ESGAR

AcronymDefinition
ESGAREuropean Study Group on Antibiotic Resistance (biomedicine)
ESGAREuropean Society of Gastrointestinal Abdominal Radiology
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Esgar, the Tempels, and the Holmeses each owned roughly 54 acres of land adjacent to the gravel mine.
Ruth Esgar says she couldn't imagine a better place than the Denton State Supported Living Center for her 46-year-old daughter, Marianna.
* free electronic access to EPOS[TM], the Electronic Presentation Online System which comprises more than 6 300 electronic presentations shown during ECR, ESCR, ESGAR, ESMRMB, SIR and CIRSE that can be viewed and downloaded
The pronunciation was asgar according to the semi-ideographic spelling, esgar according to Proto Ea 432 (Materials for the Sumerian Lexicon XIV [Rome: Pontificium Institutum Biblicum, 1979], 49).
For example, publication rates for the 1993 American Society of Neuroradiology (ASNR) conference, the 1995 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) conference, and the 2001 European Society of Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiology (ESGAR) conference were 37%, 33% and 40%, respectively (12-15).
Subjaz-lhe, alias, de certa maneira, a figura de um Junqueiro Homem Sabio que, depois de um riso, ou esgar de riso, cinico, satanico e sonoro, se entrega a um expressionismo cujo lastro e constituido por uma austeridade de pensamento e de estilo: austeridade interpelante e construtiva, desde logo porque da denuncia nao esta ausente um sentimento de dilaceracao humana que espelha o agravamento da crise de valores sociais, culturais, morais, religiosos e politicos da Europa do fim do seculo XIX.
Maas et al., "Magnetic resonance imaging for the clinical management of rectal cancer patients: Recommendations from the 2012 European Society of Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiology (ESGAR) consensus meeting," European Radiology, vol.
This study was presented as a poster at ESGAR 2015.