TOMUS

AcronymDefinition
TOMUSThe Online Multiple User System
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The secondary analysis sample included 488 women from SISTEr and 436 women from TOMUS.
Wilson, ed., Herodoti historiae, Tomus alter libros V-IX continens (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2015), 467,568; Thucydides 6.54, in H.
edita, Tomus 43 (Rome: Editori di san Tommaso, 1976), 289-314.
In book VII of the Pandectae sive partitiorum universalium libri IX of 1548, devoted to music books, an item is mentioned with the description "Selectissimarum Mutetarum quatuor vocum tomus primus, Norimbergae apud Petreium excusus", dated 154025.
Leeds Crown Court heard the police went to Tomus Potter's home in Scholes Road last May 13 after information that an IP address had been used to look at such images.
Albo et al., "Adverse events over two years after retropubic or transobturator midurethral sling surgery: findings from the Trial of Midurethral Slings (TOMUS) study," American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology, vol.
No parece que Carl Linne utilizara en sus escritos la combinacion Bryum rigidum propuesta por Cavanilles para este pliego; la formulacion de este binomen si se encuentra en la Flora Anglica [...] Tomus II.
Much of the earliest, and sometimes erroneous, information on the life and works of Venegas comes from the entry for him in Nicolas Antonio's Bibliotheca hispana nova, sive hispanorum scriptorum qui ab anno MD ad MDCLXXXIV floruere notitia: Tomus Primus.