidencia de que ciertos estilos de vida, como dieta inadecuada, sedentarismo, tabaco, alcohol, drogas y estres, son la causa de las principales patologias que afectan a la poblacion (cardiovasculares, cancer, diabetes, obesidad, salud mental y accidentes) y estando claro que estos constituyen la mayor parte de la atencion en salud, no se estableciera junto con el AUGE una politica de salud promocional y preventiva que tendiera, en el largo plazo, a disminuir los factores de riesgo y, por ende, la demanda creciente.
A few months later, Auge tried a "minimalist" running shoe--the kind that is ultra-lightweight with little or no arch support or heel.
Virilio's influence on Deleuze and Guattari, Balibar s incorporation and critique of Lefebvre and Deleuze and Guattari, the friendships forged between Baudrillard, Auge and Virilio, all constitute essential details that contextualize what amounts to thirty or more years of dialogue.
Inneres Auge inked a deal with games major Electronic Arts (NASDAQ:EA) in 2011 for its game Candy Town, which was published by Clickgamer, a division of EA, on the App Store.
Doom-laden opener Genesis came over like an electro Black Sabbath, before the French duo of Gaspard Auge and Xavier de Rosnay launched into a continuous mix of their back catalogue.
En la primera decada del nuevo milenio, su obra cobro un auge inusitado gracias a dos remakes: Hasta el viento tiene miedo (2007) y El libro de piedra (2009), dirigidas por Gustavo Moheno y Julio Cesar Estrada, respectivamente.
In his new role based in Zurich, Hild will be report directly to Pascal Auge, chief executive officer of Corporate and Investment Banking for Western Europe.
Sociedad y discurso reformista en la Nueva Granada"; Armando Martinez Garnica, "La eclosion juntera en la Nueva Granada"; Jairo Gutierrez Ramos, "Las guerras de independencia en Pasto"; Oscar Almario Garcia, "Reflexiones sobre la independencia en el suroccidente de Colombia"; Adelaida Sourdis Najera, "El proceso de independencia en el Caribe colombiano: auge y desplome de una region"; Rigoberto Rueda Santos, "El 20 de julio de 1810: una lectura en clave de historia social"; Ana Luz Rodriguez, "La vida cotidiana en la Independencia: una reflexion a proposito del bicentenario", y Franz D.
Otros, como Mexico, tuvieron que presenciar el auge de un competidor feroz en su principal mercado de exportacion: Estados Unidos.
Durante el siglo XXI, en centros artisticos como Berlin y Nueva York la pintura ha tenido un auge creativo sorprendente.
These spaces and technologies, designed to be passed through or consumed rather than appropriated, characterize the contemporary period Auge calls "supermodernity" (la surmodernite), an age, as the prefix implies, marked by excess: the individual is simultaneously exposed to a surfeit of locations and information (through advances in transport and telecommunications) and made the reference and focus of political and commercial discourses in place of the collectivity.