CABASE

AcronymDefinition
CABASECamara Argentina de Bases de Datos y Servicios en Linea
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* Tony Harris,Executive Director,Camara Argentina de Internet (CABASE)
Cabase, a resident of Sitio (sub-village) Quarry, Malabog, Paquibato district, was the lone fatality from the NPA side during a firefight with soldiers from the Army's 16th Infantry Battalion at nearby Sitio Bajada, Paradise Embac village, also in Paquibato district on Sunday morning.
This agreement became NAP Cabase. Original founding members paid no entry fees.
Cabase reportedly tried to escape but was eventually collared and arrested.
Prior researches in Spanish municipalities have studied the determinants of debt levels (Benito and Bastida, 2004; Garcia-Sanchez et al., 2011; Benito et al., 2011; Brusca Alijarde et al., 2012; Cuadrado Ballesteros et al., 2013b; Perez Lopez et al., 2013; Perez Lopez et al., 2014), the effectiveness of general fund balanced budgets and debt constraints at limiting debt levels (Cabases et al., 2007) and, more recently, the type of restrictions that are most often breached in this context (Benito et al., 2015).
For example, a healthy individual aged 60 to 70 years shares the same score of about 0.8 as a patient with prostate enlargement suffering from moderate symptoms from the lower urinary tract (Fourcade et al., 2012; Szende & Cabases, 2014).
Particularly, this limitation is remarkable, as the financial crisis in Southern Europe has led to a poorer patient-clinician ratio within the public mental health services of some local administrative regions (Salvador-Carulla, Costa-Font, Cabases, McDaid, & Alonso, 2010).