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Insula

 

a multistoried ancient Roman dwelling usually constructed of brick, with rooms or apartments that were rented out. The three- to five-storied dwellings appeared no later than the third century B.C. The apartments were usually grouped around a small court and often occupied an entire block. They made up a large part of the Roman cities.

insula

1. In Roman town planning, a block of buildings surrounded by streets.
2. A Roman apartment house occupying such a block.
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A los dos les suceden las mismas cosas, pero los acontecimientos de la historia de Sancho lo colocan en un punto mas alto que a Salomon, de acuerdo con la etica judeocristiana, pues el labrador respeta los consejos y sale airoso de su insula, mientras que el regente olvida a su dios y es expulsado deshonrosamente de su gobierno.
Empece a frecuentar la tertulia de Insula en mi proxima estancia, en el ano 63, y segui acudiendo a ella cuando, anos mas tarde, se reunia en la tercera planta de La Casa del Libro, de Espasa Calpe, y he asistido a la tertulia sucesora de la de Insula, que se ha reunido en diferentes cafes madrilenos, y ahora celebra sus sesiones en el Cafe del Prado.
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Tiene dos componentes; uno superficial el cual esta formado por lo operculos; frontal, central, parietal y temporal (Figura 11, 12) , el cual puede observarse sobre la superficie del cerebro, el componente profundo que contiene al lobulo de la insula, este ultimo componente esta subdividido en dos compartimentos; operculoinsular y esfenoidal (Figura 13).
Apetit had signed an agreement for selling its seafood business in Finland, Sweden and Norway to Insula AS.
The findings indicated that the bursts came from the insula, which is one of the most densely connected hubs in the developing cortex.
sup][8],[11],[12] This study aimed to describe and measure the normal ultrasonographic features of cortical sulcus development (especially the insula, SF, POF, and calcarine fissure [CF]) in human fetus between 18 and 41 weeks of gestation in a large Chinese population.
Al interior de las ventas, el palacio ducal y la insula Barataria, los multiples personajes logran de manera singular desasirse de las identidades que los atan.
In order to minimize risks intra-operative direct cerebral stimulation (3,4) and precise anatomical knowledge helps the surgeon to guide the extent of resection and avoid structural damage when operating within the insula.
The insula is seen as a region that adapts bodily signals to emotions and decision-making mechanisms in processes that include indefinite risk and reward (11).
But the tinnitus group showed higher activity in the parahippocampus and the insula, two other brain regions tied to emotion.