FACIT


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FACITFunctional Assessment of Chronic Illness Therapy
FACITFormal Approaches to Computing and Information Technology (textbook series)
FACITFrom the Folate after Coronary Intervention Trial (cardiology findings)
FACITFacility Circuit Information Tracking (USAF)
FACITFibril-Associated Collagens with Interrupted Tiple Helices
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Thwackum was encouraged to the undertaking by reflecting that to covet your neighbour's sister is nowhere forbidden: and he knew it was a rule in the construction of all laws, that " Expressum facit cessare tacitum.
what good reason I have not to drink, and how excellently spoke Saint-Benoit: ' Vinum apostatare facit etiam sapientes!'"
Difficulties on the theory of descent with modification -- Transitions -- Absence or rarity of transitional varieties -- Transitions in habits of life -- Diversified habits in the same species -- Species with habits widely different from those of their allies -- Organs of extreme perfection -- Means of transition -- Cases of difficulty -- Natura non facit saltum -- Organs of small importance -- Organs not in all cases absolutely perfect -- The law of Unity of Type and of the Conditions of Existence embraced by the theory of Natural Selection.
San Ambrosio usa (o modifica) una version de Jer 48,10 donde, en vez de <<maledictus qui facit opus Domini fraudulenter>>, leemos: <<maledictus omnis qui opus dei facit neglegenter>> (19).
A mensuracao da QV foi analisada segundo as orientacoes do Guidelines do FACT B+4, que foi fornecido pelo Sistema FACIT. Para os escores dos dominios e para o FACT B Total, usou-se da estatistica descritiva por meio de medidas de posicao, a variabilidade, de valores minimos e maximos.
Second, there is a very important concept in toxicology and medicine called the "dose-response relationship." Initially stated by the physician Paracelsus as "sola dosis facit venenum" which translates to "the dose makes the poison," this concept states that most chemicals themselves are not inherently dangerous but rather it's the identity of the chemical itself in addition to a dose/ concentration high enough to cause a bodily effect.
legem, sed ipsa sibi facit legem (Because necessity has no law, it can
FACIT collagens help stabilize the molecules in collagen fibrils and fibers and bind these structures to other components of the ECM.