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Pital is a town and municipality in the Huila Department, Colombia.
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by John Howard
La Charite or the General Hg/pital is an excellent institution, the establishment of which was occasioned by a dreadful famine in France in 1531. The first distribution of bread, during that calamity, was here made to many thousands who ...
by CTI Reviews
pital: Pital is a town and municipality in the Huila Department, Colombia. También es una institución educativa del municipio de Pereira, Departamento de Risaralda, Colombia. Nombre ...
by Preethi Burkholder, Entrepreneur Press
pital is that in the former clients are not made to feel like patients. Rather, they are made to feel. 126.
pital is a city of the same game: c3 jongit. 48 °, and north lat. 37°. d GILBERTINES, a religious order four . ed in England by ...
Herald of Health (1869)
ceased to have favor in any method of pracl: - A first requisite in choosing the site for a h«- pital is that it shall be sunny. This is qpitv -n important as that it shall bo dry ; and, ...
The Treasury of Knowledge and Library of Reference: pt. I. A compendious English grammar by Goold Brown. English dictionary ed. by Lyman Cobb, 6th ed. pt. II. The new universal gazetteer by Edwin Williams, 7th ed. pt. III. An epitome of chronology and history, with an appendix; a compendious classical dictionary; and a dictionary of law terms...by a gentleman of the New York bar...6th ed (1836)
Its pital is a strong city of the same name. at 38 30 N., lon. 248 E. -- - - Nehavend, or Nehaund, a town of Persi in Irak...famous for the de f ...
The History and Survey of London: The political history , with an accurate survey of the several wards, liberties, precincts, &c., an account of the parishes and churches; civil, military and ecclesiastical government, companies and commerce, antiquities, offices, societies, state of learning, and monuments of charity and piety, including the several parishes in Westminster, Middlesex, and Surry (1756)
by William Maitland
Over the Ca“pital is an Iron Balcony, encompassing a Ciopus “ or Meta, thirty-two Feet high, supporting a “blazing Urn of Brass gilt. Prior to this, the “Surveyor (as it appears by an original Drawing) “ had made a Design of a Pillar of somewhat ...
The Journal of the American Medical Association
pital is that visitors be admitted, even to the contagious department. We have provided on the center of this T a small visiting-room with plate glass between the aircorridor and visiting- room.
A Lexicon of Economics (2005)
by Phyllis Deane, Jessica Kuper
pital. Humancapitalis thestockofacquired talents, skills and knowledge which may enhance a worker'searning powerin thelabour market.Adistinction is commonlymadebetween generalhuman capital—which isconsidered asaffecting potential ...
Containing a Full Explanation of the Various Subjects and Terms of Anatomy, Physiology, ... by Robley Dunglison
hos'pital, hospital in England for gratuitous treatment of venereal diseases. L. or locked Jaw, trismus.
The Complete English Dictionary, explaining most of those hard words, which are found in the best English writers. By a lover of good English and common sense i.e. J. Wesley ... The second edition, with additions (1777)
by John Wesley
CA'PITAL, chief, principal, ...
Viz. English, Bángálí, and Hindústání. In the Roman Character by P. S. D'Rozario
Brassy, a hard as brass; made of brass; bold—pittalernyiy shakta ; pittal nirmita; nirlajja -pital ke manindsakht; pital se banáyá gayá, birinji, pitalsá; gustákh, besharm schhokrá Brat, s. a child, by way of contempt—heyatva bodhak shabda, ...
A Complete and Universal English Dictionary on a New Plan: including not only ... a full explanation of difficult words and technical terms in all faculties and professions ... but ... a pronouncing dictionary ... To which are prefixed, A Free Enquiry into the Origin and Antiquity of Letters (by the Abbot Anselm) ... By ... James Barclay ... and others (1774)
by James Barclay (Curate of Edmonton.)
* CA' PITAL, S. among Merchants, the sum os money brought in by each party to make up the ...
Lexicon Physico-medicum (1794)
Or, A New Medicinal Dictionary. Explaining the Difficult Terms Used in the Several Branches of the Profession ... by John Quincy
Pital, is every thing having life. And, - Pital Faculty, is that whereby the heart and arteries beat, and keep on the due motion of the blood : this is absolutely necessary to the continuance of life. Pitaliana, a species of Primula. Pitellum, the yolk of ...
Containing, I. Cookery in Dressing Flesh, Fowl, Fish, Herbs, Roots, Making Sawces, Etc. II. Pastry, Making Pyes, Pastries, Puddings, Pancakes, Cheesecakes, Custards, Tansies, Etc. III. Confects, Candies, Conserves, Preserves, Creams, Gellies, Pickles ... by William Salmon
Pital in Heart, Arteries and Arterial Blocq : But whether there be not Natural Spirits distributed thro' the whole Body, is yet a question. The Animal Spirits are a very thin Liquor, separated from the Blood in the Cortical or outward Substance of the ...
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