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IUSIndiana University Southeast (New Albany, IN, USA)
IUSInertial Upper Stage
IUSInternational Union of Students
IUSIntra-Uterine System (contraception)
IUSInter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society
IUSInformix Universal Server
IUSInternational Union of Speleology
IUSInterim Upper Stage (NASA)
IUSIntraoperative Ultrasound
IUSInstitute for Urban Studies (Canada)
IUSInterwoven Universal Search
IUSInteractive Unix Service
IUSImage Understanding Services
IUSIntegrated Utilities Services, Ltd.
IUSIndividual Unity Systemization
IUSInter-Urban Structure
IUSInternal Use Software (various organizations)
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The Institute of Medicine currently recommends a daily intake of 800 IUs of vitamin D for those age 70 and older.
Tras el prologo del coordinador, que explica el origen de la obra de conjunto (3), y realiza un clarividente resumen de lo que el lector se encontrara en el libro, aparecen los ocho capitulos de que se compone el mismo, con tematica diversa pero un mismo hilo conductor: el ius commune.
La identidad de la comunidad y la aplicacion adecuada del Ius Puniendi coadyuvan a la preservacion del patrimonio cultural de las localidades: Caserio de Marcahuamachuco, en Huamachuco--La Libertad y el Distrito de Comandante Noel, en Casma--Ancash, mediante el involucramiento participativo de la poblacion en la proteccion, conservacion y la puesta en valor del mismo patrimonio cultural.
The commitment of one billion IUs of factor is intended to enable physicians to treat more than 75,000 joint bleeding episodes, more than 2,000 life threatening bleeding episodes as well as conduct thousands of elective surgical procedures that would not be possible without access to clotting factor.
Decock (law, Max-Planck Institute for Legal History) closely examines the IUS commune, which was active between 1500 and 1650 and locates its methods and direction and the commune's theologians and their relationship with contract law, gives the contextual elements toward a general law of contract, analyzes the natural limitations on freedom of contract, finds the formal and substantive limitations, determines fairness in exchange, and discerns common themes in fairness of contract law.
INTRODUCCION: LAS NORMAS DE IUS COGENS Y SU CONSTANTE APARICION EN EL DERECHO INTERNACIONAL CONTEMPORANEO
Totum autem ius consist aut in adquirendo aut in conservando aut in minuendo; aut enim hoc igitur quemadmodum quid cuiusque fiat, aut quemadmodum quis rem vel ius suum conservet, aut quomodo alienet aut amittat" (8).
The IUS has the added effectiveness of slowly releasing a hormone like progesterone, which also acts to prevent an unwanted pregnancy.
Hypothesis 1: There will be a positive correlation between scores on the IUS and the PBS.
00--Jeremy Waldron is a leading proponent of constitutional comparativism, most notably evident in his Harvard Law Review article, "Foreign Law and the Modern Ius Gentium.