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Próspero París
... Próspero París, SJ (September 1, 1846—May 13, 1931) was a French prelate of the Roman Catholic Church, who served as Apostolic Vicar of Nanking from 1900 until ... On April 6, 1900, París was appointed Apostolic Vicar of Kiangnan and Titular bishop of Silandus by Pope Leo XIII ... The vicarate was renamed twice during París's tenure, as Kiangsu (August 8, 1921) and later Nanking (May 1, 1922) ...
List Of Itchy & Scratchy Cartoons - Par For The Corpse
... Title Pun(s) Par for the Corps, Par for the Course Simpsons Episode "Blame It on Lisa" ...
Congressional Country Club - Tournaments Held At Congressional - Major Championships
... won the tournament with a score of two under par in the last Open to finish on Saturday ... With the course playing as a par 70, Dave Stockton sank a par-saving putt on the 72nd hole to win by one stroke at 281 (+1) ... Ernie Els won his second major championship with a score of four under par ...
Attributable Risk - Combined PAR
... The PAR for a combination of risk factors is the proportion of the disease that can be attributed to any of the risk factors studied ... The combined PAR is usually lower than the sum of individual PARs since a diseased case can simultaneously be attributed to more than one risk factor and so be counted twice ... is no multiplicative interaction (no departure from multiplicative scale), combined PAR can be manually calculated by this formula ...

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