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A projection from the face of a wall such as from a cornice or coping.
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Jessica Regina Moreira (1) Thalita Evani Silva de Oliveira (1) Eriky Akio de Oliveira Tongu (2) Raissa Oliveira Leite (2) Geison Morel Nogueira (2) Mariana de Mello Zanim Michelazzo (1) Diego Jose Zanzarini Delfiol (2) Joao Paulo Elsen Saut (2) Selwyn Arlington Headley (1, 3) *
De acuerdo con la propuesta del profesor Gerald Geison de la Universidad de Princeton en su articulo titulado "Scientific Change, Emerging Specialties and Research Schools" [4], para medir el exito de un centro de investigacion cientifica y asegurarle un adecuado respaldo financiero, se deben utilizar indicadores que incluyan, entre otros, los siguientes:
Educators and researchers have noted, however, that mathematics is often especially difficult for students with visual impairments (McDonnall, Geison, & Cavenaugh, 2009).
One of the victims, Geison Valero, belonged to Capriles' party Primero Justicia (First Justice) and the other, Omar Fernandez, was an independent.
HISTOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS After tissue processing, staining with haematoxylin and eosin was done as it defines necrotic tissue most clearly and is suitable to get all sorts of measurements.13,26,27 Van Geison Staining technique was done to assess the collagen fibers.28 Histological observations were recorded at 10 X and 40 X objectives, for the assessment of wound healing after partial glossectomy.
Although this story is well known to historians of biology (Geison, 1969; Winther, 2000; Endersby, 2009), it is likely unknown to biology teachers and their students, but it has much to offer because of the lessons it can teach.
Geison Torres-Muniz, 30, of New York, N.Y., was sentenced to two concurrent terms of 2 years to 2 years and a day in Walpole state prison after pleading guilty to possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, amended from trafficking in cocaine, and possession of heroin with intent to distribute, amended from trafficking in heroin, morphine, or opium.
Geison, Michael Foster and the Cambridge School of Physiology: The Scientific Enterprise in Late Victorian Society (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1978), 4-5, 41, 43-44; Jeanne L.
Geison, "The Protoplasmic Theory of Life and the Vitalist Mechanist Debate," Isis 60 (1969), 284.