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Kaval

 

(Bulgarian kaval, Rumanian cavat), a wind instrument played in Bulgaria, Rumania, Moldavia, and Yugoslavia. It is an end-blown flute (without a mouthpiece), with a long wooden tube and 6–8 fingerholes; at the lower end of the tube there are 3 or 4 additional holes for tuning and resonance. Its scale is diatonic. The kaval measures from 500 mm to more than 700mm long.

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Incluso mas alla, tambien se transmite la idoneidad de la justicia para investigar los casos, "Fiscal del Caso Caval advierte que causa se dilatara porque se investigara en forma absolutamente acuciosa" (El Mercurio de Santiago, 17 de febrero de 2015), "Hay una serie de antecedentes que es necesario recoger para orientar la investigacion de la mejor manera" (La Tercera, 17 de febrero de 2015).
Murphy, "Emergency department bedside ultrasonographic measurement of the caval index for noninvasive determination of low central venous pressure," Annals of Emergency Medicine, vol.
Neelakandhan, "Superior vena caval aneurysm," Interactive Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery, vol.
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MC approved development of the Caval Ridge mine in November 2011.
Angiomyolipoma with caval extension and regional nodal involvement: Aggressive behavior or just rare natural history?
The closest we came to wildness in our walks was probably when we lived in Colorado, where we walked with my partner and his big Dalmatian Caval almost every day on the Coal Creek Trail, a nice path along the creek that ran through a pasture containing a small herd of mules and horses.
Both UNILINC and CAVAL are independent organisations established initially as shared cataloging operations using Australian software.
Division of the ligament enabled the elevation of the caudate lobe from the caval vein.
Most of these tachyarrhythmias are CTI dependent, but the critical zones of slow conduction between suture line and superior vena caval orifice, mitral valve annulus, and pulmonary vein orifice have all been described.