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These reformed French Breviaries — e. g. the Paris Breviary of 1680 by Archbishop François de Harlay ( 1625 – 1695 ) and that of 1736 by Archbishop Charles Gaspard Guillaume de Vintimille ( 1655 – 1746 )— show a deep knowledge of Holy Scripture, and much careful adaptation of different texts.
These three battalions are respectively the Bataillon Special Amphibie ( BSA ), the Bataillon des Troupes Aeroportees ( BTAP ) and the Bataillon Blinde de Reconnaissance ( BBR ).
These bright orange buses still display the name of Transportes Urbanos de Sevilla, S. A. M., their former owner, and Seville's coat of arms as a sign of gratitude.
These were completed by de Camp and Carter, and new stories written entirely by the two were added as well.
These eschatological myths appeared " in the Crusades, in the movements of a Tanchelm and an Eudes de l ' Etoile, in the elevation of Fredrick II to the rank of Messiah, and in many other collective messianic, utopian, and prerevolutionary phenomena ".
( where the first map is the gradient, the second is the curl, the third is the divergence ) serves as a nice quantification of the complicatedness of the underlying region U. These are the beginnings and main motivations of de Rham cohomology.
These phenomena were investigated in the late eighteenth century by Charles-Augustin de Coulomb, who deduced that charge manifests itself in two opposing forms.
These fled to three small islands which could be seen off shore and named them the Iles de Salut ( or " Islands of Salvation ").
These included his Péchés de vieillesse (" Sins of Old Age "), which are grouped into 14 volumes, mostly for solo piano, occasionally for voice and various chamber ensembles.
These are written in rhyming couplets, and again draw on French models such as Chrétien de Troyes, many of them relating Arthurian material, for example, Parzival by Wolfram von Eschenbach.
These factors can also cause hydrocodone and related drugs to have a threshold effect, cause significant lengthening or shortening of the duration of effects in the absence of tolerance, and increase or decrease the de facto conversion ratio between hydrocodone and other drugs like morphine, hydromorphone, and synthetics like levorphanol and methadone.
These men truly liked Rousseau and enjoyed his ability to converse on any subject, but they also used him as a way of getting back at Louis XV and the political faction surrounding his mistress, Mme de Pompadour.
These four productions, with other occasional sermons, were in 1760 republished collectively, in three volumes, at Amsterdam, and preceded by an Essai historique sur la Vie et les Ouvrages de M. Abbadie.
These are known as Les Grandes Misères de la guerre, consisting of 18 prints published in 1633, and the earlier and incomplete Les Petites Misères – referring to their sizes, large and small ( though even the large set are only about 8 x 13 cm ).
These men included soldiers who would become infamous in England for their uncivilised behaviour, including Falkes de Breauté, Geard d ' Athies, Engelard de Cigongé and Philip Marc.
These works were the Estoire del Saint Grail, the Estoire de Merlin, the Lancelot propre ( or Prose Lancelot, which made up half the entire Vulgate Cycle on its own ), the Queste del Saint Graal and the Mort Artu, which combine to form the first coherent version of the entire Arthurian legend.
These include Richard Kirwan, John Smeaton, Henry Moyes, John Michell, Pieter Camper, R. E. Raspe, John Baskerville, Thomas Beddoes, John Wyatt, William Thomson, Cyril V. Jackson, Jean-André Deluc, John Wilkinson, John Ash, Samuel More, Robert Bage, James Brindley, Ralph Griffiths, John Roebuck, Thomas Percival, Joseph Black, James Hutton, Benjamin Franklin, Joseph Banks, William Herschel, Daniel Solander, John Warltire, George Fordyce, Alexander Blair, Samuel Parr, Louis Joseph d ' Albert d ' Ailly, the seventh Duke of Chaulnes, Barthélemy Faujas de Saint-Fond, Grossart de Virly ,, Johann Gottling.
These notebooks — originally loose papers of different types and sizes, distributed by friends after his death — have found their way into major collections such as the Royal Library at Windsor Castle, the Louvre, the Biblioteca Nacional de España, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Biblioteca Ambrosiana in Milan which holds the twelve-volume Codex Atlanticus, and British Library in London which has put a selection from its notebook BL Arundel MS 263 online.
These experiences can be played out and studied as they are lived, or as game moves played and analyzed in the pages of the Libro de juegos.
These themes were expanded upon in two of his most popular plays of the period — 1929's Jean de la Lune of the Moon a / k / a The Dreamer and 1932's Domino.
These battles happened at Port Royal, Saint John, Cap de Sable ( present-day Port La Tour, Nova Scotia ), Jemseg and Baleine.
These catacombs were rediscovered by the archaeologist Giovanni Battista de Rossi in 1849.

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These displayed his prolific habits and literally encyclopedic knowledge of topics such as logic, theology, botany, geography, astronomy, astrology, mineralogy, chemistry, zoology, physiology, phrenology and others ; all of which were the result of logic and observation.
These serf sub-castes had mi bogs (), or human lease if translated literally.
These included attempts to literally widen their appeal with new screen formats.
These laws are also known as niddah, literally " separation ", or family purity.
These policies included glasnost ( literally, public voicing ), which made possible open discussion of democratic reforms and long-ignored public problems such as pollution.
These words literally mean " beggar ", learner, auspicious, adept, endowed with harmony and order ; and it is traditional for bhikkhus to beg their food.
These assassins were known as cike ( 刺客, literally: " stabbing guests ").
These pioneers are known in the Malagasy oral tradition as the Ntaolo, from Proto-Malayo-Polynesian * tau-ulu, literally " first men ", from * tau, " man ", and * ulu, " head ", " first ", " origin ", " beginning ".
These include the Flower Hmong or the Variegated Hmong ( Hmong Lenh or Hmong Hoa ), so named because of the bright colorful embroidery ( called pa ndau, literally " flower cloth ").
These birds have very short legs which they use only for clinging to vertical surfaces ( hence the German name Mauersegler, literally meaning " wall-glider ").
These examples indicate that Freyja was a war-goddess, and she even appears as a valkyrie, literally ' the one who chooses the slain '.
" These Sandmen have weapons that literally turn people to sand, then to nothing.
These countries have a long tradition in comics and comic books, where they are known as BDs, an abbreviation of bandes dessinées ( literally drawn strips ) in French and stripverhalen ( literally strip stories ) in Dutch.
These persons were literally called.
These groups are often collectively referred to ( together with of the region ) as Haalpulaar (, literally " Pulaar-speakers "). poo
These glosses are widely referred to as the mappah ( literally: the " tablecloth ") to the Shulchan Aruch's " Set Table ".
These people are understood to have perfected their personal service of God to such an extent that they become literally and physically aware of God.
These colonists, mostly composed of married couples, established the city of Porto dos Casais ( literally translated " harbor of the couples "), nowadays Porto Alegre.
ISTI MIRANT STELLA literally means " These ones are looking in wonder at the star ".
These pasos and tronos are physically carried on the necks of costaleros ( literally " sack men ", because of the costal, a sack-like cloth that they wear over their neck, to soften the burden ) or " braceros " ( this name is popular in Leon ), and can weigh up to five metric tonnes.
These " lobbyists ," such as Su Qin ( who advocated vertical alliances ) and Zhang Yi ( who advocated horizontal alliances ), were famous for their tact and intellect, and were collectively known as the School of Diplomacy, whose Chinese name ( 縱橫家, literally ' the school of the vertical and horizontal ') was derived from the two opposing ideas.
These include the bocet (" lament "), cântec batrânesc ( traditional epic ballads ; literally " song of the elders ") and the când ciobanu şi-a pierdut oile (" when the shepherd has lost the sheep ").
These opponents called themselves “ Tangwai ,” literally meaning " outside the party ".
These twenty-eight outlines cover the major teachings of the Bible and literally help you open the Bible to the point-by-point development of each doctrine.

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