(a.) Possessing or exhibiting valor; brave; courageous; valiant; intrepid.
(1) A valoration of the different diagnostic and therapeutic procedures and also the different etiologic and clinical possibilities is done.
(2) He was awarded the Intelligence Star for Valor for his role in the rescue.
(3) Asentamientos informales en la periferia de la ciudad continúan creciendo, mientras que el valor de las propiedades en las zonas centrales suba rápidamente.
(4) As Jere Longman would write in the New York Times: “In a country where it is considered valorous to pass up the annual vacation for more work, Hiddink seemed to be having too much fun.” But the manager was not the only one enjoying himself after the World Cup had begun.
(5) In Argo, we have yet another instance where the public has been denied of an opportunity for all Americans to learn of an American Latino's valor, talent, and patriotism.
(6) The recognition and valorization of central supply area is an important aspect to diminish the nurses stress.
(7) Aunque la comida es parte importante de la cultura mexicana (desde 2010, la cocina mexicana ha sido reconocida por la Unesco como “herencia cultural intangible”), la zona central de la ciudad fue reconocida como la zona con mayor concentración de vendedores ambulantes en 2010, lo cual probablemente conduce a un elevado consumo de alimentos de bajo valor nutritivo.
(8) We came to the conclusion that the valorization of mitral regurgitation made by both techniques is not accurately comparable, existing undervaluation in transthoracic echocardiography.
(9) PASSING is based on Social Role Valorization, an internationally influential theoretical and philosophical approach to structuring human services, particularly services for persons with handicaps or other potentially devaluing conditions.
(10) : line, hand pressure, area of the drawing, dimensions of the figures, distribution, and shading) as well as with respect to contents factors, such as spatial representation and cotwin's valorization.
(11) The issues of client self-rating, variation in levels of abstraction among listed problems, interaction between problems, reliability, and valor to IPR's adoption in clinical practice and treatment evaluations.
(12) Catch well, catch often, comrades (and join Team Valor).
(13) We consider of great interest to value some circumstances of the febrile convulsions, which could be worth for valorating recidives.
(14) Nicolas Lopez, analyst at Madrid broker M&G Valores, said the data was encouraging: All the indicators point to a turnaround, and that we're entering in to growth.
(15) This scheme describes the basic principles for orientation of residents: systematic learning and training of laboratory technology, acquisition of experience in organization and valorizing this activity, introduction to methods and practice of quality control and administration of laboratory activity.
(16) Removing the flag from this state’s capitol would not be an act of political correctness; it would not be an insult to the valor of Confederate soldiers.
(17) When you ask me what it symbolizes, it symbolizes, in a personal way, the courage and the valor of my ancestors, who in their time did what they believed was the right thing to do.” Jones, 73, who runs a chain of “Cooter’s Place” outlets in the south that sell Dukes memorabilia including Confederate flag license plates , said the flag had a place in southern culture that had become detached from its history as a battle flag – and from the question of race and racism.
(18) The obtained conclusions are used for a valorization of the hyposensibilisation allergen Desalerga A which is produced by the firm USOL.
(19) Gasometric and spirometric measures were taken in addition to clinical evaluation at hospital admission and discharge using a numerical valoration system.
(20) Speaking from the Oval Office on Thursday, Barack Obama said: “It is a heartbreaking circumstance for these individuals who have served our country with great valor to be killed in this fashion.” Obama said the families of the victims had “our full support as they try to overcome the grief that’s involved here”.
(n.) A whit; a bit; a jot.
(n.) A supernatural being.
(n.) A human being; a person, either male or female; -- now used chiefly in irony or burlesque, or in humorous language.
(a.) Swift; nimble; agile; strong and active.
(1) That was incorrect: for example, the Isle of Wight has never had a female MP.
(2) The owners of a wind turbine factory on the Isle of Wight won a repossession order today in their attempt to end an occupation of the plant by workers protesting at planned job losses.
(3) Total maternal wight gain during gestation was lower for smoke-exposed animals than for non-smoke-exposed animals.
(4) Vestas has confirmed the closure of two sites on the Isle of Wight and Southampton with the loss of 425 jobs.
(5) Areas topping the league for quality beaches were the Isle of Wight, with two blue flags and 12 QCAs, Torbay, with five blue flags and nine QCAs, and Thanet, which has seven blue flags and four QCAs.
(6) Linehan is giving bigger roles to the other gangsters, not least the Teddy Boy spiv Harry, originally depicted by Peter Sellers, who will be played on stage by Stephen Wight.
(7) James Armstrong Dorchester • Here on the Isle of Wight, more than 3,000 planning applications have been approved by the council, to reach the island target of 520 houses a year, yet there is little activity on those sites.
(8) Domiciliary nebulizer use is evaluated in a well-defined population on the Isle of Wight covering all ages.
(9) According to tourist authorities on the Isle of Wight, there has been a “very significant leap” in its website traffic, while Visit East Anglia said its enquiries had risen by a quarter.
(10) But in a comparison to a fourth isle of Wight squirrel found dead last year, Simpson and other colleagues report in a letter to the journal that three had the same type of staph A, ST49, which has previously found in human isolates, according to a national database based at Imperial College, London.
(11) Sheridan told the court Wight had been one of the NoW's heaviest users of Whittamore, with Wight's name appearing about 70 times in Whittamore's records.
(12) Mr Quigley, who lives on the Isle of Wight, says: "I interpreted that as saying, 'Look for another bank account'.
(13) It was Wight who later provided a link to Astor, Davie's second and principal mentor.
(14) However, Britain currently has no commercial-scale wind turbine manufacturing plants, following the closure of the Vestas plant on the Isle of Wight last year.
(15) The company said that 40 employees had been found new roles within the Vestas research and development facility on the Isle of Wight.
(16) The setback follows the decision by the leading turbine maker Vestas to shut its Isle of Wight turbine factory this summer, just days after the government promised a clean-tech job revolution.
(17) David Wolfe QC, for the trust, claimed the two culls would involve killing an estimated 3,400 badgers in each area – each approximately the size of the Isle of Wight – and the long-term intention was to issue licences for up to 10 culls each year.
(18) I think she is the oldest person in the world to have a hip operation, and the surgeon, Jason Millington, and the anaesthetist were both courageous to take the decision to operate on someone of that age, but the operation went splendidly.” Hermiston said his mother, from Ryde, Isle of Wight, was recovering well after the operation last Friday.
(19) Since 1982, in the Isle of Wight hospitals, 13 cases of splenic injury following trauma have been treated applying various salvage procedures and are reported here.
(20) Julian Critchley: ‘Michael Gove radicalised me’ A civil servant in the Department for Education before training to be a teacher 12 years ago, Critchley last year left his job as head of history at a south London comprehensive to move to the Isle of Wight.