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In memoriam Dr. J.L. Swellengrebel
C.D. Grijns
Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde , 1985,
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Van der Tuuk and the study of Malay
C.D. Grijns
Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde , 1996,
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Understanding beyond language: perceiving meaning in reality
C.D. Scott
Koers : Bulletin for Christian Scholarship , 2011, DOI: 10.4102/koers.v76i4.415
Abstract: This article is an attempt to develop a counter-argument to the contention that meaning is bound by language. Locating itself within the realist ontology of language developed by Saint Anselm of Canterbury, it will be argued that language comprises representations of entities perceived both extra to the perceiver and through introspection. Thus, a language game cannot be a closed system in the sense that by its very existence representations of extralinguistic being are contained therein. If truth is defined as that which is the case, the task of the perceiver becomes apprehension of being beheld without the cloud imposed by symbols: representations are not what they represent, instead they serve as windows onto a view of what is. Following exploration of psychological studies on contemplation, it is argued that it is in desymbolised moments of attentive awareness of being that meaning, unfiltered by the representativeness of language (and indeed, other symbolic systems), can arise. It will be proposed that in contemplative traditions, being is not reduced in perception, and the moment of meaning comes to the fore in the engagement and encounter with being.
Book Review: Strategic Management and Competitive Advantage: Concepts and Cases
Tsinopoulos, C.D.
International Journal of Business Science and Applied Management , 2008,
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El tratamiento del cáncer de próstata: Presente y futuro, realidades y posibilidades
Vera Donoso,C.D.;
Actas Urológicas Espa?olas , 2007, DOI: 10.4321/S0210-48062007000600001
Abstract: the routine determination of psa has generated an important consequence: a really favourable migration of the tumour stage at the moment of diagnosis. it implies an exponential increase in the requirement of primary treatments with curative intention. radical prostatectomy with preservation of neuro-vascular bundles is the gold standard for the treatment of localized prostate cancer but laparoscopic and robotic surgery have arrived with force during last five years. these therapeutic approaches and the new emerging techniques (those interventions that are not routine practice in the prostate cancer) guided by images present a constant research activity. here, we perform a review of every possibility to treat the cancer of prostate.
Die vrae wat ons altyd wou gevra het
J. C.D. Augenstyn
South African Journal of Industrial Psychology , 1977, DOI: 10.4102/sajip.v0i0.292
Abstract: The development of industrial psychology as a discipline and personnel management as a profession is scrutinized against the background of the present economic situation. Unanticipated consequences of rapid growth in the field of personnel management are discussed and suggestions are made for improvement. Opsomming Die wyse waarop die bedryfsielkundige en die personeelbestuurder vir hul 'n plek in die Suid-Afrikaanse volkshuishouding voorberei het word krities onder die soeklig geplaas. Die skynbare onvermo van die personeelbestuurder om tans sy funksie binne die onderneming te regverdig, word bespreek en areas waar onmiddellike bydraes wel moontlik is word kortliks aangetoon.
Antenatal Hydronephrosis: Differential Diagnosis, Evaluation, and Treatment Options
C.D. Anthony Herndon
The Scientific World Journal , 2006, DOI: 10.1100/tsw.2006.366
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The burden of mental disorders: a comparison of methods between the Australian burden of disease studies and the Global Burden of Disease study
Vos,T.; Mathers,C.D.;
Bulletin of the World Health Organization , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0042-96862000000400004
Abstract: the national and victorian burden of disease studies in australia set out to examine critically the methods used in the global burden of disease study to estimate the burden of mental disorders. the main differences include the use of a different set of disability weights allowing estimates in greater detail by level of severity, adjustments for comorbidity between mental disorders, a greater number of mental disorders measured, and modelling of substance use disorders, anxiety disorders and bipolar disorder as chronic conditions. uniform age-weighting in the australian studies produces considerably lower estimates of the burden due to mental disorders in comparison with age-weighted disability-adjusted life years. a lack of follow-up data on people with mental disorders who are identified in cross-sectional surveys poses the greatest challenge in determining the burden of mental disorders more accurately.
Mamoplastia en plano dual ?Es la técnica de elección?
Lo Brutto,C.D.; álvarez,F.;
Cirugía Plástica Ibero-Latinoamericana , 2011, DOI: 10.4321/S0376-78922011000200003
Abstract: since 2004 we have been implementing the dual plane technique for augmentation mammoplasty in all our patients as the best one in primary augmentation mammoplasty, treatment of the capsular contracture and in the resolution of breast malformations, among which the tuberous breast was the most frequent one. this plane allows the prosthesis to stand simultaneously under and over the pectoralis major muscle. we considered 650 bilateral mammoplasties operated between january 2006 and december 2008 using smooth round implants in all cases (mentor?). the surgery was performed with the aid of local anesthesia as well as sedation. the complication rate was minimum and it was mostly produced by hematomas and breast asymmetries. in our experience the dual plane technique admits a few variations taking into account physiological, pathological and type of breast deformity aspects, with a high rate of success and low risk.
Oxisol (Ferralsol) Development In Two Agro-Ecological Zones of Ghana: A Preliminary Evaluation of Some Profiles
O Dwomo, C.D Dedzoe
Journal of Science and Technology (Ghana) , 2010,
Abstract: Oxisoils (or Ferralsols) have been recognized in the High Rain Forest (HRF) agro-ecological zone of Ghana. There is no documented information about these soils in the Moist Semi-Deciduous Forest (MSDF) agro-ecological zone of Ghana where climatic conditions conducive for Oxisol formation have been identified in parts of the zone. The paper seeks to establish the development of Oxisols or Ferralsols in parts of the MSDF so that appropriate management practices can be adopted for their sustainable use in the zone. Nine soil profiles were dug, described and sampled along a transect running from the HRF to MSDF zones of Ghana. Four of the profiles were located in the HRF and five in the MSDF. The HRF soils are Ninisu, Ankasa, Boi and Bremang series, while Wacri, Kukurantumi, Bekwai, Nzima and Kokofu series are the MSDF soils. Using rainfall and evapotranspiration data, morphological and easily measurable physico-chemical properties in the laboratory, the soils were evaluated for the development of Oxisols in the two agro-ecological zones in Ghana. These properties were also used to classify the soils into the Soil Taxonomy, world Reference Base for Soil Resources (WRB) and the Ghana Soil Classification Systems. Rainfall is higher in the HRF than MSDF. However, evapotranspiration distribution is similar in the two zones. Munsell hue is less variable in the HRF than the MSDF. This indicates greater moisture variability in the MSDF compared to the HRF. All the soils in the HRF and two in the MSDF (Wacri and Kukurantumi series) show pseudosand structure in the subsoil, which is characteristic with Oxisols (or Ferralsols). Though the soils are highly weathered with ECEC values being <12 cmol(+)/kg soil, the intensity is greater with the HRF soils. Silt:clay ratios are <0.7 in the subsoils of the HRF soils compared to those of the MSDF. CEC:clay are mostly <0.3 in all the soils, indicating kaolinitic clay mineralogy. Under the Soil Taxonomy system, all the HRF soils and two in the MSDF (Wacri and Kukurantumi series) are Oxisols. The remaining three MSDF soils are Ultisols. The Oxisols classify as Ferralsols and the Ultisols, Acrisols in the WRB. This preliminary assessment shows that Oxisosl (or Ferralsols) also occur in the MSDF under udic moisture regimes. This is important for soil management in the MSDF.
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