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per capita

for each person in a country or area France and Germany both invest more per capita in public transport than Britain.
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In the epididymis, exposure to B[alpha]P resulted in a noticeable reduction in diameter of caput epididymal tubules [see Supplemental Material, Figure 1A,B (http://dx.
15) "Peter as prince of the apostles is united to Rome as caput mundi,'" the center of "Christian universalism" (Schatz, "Historical Considerations," p.
Bamburgh is recorded in Bede and the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle as a major Anglo-Saxon caput (e.
The engaging flatscreen work Company of Colors, Shadow Box 9, 2009, meanwhile, reinterprets live images of viewers as an array of little rectangular palette chips; it informed at least one of them that his skin tone was an unfortunate combination of caput mortuum (literally "dead head") and bister (a brownish -gray pigment traditionally made from soot).
In this regard, the exhibited trophy serves as what Marx calls a caput mortuum, the dead-head trace that remains to haunt all attempts at occluding the intimacy--or even the inextricability--of law and lawlessness, justice and injustice, in gold-rush California.
Cap" is even older, stemming from the proto-Indo European word for "head," the origin of both the Latin caput and the German Kopf.
Bristles: 10 long on caput in mid-dorsal line; three long, five short anteromedially; six long, several short between PME; one long, two short between AME; one long, five short on clypeus edge.
The amount of animal protein intake per caput per day was only 17.
The highest rate per caput supply of maize occurs in countries where most of the grain is for feeding animals or where the maize represents the preferred staple food.
sed ille,/si foret hoc nostrum fato dilatus in aevum,/detereret sibi multa, recideret omne quod ultra/perfectum traheretur, et in versu faciendo/saepe caput scaberet vivos et roderet unguis
In recent years, it has also been explored for the treatment of the ischemic necrosis of the caput femoris, aphtha, bedsore and wound healing, and so on.
The foetus showed moulding and caput due to the prolonged second stage and she was advised to proceed to caesarean section (CS).
Aemilius Ludouici Richteri (Lipsiae: Ex Officina Bernhardi Tauchnitz, 1889), Decreti Pars Secunda, Causa XX, Quaestio V, caput v.