CUPI

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CUPICommercial Use of Public Information (UK government study)
CUPIChinese University Prognostic Index (oncology)
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With Outlook Stable, the rating reflects CUPI's stable solvency position, improving underwriting results and continued use of reinsurance to relieve underwriting volatility.
Xhemail Cupi, Ph.Dc., SEE University, Macedonia, Faculty of Public Administration and Political Science, Phone: +389 44 356 188, Email: xhemail.c@hotmail.com
All the patients were retrospectively assigned to different stages according to the criteria of classification of eight different staging systems, respectively as followed: (1) TNM classification system, (2) the Okuda staging, (3) CLIP, (4) the BCLC, (5) the model for the CUPI, (6) the JIS (7) and Tokyo score.
Nevertheless, as in the rest of Eastern Europe, media in the Balkans operate under political pressure, economic problems, and chaotic media laws (Lani & Cupi, 2002).
In the following decade, we are reminded of the presence of, among others, Seni Camara (Senegal) with a terracotta figure in labour and Marisa Mertz with Testa e Testa Rosa/Head and Rose Head, polychromatic clay and Rimer Cardillo (Uruguay) with Cupi degli Uccelli/Dark of the Birds, mountain of earth and terracotta (49th International Art Exhibition).
Mientras que don Tomas Caua y mas tarde su hijo don Pedro Arapa, concentraban sus parcelas en Chimboata, Copoata, Cupi (donde tambien habia Kana, Sura y Kunti, Sura), Chunguri y Ucumari.
Next to the name was the inscription CUPI. It is believed that those four letters refer to Cupius, a centurion known today from a Second Legion Augusta inscription at Caerleon, Gwent.
VII 10; XVIII 109), and twice in the Purgatorio, in Canto XIV 52: 'pelaghi cupi' [deep gorges], and metaphorically to delineate the magnitude of the shewolf's hunger: 'per la tua fame senza fine cupa' [for thy hunger endlessly deep] (Purg.