MARRES

AcronymDefinition
MARRESManual Radar Reconnaissance Exploitation System
MARRESMarine Reserves (US Military)
MARRESManual Radar Reconnaissance Exploitation System/Segment
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Pratt [34] 1974 Tympanoplasty Mastoidectomy Modified Wullstein and Farrior classification by adding a sixth type of tympanoplasty and describing how the mastoid was managed: Type VI: The removal of the stapes footplate M: Mastoidectomy M2: Simple mastoidectomy with atticoantrotomy M4: The reconstruction of the posterior canal Marres [35] 1985 Mastoidectomy Management of the mastoid, UDT classification: Surgical technique Surgical region U: Canal wall up I: Attic D: Canal wall down II: Antrum Tos [28] 1993 Mastoidectomy Tos subclassification: Canal wall up 1.
Material deliberations move interaction beyond the spoken word and persuasive arguments, and permit people to experience the affective possibilities of situated objects and activity (Davies et al., 2012; Marres, n.d.).
This double function is expressed in a project based on what Marres (2012) refers to as topological imaginaries: to transform the port of Dar from an enclave to a 'gateway' (TPA, 2016a; World Bank, 2014).
Partindo de Marres (2015), reconhecemos uma hibridizacao entre as controversias sociotecnicas e os ambientes midiaticos em rede em que elas tambem se constituem e dos quais sao extraidos dados para estudos.
(16.) See also Noortje Marres, Material Participation: Technology, the Environment and Everyday Publics, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke 2012.
Cura de Gianna y Carla Marres (eds.), Marginalita ed egemoniain America Latina e Mediterraneo.
The concept of publics is based on the 1920s scholarship of Dewey and Lippmann, and is centred on how a public will form (or be constructed) to position itself on an issue (Marres, 2007).
- Hot meals at the outdoor center liaison during the long summer on the site "of Marres" holiday
(13.) RJ Pennings, FJ van den Hoogen, H A Marres. Giant Laryngocele, a cause of Upper Airway obstruction.
(1.) Maartens IA, Wassenberg T, Halbertsma FJ, Marres HA, Andriessen P.
En esta linea, Marres (2005) sostiene que no existen asuntos que no sean conflictivos.
L'orang-outan Jup, qui deviendra selon la logique vernienne l'inseparable compagnon de Nab, sera plus tard decrit de facon semblable: "Il ne quittait plus ses marres et ne manifestait aucune envie de s'echapper.