SOTE


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AcronymDefinition
SOTESalt of the Earth
SOTEShadows of the Empire
SOTEStandard Oxygen Transfer Efficiency
SOTESistema de Oleoducto Trans-Ecuadoriano (pipeline)
SOTESchool of Teacher Education
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officinalis root tannin extract (SOTE) on in vitro methane production, rumen microorganisms and basic rumen fermentation parameters.
The decaying SOTE line travels in some parts exposed, along-side mud-slide prone roads leading to the country's Amazon provinces.
The key to understanding why countries such as Mexico, Malaysia, Chile and Argentina successfully privatized their SOTEs, while Thailand, Colombia and South Africa failed, lies in understanding the role of the state and state-society relations.
The decaying SOTE line travels in some parts exposed, alongside the mudslide-prone roads leading to the country's Amazon provinces.
Hablar de flexibilidad significa en este sentido abrirse, dialogar con otras instancias de la sociedad, trabajar en equipo con ellas, participar en proyectos conjuntos, generar entornos comunes de aprendizaje (Urpi y Sotes Elizalde, 2011).