PSUM

AcronymDefinition
PSUMPartido Socialista Unificado Mexicano (Spanish: United Socialist Party of Mexico)
PSUMPartition Size Unit of Measure
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(2010) plantea que las notas de ensenanza media (NEM) mantienen una capacidad predictiva alta para todos los anos estudiados (2006-2010) y la prueba de Matematicas (PSUM) presenta una elevada capacidad predictiva comparable a las del NEM en contraste con la prueba de Lenguaje (PSUL), que muestra una capacidad predictiva baja al igual que la prueba de Ciencias Sociales (PSUH) y la prueba de Ciencias (PSUC) (Manzi et al., 2010).
As hypothesized, PSum, CSum, and ESum were positively related to organizational performance for the sample as a whole (r = 0.50, 0.42, and 0.52, respectively).
The transitional stage was a "bar opera" Rumunskym psum [To Rumanian Dogs], which was my chance to get the courage to sing in theatre.
Suplentes Constituyente 7 7 I 7 7 2 II 7 7 III 7 7 1 IV 9 9 1 V 9 9 VI 9 9 VII 11 11 VIII 11 11 IX 11 11 X 14 12 2 1 XI 16 13 3 XII 19 15 4 2 XIII 19 15 4 1 XIV 19 15 4 XV 25 15 10 2 XVI 25 16 9 3 Total 225 189 36 13 Legislatura PRI PAN PRD PPS Constituyente 7 I 7 II 7 III 7 IV 9 V 9 VI 9 VII 11 VIII 11 IX 11 X 12 1 XI 13 1 XII 14 2 1 XIII 6 9 2 1 XIV 7 8 4 XV 11 13 1 XVI 11 11 3 Total 162 44 10 3 Legislatura FRCAR PSUM PCM PST Constituyente I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X 1 XI 1 1 XII 1 1 XIII 1 XIV XV XVI Total 2 2 1 1 FUENTE: Elaboracion propia con datos del Congreso del Estado de Baja California.
For example, in the intermediate federal election of 1985 for the Chamber of Deputies of the Congress of the Union, the PRI boasted an easy victory by a comfortable margin over its two principal adversaries: the PAN, and the Unified Socialistic Party of Mexico (PSUM).(1)
In Congress, the left opposition is represented by three small parties: the Trotskyist, human rights-oriented Workers' Revolutionary Party (P.R.T.); the non-Marxist Mexican Workers' Party (P.M.T.); and the Mexican Unified Socialist Party (PSUM), whose core is the now-dissolved Communist Party.