VIMAMarshal of Ayacucho Institutional Vanguard (Bolivia)
VIMAVisually Impaired Musicians Association (England, UK)
VIMAVolatile Induction/Maintenance Anaesthesia
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Effort is being made to ensure agreement on the basic points but there are numerous differences," Greek diplomats have told To Vima.
Hachtroudi has designed a double narrative that situates Ala and Vima on neutral ground, former colonel and former prisoner, not side by side but face to face.
It was also agreed that this government would lead the country to elections, but only after the Second Program, which was enacted via law 4046/2012 in February 2012, had been implemented (To Vima 2011b, 2011c).
Hours after a Greek passenger ferry sent lifeboats to rescue 61 migrants off Lesbos, junior interior minister Yiannis Mouzalas told To Vima radio the port of "Mytilene currently has 15,000-17,000 refugees...
"Mytilene currently has 15,000-17,000 refugees and this is the official figure from all services," Yiannis Mouzalas, a junior interior minister, told To Vima radio.
Symbion has existing power generation facilities as well as new developments in a number of African countries including Nigeria, Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda, and will be partnering with Vision Madagascar (ViMa), a local investor.
A Kapa Research poll for To Vima newspaper found that 47.2 percent would vote in favor of a new, painful agreement with Greece's creditors, compared to 33 percent who would vote no and 18.4 percent undecided.
They were also recipients of a VIMA ( Voice International Music Awards) award and performed at the awards ceremony in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in 2014.
Varoufakis told To Vima that the application will formally request an extension until August, but will not include any " recession measures ".
Another Greek newspaper, TO VIMA, said "it can't be overlooked that at 40, Tsipras is Europe's youngest prime minister." The desire for renewal will now be the order of the day in Greek political life.
Objective: We aimed to compare the anesthetic characteristics between total intravenous anesthesia (TIVA) using propofol-remifentanil with target control infusion (TCI) and volatile induction and maintenance anesthesia (VIMA) using sevoflurane and sufentanyl for patients undergoing laparoscopic cholecystectomy.
In yet another anaesthetic technique, involving use of inhalational volatile agent for induction as well as maintenance of anaesthesia (VIMA) decreased cost is reported as compared to an intravenous induction followed by inhalational maintenance or continued use of the intravenous agent [8-10].