ProFES

AcronymDefinition
ProFESProbabilistic Finite Element System
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De modo que comenzamos a preguntarles por que venian si no querian estudiar, y transcribo a continuacion un fragmento de una entrevista colectiva que hicieron y registraron por escrito dos profes con todo el grupo "de los grandes", despues de explicarles la preocupacion que se manifestaba por la situacion el sabado 7 de abril de 2012:
Officials said that health profes sionals should consider the virus as a potential diagnosis of patients suffering from fever after returning from the Americas.
At the university, Da Fellow of the IMe leader of a thriving engineering degree to organise Profes visit.
The Labour Day is celebrated as a public holiday in more than 80 countries and even profes and onals across the board; including, teachers, bankers and business owners get a day off to celebrate the dignity of work and labour.
The 17-year-old striker currently earns around pounds 13,000-a-week after signing his first profes almost a year ago.
To this day, radical academics are rarely considered for appointments within their profes signal associations and are regularly passed over for prestigious lecture in vitations and appointments to editorial boards of the more influential profes signal journals.
He said: " I think they have got profes sional lads who will want to win every game - but it is an odd one.
Two coaches full of profes T -sional shoppers hit the streets of Leeds last Thursday to try to grab a bargain or two and beat the Black Friday madness.
CARING HERO A hero profes in the medical or caring professions.
They were judged on their profes ssionalism rescuing casualties in a mock vehicle rescue.