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EADI

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EAdi, airway pressure (Paw), and flow were acquired from the ventilator through an RS232 interface at a sampling rate of 100 Hz, recorded by means of dedicated software (NAVA Tracker V.
(1999), Policy Coherence in Development Cooperation, 58-77, EADI Book Series, Londres.
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In 2010, EcoRodovias expanded its logistics business via the acquisitions of Columbia, a company with roots in the coffee and cotton sectors; and of EADI Sul, whose coverage extends into the other member nations of Mercosur.
The global database is located in Tilburg University of the Netherlands, coordinated by the European Association of Development Institutes (EADI), one of the five founding members of IDIN.
Bonn: EADI, 11th general conference, paper presented at the panel