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having a day or month inserted to make the calendar year correspond to the solar year: "Feb. 29 is an intercalary day"

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Intercalary allograft reconstructions following resection of primary bone tumors: a nationwide multicenter study.
5,6,7,16,17,18,19,20] Advantages over intramedullary fixation are improved rotational stability' ability to incorporate an intercalary graft (Most nonunions require freshening of fracture end resulting in gap)' no fear of implant migration [21] and early rehabilitation due to increased stability.
Polysynaptic reflex arc includes a variable number of intercalary neurons, located between the neuron and the somatosensory and somatomotor latency is longer and obeys the law irradiation.
Our objective was to devise with an economical way of redesigning the grating adjacent to the top slab in order to improve access into the intercalary space, while meeting all the requirements of electrical insulation and worker safety," explains Jordan.
The water resources available in the region are in the intercalary Continental aquifer where the majority of foggaras are dug.
After occasional references to naksatras in the Rgveda and to a year of twelve months and an intercalary month, there are numerous and systematic parallels of astronomical knowledge in later Vedic texts, such as the Atharvaveda, Taittirlya Samhita, and several Brahmanas, that closely follow the patterns laid out in the MUL.
This edition has 13 new chapters on topics like techniques for treating intercalary nerve deficits.
Besides, the intercalary plants are pruned periodically, and their clippings remain on the soil in the cultivation area, which allows the accumulation of organic matter, improving nutrient cycling.
Thirteen moon cakes are piled pyramid-like, representing the 13 moons of a "complete year" or 12 moons plus one intercalary moon.
Jean-Baptiste de la Brosse," by Jean-Francois Cottier; "Philosophy of Friendship in Agricola's Letters," by Judith Deitch; "Anna Maria van Schurmann: The Arts of Argumentation and Self-Portraiture," by Patricia Demers; "The Intercalary Scenes in Joannes Burmeister's Aulularia (1629)," by Michael Fontaine; "Appended Epitaphs," by Maia Wellington Gahtan; "Religion, the Cosmos, and Counter-Reformation Latin: Athanasius Kircher's Itinerarium exstaticum (1656)," by Jacqueline Glomski; "?
Management of segmental defect by intercalary bone transport using Naseer- Awais Fixators.
The most recommended physical activity for people with DM is aerobic exercise, which should be performed at least three intercalary days a week, or daily if possible, with a minimum duration of 20 minutes daily for the benefits to be gained, reaching 60 minutes or more, depending on the pre-exercise blood glucose level.
Microscopically broad, irregular septate hyphae with many terminal and intercalary chlamydospores were present in smear prepared from fungal colonies and stained with Lactophenol cotton blue stain.
Significantly, though, Talley manages to make these intercalary chapters simultaneously useful to those new to southern history and engaging to those familiar with the facts of the region's history and its various scholarly constructions.