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And others. It is an abbreviation of a Latin phrase (et alii, et aliae or et alia, depending on the number and gender), and is typically used after a name or list of names to indicate the inclusion of others. This research was carried out by Richards et al.
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Tabla 1 Estudios en los que se evaluo la sintomatologia depresiva de los cuidadores informales Autores Muestra (N, Intervenciones y enfermedad grupos control o de familiar, % comparacion mujeres, rechazos/ abandonos) Belle et al.
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Results of the lake-sediment geochemical survey revealed several uranium anomalies (Beaumier et al.
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Metamorphic grade in the Duquet and Fagnant belts (and in the core of the Qalluviartuuq-Payne belt) is at green-schist or lower amphibolite facies, with P and T conditions as low as about 525[degrees]C and 3 kbar (Percival and Skulski 2000; Ciesielski 2000; Madore et al.
3) along a regional brittle structure that cuts across deformed granodiorite (Cipmyluk showings; Madore et al.
AV: Hafellner & Sancho (1990); SG: Barreno & Rico (1982), Hafellner & Sancho (1990); ZA: Terron et al.
Arnold -- AV: Sancho (1985), Sancho (1988); LE: Terron et al.
Burgaz (1987); SO: Aragon & Martinez (1997b); VA: Colmeiro (1867); ZA: Terron et al.
Aspicilia candida (Anzi) Hue -- PA: Lopez de Silanes et al.
Anzi -- BU: Rico (1999); LE: Barquin & Terron (1997), Barquin & Terron (1999); PA: Lopez de Silanes et al.
Fragey -- SG: Burgaz & Ventureira (1990); SO: Crespo & Barreno (1978), Hafellner et al.
Aspicilia mauritii Hue -- AV: Sancho (1985); PA: Lopez de Silanes et al.