INEST

AcronymDefinition
INESTInstitute for Environmental Science and Technology (est. 1998; Vietnam)
INESTInterdisciplinary Network of Emerging Science and Technology (Philip Morris)
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No es la Iglesia universal sino la Iglesia catolica la que inest et operatur en las iglesias particulares (54).
En contra: entonces, aqui [en el libro de las Categorias] solo se determina por accidente sobre la substancia, la cantidad y las demas categorias, pues se determina sobre ellas unicamente en tanto algo se halla (inest) en ellas por accidente, a saber, algo intencional, pues nada de tal indole puede hallarse (inesse) en ellas por si.
The INEst program estimates the frequency of null alleles along with the inbreeding coefficient on individual populations (Chybicki and Burczyk, 2009).
The lastest branch to be opened by the building society is said to underline its committment to inest GBP500m in its branch network over the coming five years.
The frequency of null alleles was estimated using the individual breeding model (10,000 iterations) implemented in INEst v 1.0 (Chybicki & Burczyk 2009) that accounts for background levels of inbreeding.
Non est igitur digna nomine 'hypotheseos astronomicae' vel haec vel illa suppositio, sed id potius, quod utrique communiter inest, dum scilicet assumitur et supponitur carta et dimensa portio circulj, quem planeta decurrit, quae sit in uno circulj Zodiacj semisse.
| Cameron Phelps is the | |latest Widnes player to be injured; Vikings' head coach Denis Betts (inest below) LEE SMITH
Quidquid inest alicui praeter suam naturam, advenit ei ex aliqua causa" (Ed.
Seneca: "Sacer nobis inest Deus"--Sacred within us is a God." A similar concept appears in Ovid, Fasti 6.5: "est Deus in nobis"--"there is a god within us"; likewise in Seneca's Epistulae Morales ad Lucilium 41.2: "sacer intra nos spiritus sedet"--"a holy spirit indwells within us," cf.