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angular distance above the horizon (especially of a celestial object)

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After the event and subsequent dinner at Cafe Englander, Terkl takes us back to Alte Schmiede for a private tour.
Parents' anxiety following the event contributes to an extent to this decision and causes a burden on treating physicians.5 Various investigations are performed while planning the care of ALTE infants due to the absence of evidence-based practice.5 Many studies have been conducted to optimise the clinical practice to pursue minimal investigations.
ALTE is ingrained in clinical practice, and it may take time for a uniform acceptance of the change in terminology and criteria.
The true incidence of ALTE is unknown, but is reported to be 0.5% to 6%; most events occur in children younger than age 1.
Pentru pacientii cu diagnosticul de "schizofrenie sau alte tulburari psihotice", prima adresabilitate intr-un sistem psihiatric poate influenta evolutia bolii si complianta acestuia pe viitor (1).
For members of the public who attend the gala event at Museum Alte Feste, there will be a limited amount of space on special Month of Photography buses that will take people to all eight different galleries.
The collaboration is aimed at installing ALTe powertrains in fleet vehicles.
(2) Suveranitatea nationala apartine Uniunii Europene, care o exercita prin organele sale reprezentative, Gaz de France Suez, E.ON Ruhrgas, E.ON Energie, Veolia (ex-Vivendi), Lafarge, Saint-Gobain, Arcelor-Mittal, Danone, Tnuva, Carrefour, Cora, Auchan, Delhaize, Kaufland, METRO, SELGROS, si alte multinationale, precum si prin intermediul bancilor straine cu sucursale pe teritoriul Romaniei.
Netzhammer contributed two videos from two different phases of his career: Mobel der Proportional (Furniture of Proportions), 2008, and Junge Aste abmen alte Geweihe nach und alte Geweihe junge Aste (Young branches imitate old antlers and old antlers young branches), 1999.
Das Lesebuch folgt nach einer Einleitung in das Alte bzw.
In this report from Israel, 11 infants were admitted to the hospital with an "apparent life-threatening event" (ALTE).
A homeopathic preparation for 'infantile colic' may cause an apparent life-threatening event (ALTE), a study has reported.
These authors disregard the fact that apnea is a feature of the condition known as an apparent life threatening event (ALTE), which can be caused by prematurity, gastroesophageal reflux, cardiac arrhthymia, laryngomalacia, tracheomalacia, infection, metabolic disorders, seizure, and other conditions.
Apparent life-threatening event (ALTE) is a term used to categorize the unexpected presentation of symptoms that include a combination of change in color and/or muscle tone, coughing, gagging, or apnea in an infant.
Supporters gave time, equipment, building materials and experience to ensure the Alte Foersterei (Old Forestry) stadium opened on time.