endocardial fibroelastosis

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endocardial fibroelastosis

[¦en·dō¦kärd·ē·əl ¦fī·brō·ə‚las′tō·səs]
(medicine)
Fibrous or fibroelastic thickening of the endocardium, of unknown cause.
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En aquellos tiempos, eso significaba para una agencia como EFE que un colaborador habitual, un contratado local, no un corresponsal, asistia al acto, tomaba sus notas, recogia copia del mensaje y transmitia la noticia a la oficina de Roma.
EFE spoke with Andres Diaz, who comes from a farm growing "winter tobacco.
As Jarrada's case indicates, EFE programs include women.
To assist with the private equity-related transaction market, the pair will be supported by EFE director and board member, Judith McMath, who specialises in this area.
Reacting to the criticisms trailing his career, Efe in what appeared like a twitter rant said: 'For all those saying the regret voting for me, I entertained you and your money expired the day the show ended.
Efe (pictured left) who played for Town more than 60 times between 2003 and 2005, and brothers Sam and Akpo, were allegedly involved in channelling proceeds from the scam which targeted firms in Colombia, India, Italy and Abu Dhabi over the period of a month in 2013.
Ehikhamen, of South East London, Oruma, of Bexley, South London, Sam, of Dartford, Kent, and Efe, of Cheadle, Gtr Manchester, deny laundering cash.
A combination of coursework, EFE, and student teaching is used to prepare agriculture teachers for the profession (Rank & Retallick, 2016).
Le partenariat Fondation Citi et EFE apportera son appui aux jeunes non seulement sur le renforcement de capacite sur un plan soft skills mais aussi, la filiale tunisienne, EFE-Tunisie, apportera une formation technico-commerciale a 96 jeunes, en connectant 75% au minimum des diplomes du programme a des opportunites d'emplois et des stages a plein temps - un element tout a fait unique du modele EFE.
The EFE Global Women's Inclusion Initiative aims to reach over 10,000 young women across the MENA region by 2020 through EFE's distinctive skills training and job placement programmes, as well as career pathways and entrepreneurship support.