Septile

Septile

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

A septile is an unusual minor aspect of 513/7° created by dividing a circle into seven equal parts. Because of the numerological association of the number seven with Neptune, it has been regarded as having a mystical or a “beclouding” influence. Such eminent astrologers as John Addey have researched this aspect, and material on septiles can be found in astrology books dealing with harmonics.

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Again, the biggest difference was between the septile living in the most polluted areas, versus those breathing the cleanest air: Their rates of schizophrenia and personality disorders were more than doubled, while their rate of depression was 50% higher and bipolar disorder 29% higher.
The results reveal a nonlinear effect of the posted spread on betting behavior as the percentage bet on the favorite and the percentage of times the majority bet on the favorite consistently rises from the first septile when the spread is -1 to when the spread is between -3.5 and -4 with the majority betting the favorite over 85% of the time.
The measured trees were sorted according to DBH and divided into seven groups, an equal number in each group (septile).
Eleven of these governments also have high revenue burden and GO debt burden (at the 5th septile or above), and so are the worst off in this group in terms of overall solvency and risk of financial crises.
All CCDs in the study area were ranked according to the percentage of households with incomes of less than $400 per week (approximately the poverty line), and then stratified into septiles. Fifty CCDs were randomly selected from this list--17 from the highest, 16 from the middle, and 17 from the lowest septile.
The rate ratios for all cancers (mortality) by septile of cumulative exposure score (15-year lag) were 1.00, 1.00, 1.29, 1.38, 1.43, 1.88, and 1.76 (p-value for trend < 0.001).
For each study condition, areas were ranked from highest to lowest in terms of their relative hospital admission rates, and then the areas were divided into septiles, with septile 1 representing the ten areas with the lowest hospitalization rates and septile 7 the ten areas with the highest rates.
The remaining 34 cancer deaths in Steenland et al.'s lowest septile must have occurred among men with truly low scores even without the 15-year lag assumption, and the all-cancer SMR among these men was 34/24.1 = 121 (95% CI, 101-197) [also calculated from Steenland et al.'s Table 2 data; (Steenland et al.
A creative and effective anti-uranium campaign was organized in another north shore community Septiles. Community organizers grouped within Sept-Iles Sans Uranium held a snowmobile rally complete with snowmobiles making a massive radiation symbol, which can be seen on YouTube.
The programme's eight remaining airports are Penticton and Port Hardy in British Columbia, Bonnechere in Ontario, Havre Saint-Pierre in Natashquan, Septiles in Quebec and St Anthony and Wabush airports in Newfoundland and Labrador province.
Also included were the last 38,000 t of the Schefferville red ore that had been stockpiled at SeptIles for the past six years.