CASU


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AcronymDefinition
CASUCasualty
CASUConseiller d'Administration Scolaire et Universitaire (French: School and University Administration Advisor)
CASUCooperative Administrative Support Unit (GSA)
CASUCarrier Aircraft Service Unit (USN)
CASUCambridge Astronomical Survey Unit (UK)
CASUCombat Aircraft Service Unit (US DoD)
CASUClient Advisory Services Unit (Oregon Health Plan)
CASUCentrale d'Appels Sanitaires Urgents (Geneva, Switzerland medical emergencies call center)
CASUCollege of Arts Student Union (University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada)
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Del propio nombre del proceso se deduce que la decision del juez en las causas de nulidad matrimonial es de naturaleza declarativa, pues el matrimonio validamente celebrado continua existiendo aunque haya habido una sentencia ejecutiva pro nullitate, y, del mismo modo, un matrimonio nulo seguiria sin existir por mucho que un pronunciamiento judicial declarase que non constare de nullitate in casu.
Elena Beccalli, Barbara Casu, & Claudia Girardone, Efficiency and Stock Performance in European Banking, 33 J.
E si insinua il dubbio che se il richiamo ha funzionato per una figura di stormi in volo: grues, primoque volatu / effingunt varias casu monstrante figuras; /.
The Newcastle United fan has also appeared in Extreme Fishing with Robson Green and Casu alty
De Ranula Sub Lingua, Speciali, Cum Casu Congenito.
Much more information about the banking competition comes from foreign authors--Strahan (2002), Claessens and Leaven (2005), Casu, Girardone (2006), Weill (2011) Strahan (2002), Bikker (2007, 2009) and others.
To, co se dnes casto oznacuje jako "nahodna prochazka" stejne jako vyznam Gaussova rozdeleni ci funkcni zavislost volatility na druhe odmocnine casu, zminuje ve sve knize z roku 1863 jiz Reg-nault [76], ktereho zase cituje vyznamny francouzsky pojistny matematik Dormoy [26], takze tyto teorie byly dobre zname jiz v 19.
The similar specification is used by Casu and Girardone (2006), Ferrier and Lovell (1990) and Miller and Noulas (1996).
The lower courts had, in principle, simply chosen the path of least resistance, treating the agreements in casu not as two separate contracts, but as a single (hybrid) contract.
Another kind of cheese comes to Midsomer too - an Italian one called casu marzu, which has live maggots crawling around in it.
The rest of the cases were judged by the others boyars of the country, especially by the "vornici" and "parcalabi:" "Hi omnes quidem causas audire possunt, dirimere autem tantum leviores; graviores cel ad magnum saae provinciae vornicum, vel si appellatio interposita fuerit, ad Principem relegare debent Eo autem casu litigantibus sorok i.