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There is an architectural distortion in the upper quadrants of the left breast (white circle), not clearly seen in the craniocaudal view: Rocha A, Servicio de Radiologia, Hospital Povisa, Vigo, Spain.
This cruise departs from Malaga, Costa del Sol and visits Gibraltar, Gibraltar; Vigo, Spain; Porto, Portugal; Lisbon, Portugal and Huelva, Spain.
In hypertensive patients without diabetes, ingestion of the entire daily dose of one or more blood pressure-lowering medications at bedtime results in significantly improved sleeping blood pressure control and prevention of new-onset diabetes," said Ramon Hermida from University of Vigo, Spain.
Mar<AEi>a-Magdalena Cid and Jorge Bravo are faculty members of the Universidade de Vigo, Spain. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
The eastern French plant beat out Peugeot's factory in Vigo, Spain, for the additional 200,000 engines per year.
The INTECH 2015 is organized by the Atlantic Research Centre for Information and Communication Technologies of the University of Vigo, Spain. The INTECH 2015 offers the opportunity for institutes, research centers, engineers, scientists and industrial companies to share their latest investigations, researches, developments and ideas in area of Innovative Computing Technology, which covers huge topics.
The new Peugeot 301, manufacA[degrees]tured in Vigo, Spain, is currently available at all Peugeot showA[degrees] rooms across the sultanate starting from RO4,995.
The vehicle will be produced from semi-assembled kits of parts shipped from Peugeot's plant in Vigo, Spain.
of Vigo, Spain) offers this reference on nutritional roles for various kinds of algae and their extractives.
At a seminar on Compliance evaluation', held on 26-27 June at EFCA headquarters in Vigo, Spain, representatives of member states, the European Commission, scientific institutions, regional fisheries management organisations (RFMOs) and regional advisory councils (RACs) discussed the need, methods and process for CFP compliance evaluation.
Gonzalo Macho, Universida de Vigo, Spain, and Ed Chiles, The Chiles Group, Anna Maria Island.
Survivors include his wife of 49 years, Kathleen McGowan Willingham of Alexandria; four children, Peg Willingham of Falls Church, Va., Eileen Willingham of Canberra, Australia, Rosemary Willingham of San Diego and David Willingham of Vigo, Spain; and three granddaughters.