arroba


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a unit of weight used in some Spanish speaking countries

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a liquid measure (with different values) used in some Spanish speaking countries

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El ultimo articulo que presentamos en el monografico esta realizado por Cristina Moreno, Cristina Alconada y Jose Dulac, vinculados a la Universidad Autonoma de Madrid y a los proyectos <<Pluma y Arroba y Aula Adaptativa>>.
Indeed, other possible mechanism in cause of program cell deaths in diabetes mellitus (Allen et al., 2005; Arroba et al., 2003, 2005, 2007; Klein et al., 2004; Lechuga-Sancho et al., 2006a, 2006b) can be due to insulin decrease or insulin-like growth factor signaling (Ishii, 1995) or an increase in cytokines such as TNFa (Chen & Goeddel, 2002).
-Introduccion.--Origen e historia de los signos: Arroba versus Hashtag.--El significado de los conceptos: Generacion Digital versus Generacion Hiperdigital.--Rasgos generacionales: Generacion X-Generacion @-Generacion #.--Conclusiones.--Lista de referencias.
The indicators of economic results were: effective operational cost--EOC, total operating cost--TOC, depreciation--Da, remuneration on capital invested--RCI and remuneration on capital invested in land - RCIL, total cost - TC, gross revenue--GB in reais (R$), in hectare (R$ [ha.sub.-1]) and in arroba (R$ [@.sup.-1]), gross margin--GM and net margin--NM in reais (R$), in hectare (R$ [ha.sub.-1]) and in arroba (R$ [@.sup.-1]) and result (profit or loss)--RES in reais (R$), in hectare (R$ [ha.sub.-1]) and in arroba (R$ [@.sup.-1]).
In France, however, the official name is "arrobe," which is a term that came from Spain in the 1500s where it was called "arroba" and referred to a unit of weight.
De um modo geral, o livro apresenta uma critica tanto da ideia de superioridade masculina quanto da imposicao linguistica de genero, que pode ser evidenciada no texto de Henrique Nardi, no momento em que o autor opta por utilizar o simbolo "@" (arroba), ao inves de "o" ou "a", para referir-se simultaneamente a ambos os generos, colocando-os em situacao de igualdade; ou, ainda, no uso da expressao "guei", ao inves da usual "gay", no texto de Celio Golin.