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- "Absences" is a 2013 documentary film written and directed by Carole Laganière.
- "Absences" a.k.a. "Apousies" is a 1987 drama romance film written by Giorgos Katakouzinos and Dimitris Nollas. It is also directed by Giorgos Katakouzinos.
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Clinical, Experimental and Genetic Aspects by Alain Malafosse
eyelid myoclonia with absences is a common epileptic syndrome which is frequently misdiagnosed in children as childhood absence epilepsy despite marked differences and ...
Epilepsy in Children, 2E (2004)
by Sheila J Wallace, Kevin Farrell
Epilepsy with myoclonic absences is a rare condition, accounting for 0.5–1 per cent of the epilepsies observed in a selected population with epilepsy who attend the Centre Saint-Paul in Marseilles (France). There is a male preponderance (69 ...
by Simon Shorvon, Renzo Guerrini, Mark Cook, Samden Lhatoo
Epilepsy with myoclonic absences is a rare disorder (around 0.5–1% of epilepsy) with onset between age 1–12 years (71). About 50% of children have preexisting cognitive impairment. Myoclonic absences appear several times per day, ...
The Causes of Epilepsy (2011)
Common and Uncommon Causes in Adults and Children by Simon D. Shorvon, Frederick Andermann, Renzo Guerrini
Epilepsy with myoclonic absences is a childhood epilepsy – mean age at onset 7 years – with daily myoclonic absences, and with other infrequent seizure types such as TCS, drop attacks, and atypical absences (Bureau and Tassinari 2005).
by Charles J. Russo
Sanctions for Nonacademic Reasons There is some controversy related to the use of grade reductions and academic sanctions as discipline for nonacademic transgressions, such as significant absences. Insofar as student absences and ...
by Charles Wankel
Furthermore, there is significant evidence to suggest that a large proportion of absences are potentially avoidable. A 2005 study on U.S. human resources executives found that personal illnesses accounted for only 35 percent of unscheduled ...
Advaita Vedanta up to Samkara and His Pupils by Karl H. Potter
Two absences (abhāva) cannot be related to each other, since being both absences they are nondifferent. Nor can an absence be related to a real existent by either contact (samyoga), inherence (samavāya), or identity (tādātmya).
Advaita Vedānta up to Śaṃkara and his pupils / ed. by Karl H. Potter. Vol. 3 by Karl H. Potter
Two absences (abhdva) cannot be related to each other, since being both absences they are nondifferent. Nor can an absence be related to a real existent by either contact (samyoga), inherence (samavaya), or identity (tadatmya).
Typical absences are frequent (10–100 per day), with complete unresponsiveness lasting 4–30 s (usually approximately 10 s) and easily provoked by hyperventilation. Probable exclusion criteria for CAE are other than typical absences, ...
by Martin Coyle, Peter Garside, Malcolm Kelsall, John Peck
Though they reside in the styles of narrative language, in the multiple forms of wrought epiphany, the absences of the modern novel are not primarily linguistic but social They are defined by class, by race, by gender, by cultural periphery.
by Ada P. Kahn
ABSENTEEISM STATISTICS ABSENCES FROM WORK OF EMPLOYED FULL- TIME WAGE AND SALARY WORKERS BY AGE AND SEX (NUMBERS IN THOUSANDS) 1 Absences are defined as instances when persons who usually work 35 ...
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Scrabble value of A1B3S1E1N1C3E1S1
The value of this 8-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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