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Although not found in the literature, lack of peer support was a concern identified in the study that was addressed through the student association of the college of nursing (SACON).
(A) Environmental Impact Assessment Division, Salim Ali Centre for Ornithology and Natural History (SACON), Anaikatty (PO), Coimbatore--641 108, India.
The contributions from Dr Narendra Prasad and Mr Pattanaik from SACON Hyderabad, India are valued.
Se inicio en Chongos y era bailada por los espanoles, por eso, la vestimenta actual es un remedo de la usanza hispana, con pantalon corto, medias tenidas de colores fuertes, chaleco y sacon de grandes cuellos con panuelos blancos finamente bordados, zapatos con hebillas relucientes y una mascarilla con barba poblada y bien cuidada.
As the Heuristic Programming Project (HPP) began to explore MYCIN-like approaches outside biomedicine, Bob led the effort that produced SACON, the first engineering application of expert systems.
Screenplay, Bean, Gregg Sacon. Camera (DuArt color), David Klein; editor, Brian Murphy; music, Pete Droge; production designer, Ben Woolverton; set decorator, Scan Kennedy; costume designer, Kate Matthews; sound (Dolby), Rex Morris; associate producers, Deborah Davies, Julie Vukas; assistant director, Peter Kreklow.
130), not only on obvious formal grounds but also because the word is attested in Middle Korean in texts as early as 1471 (Nam Kwang'u, [Kyohak] Ko'u sacon [Seoul, 1997], 655b); the aspiration of the initial in Korean dialect forms such as k'ulumay 'winter coat' may well mark these words as borrowings from Manchu kurume 'outer garment' (p.
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