Manuel Reyes | The unwritten language of flamenco

Moved to Madrid where he received his PhD in Political Science and Sociology from the Complutense University of Madrid (program of methods and techniques of social research and communication theory). Graduated in Political Science and Sociology (Sociology section; specializing in Political Sociology) from the Complutense University of Madrid. He was awarded the National Prize for the Completion of University Studies by the Ministry of Education and Science.

He holds a Diploma in Constitutional Law and Political Science from the Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales and a Diploma in National Defense from the Centro Superior de Estudios de la Defensa Nacional of the Ministry of Defense.[2] He has been a lecturer in different fields of study.

He has been a lecturer in different university environments such as the Faculty of Social Sciences and Communication of Segovia belonging to the University of Valladolid, the University Rovira i Virgili of Tarragona, the University Rey Juan Carlos of Madrid, the International University Menéndez Pelayo of Santander or in official environments such as the National School of Civil Protection of the Ministry of Interior – in crisis and catastrophe management – and in the Higher School of the Armed Forces of the Ministry of Defense on issues related to leadership.

Flamenco dance – Seville

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TUTORIAL 7TH GRADE BASIC M H A

In the 18th century, the medical community saw the need to come together and work in unison, grouped and protected by a new institution that would be at their service. At the request of the famous surgeon Antonio Gimbernat y Arbós, in 1780, King Carlos III ordered the creation of the Royal College of Surgery of San Carlos, as already existed in Cadiz and Barcelona.

In 1781, the architect Francisco Sabatini was commissioned to build it in the area between Antón Martín and Puerta de Atocha, where several hospitals were concentrated at the time: General Hospital, Amor de Dios Hospital and La Pasión Women’s Hospital. Initially, the Royal College was located in the basement of the General Hospital, where two infirmaries were set up for teaching.

However, this project never saw the light of day and it was not until May 12, 1831, when King Ferdinand VII granted the old Hospital de La Pasión to the new building, commissioned on this occasion to its main architect, Isidro González Velázquez, and whose works would last until 1840 (with the collaboration of the architect Tiburcio Pérez Cuervo).

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The Prom-Ute PI nomogram is presented in two tables: one showing the distribution by percentiles of this diameter index in relation to gestational age (Table 2), and the other showing the distribution by percentiles in the first trimester (11-14 weeks) and second trimester (21-24 weeks), the 95th percentile being 2.44 for the first trimester and 1.71 for the second trimester (Table 3).

The prevalence of bilateral or unilateral notching in the first trimester 11-14 weeks (92 cases) was 58.69 % and 28.26 %, respectively, and for the second trimester between 20-24 weeks (139 cases) was 12.23 % and 26.61 % respectively.(Table 4).

Two hundred and sixty-nine women (78.0 %) selected sexual intercourse as the type of sexual activity during pregnancy. The distribution of the other types is shown in Table 6. There were 304 heterosexual pregnant women (88.1 %), 32 homosexuals (9.3 %) and 9 bisexuals (2.6 %). The predominant sexual activity in the three groups was sexual intercourse with vaginal penetration, reported by 245 heterosexuals (80.6 % of the group), 18 homosexuals (56.3 %) and 6 bisexuals (66.7 %), the differences between the groups were statistically significant (P= 0.001) (Table 7).