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per capita

By, of, or for each person in a given population. The government spends more per capita on healthcare than any other country in the world. Though the nation is tiny, it has the highest per capita income in all of Europe.
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A significant difference was observed in the expression levels of GNAQ mRNA in caput and cauda epididymis.
29/11diz que "A conquista de mercado resultante de processo natural fundado na maior eficiencia de agente economico em relacao a seus competidores nao caracteriza o ilicito previsto no inciso II do caput deste artigo".
6 caput da Constituicao e uma decorrencia logica do direito a vida.
Tampoco resulta creible que haya pretendido ofrecer una explicacion de tipo erudito y de naturaleza etimologica para el termino caput.
225, caput, CF/1988, nao seria fixada de modo arbitrario pelos orgaos ambientais do Poder Executivo, mas estaria quantificada objetivamente, de acordo com a compostura (retribuicao da maior utilizacao, como se ve) do impacto ambiental que vier a ser dimensionado estritamente nos dados tecnicos do EPIA/RIMA.
A compatibilizacao com a Constituicao nao e possivel, ja que o caput e o inciso XXII do art.
A caput medusae forms around the umbilicus, then draining into the systemic circulation via the inferior epigastric veins.
In South Africa, average monthly per caput food expenditure of afflicted households was 70 to 80 percent that of other households [10], but no significant difference was found in total monthly expenditures, most likely because of rises in health-related expenditures.
59) Die Irische Kanonemsammlung, Liber XXV, caput 17, pp.
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).
Y como el titulo de este libro (1) apunta con el dedo a los vecinos del norte, acusandoles de complices o demiurgos en la sombra de esta realidad fronteriza, debemos reconocer que la frontera tambien supura a ambos lados de la linea el pus de la nacion caput mundi (2).
Los aficionados del Roma alzan la pancarta Caput Mundi para recordar al adversario cual es la capital del mundo.
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.
Words from the Latin caput have something to do with the head or a place where decisions are made.