GAPON

AcronymDefinition
GAPONGlobal Alpha Phi Omega Network (fraternal social network)
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Muitas equacoes, baseadas na equacao de Gapon, tem sido apresentadas na literatura para relacionar RST com a RAS.
Like the priest of Oedipus Rex and Father Gapon in Saint Petersburg, the Jeanne d'Arc of Mystere de la Charite and Le Porche de Mystere de la Deuxieme Vertu is a suppliant, one whose demand is for human solidarity.
where [Na.sub.x] and [Ca.sub.x] are fractions of the exchange complex occupied by those ions, [K.sub.G] is the Gapon constant and the square brackets indicate concentrations (in mmole/litre or mmol/L) of the ions in solution, ESR is the exchangeable sodium ratio and SAR is sodium adsorption ratio.
Devious priests like Gapon and Iliodor (Sergey Trufanov)--double agents, scandal and pogrom instigators--were the talk of the day.
In a recent study of 2009, Gapon and Ignatov reported that the therapy with the use of DCDB after acute myocardial infarction, decreases systolic and diastolic arterial pressure and generally reduces cardiovascular complications.
The errors in generating such sets of ratios of water-soluble cation concentrations are great; nevertheless, key relations expressed in terms of the Gapon parameters are, with the exception of the [Mg.sup.2+]/[Ca.sup.2+] set, similar and statistical analyses offer no reason to separate them.
An offshoot survived, however, in St Petersburg, where Father George Gapon's Assembly of Russian Working Men was allowed by 1904 to register with the city governor, and given considerable autonomy.
More importantly the win saw Jefferies' men open up a nine-point gapon bottom-placed Thistle and ease clear of the relegation zone.
The Russian Revolution of 1905 is generally thought to have begun on "Bloody Sunday" in January 1905, when Father Gapon led several thousand factory workers to the Tsar's Winter Palace in St.
Conrad's satire at such moments is surely at the expense of the Garnetts and their circle, who welcomed and supported the nihilists such as Stepniak and Volkhonsky, at the close of the century, and revolutionary exiles such as David Soskice and Father Gapon at the beginning of the twentieth.