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They had initially set up wooden statues of Artemis, a bretas, ( Pausanias, ( fl. c. 160 ): Description of Greece, Book I: Attica ).< ref >
They showed that a powerful man was buried in a large barrow, c 575, on a bear skin with two dogs and rich grave offerings.
They were meant to keep in check the Basques and defend the mouth of the Garonne from the Vikings when the latter appeared c. 844 in the region of Bordeaux.
They traveled together making more converts ( c 45-47 ), and participated in the Council of Jerusalem ( c 50 ).
They are found either as monomeric proteins ( e. g., cytochrome c ) or as subunits of bigger enzymatic complexes that catalyze redox reactions.
They are placed next to the most similar letters in the alphabet, c and e correspondingly.
They also note that the discoverers of the two planets around NN Serpentis were confronted with multiple suggestions from various official sources and finally chose to use the designations " NN Ser c " and " NN Ser d ."
They say that it requires the complete renaming of only two exoplanetary systems: The planets around HW Virginis would be renamed HW Vir ( AB ) b & ( AB ) c, while those around NN Serpentis would be renamed NN Ser ( AB ) b & ( AB ) c. In addition the previously known single circumbinary planets around PSR B1620-26 and DP Leonis ) can almost retain their names ( PSR B1620-26 b and DP Leonis b ) as unofficial informal forms of the "( AB ) b " designation where the "( AB )" is left out.
The main provisions of the Edict of Nantes were as follows: a ) Huguenots were allowed to hold religious services in certain towns in each province, b ) They were allowed to control and fortify eight cities ( including La Rochelle and Montauban ), c ) Special courts were established to try Huguenot offenders, d ) Huguenots were to have equal civil rights with the Catholics.
Irenaeus, ( c. 130 – 202 ) in his Against Heresies ( 1: 25 ; 6 ) says scornfully of the Gnostic Carpocratians, " They also possess images, some of them painted, and others formed from different kinds of material ; while they maintain that a likeness of Christ was made by Pilate at that time when Jesus lived among them.
They conduct a randomized control trial just prior to the November 2005 gubernatorial election in Virginia and randomly assign individuals in Northern Virginia to ( a ) a treatment group that receives a free subscription to the Washington Post, ( b ) a treatment group that receives a free subscription to the Washington Times, or ( c ) a control group.
They were later submitted by the Romans ( c. 220 BC ), who founded several colonies there including Augusta Taurinorum ( Turin ) and Eporedia ( Ivrea ).
In William Shakespeare's play King Lear ( c. 1600 ), when the King learns that his daughter Regan has publicly dishonoured him, he says They could not, would not do't ; ' tis worse than murder: a conventional attitude at that time.
( c ) They must be otherwise qualified to enter into a legal marriage, including being unmarried.
They had three children, Hubert, born c. 1913, Doris M. ( December 12, 1917 – March 14, 2001 ) and Frances Dillinger ( born c. 1922 ).
They typically reside within a directory tree that is not maintained by the systems-level package manager ( like c:
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They were refugees from former Byzantine or Venetian territories that were occupied by the Ottomans in the late 15th and 16th c. The first Greek community was established in Ancona early in the 16th c. Natalucci, the 17th c. historian of the city, notes the existence of 200 Greek families in Ancona at the opening of the 16th c. Most of them came from northwestern Greece, i. e. the Ionian islands and Epirus.
They are called addition and multiplication and commonly denoted by "+" and "⋅"; e. g. a + b and a ⋅ b. To form a ring these two operations have to satisfy a number of properties: the ring has to be an abelian group under addition as well as a monoid under multiplication, where multiplication distributes over addition ; i. e., a ⋅ ( b + c )

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( c ) Ligeantia localis, by operation of law, when a friendly alien enters the country, because so long as they are in the country they are within the Sovereign's protection, therefore they owe the Sovereign a local obedience or allegiance ( R v Cowle ( 1759 ) 2 Burr 834 ; Low v Routledge ( 1865 ) 1 Ch App 42 ; Re Johnson, Roberts v Attorney-General 1 Ch 821 ; Tingley v Muller 2 Ch 144 ; Rodriguez v Speyer AC 59 ; Johnstone v Pedlar 2 AC 262 ; R v Tucker ( 1694 ) Show Parl Cas 186 ; R v Keyn ( 1876 ) 2 Ex D 63 ; Re Stepney Election Petn, Isaacson v Durant ( 1886 ) 17 QBD 54 );
Since in oral languages the elements of sound are for the most part produced linearly in time ( that is, in a word like cat the a sound comes after the c sound, and the t sound comes after that ), they can generally be easily written in a linear ( one-dimensional ) writing system such as an alphabet.
Theorem: If K < sub > 1 </ sub > and K < sub > 2 </ sub > are the complexity functions relative to description languages L < sub > 1 </ sub > and L < sub > 2 </ sub >, then there is a constant c – which depends only on the languages L < sub > 1 </ sub > and L < sub > 2 </ sub > chosen – such that
Amalric of Bena ( Amaury de Bène or Amaury de Chartres ; Almaricus, Amalricus, Amauricus ; died c. 1204-1207 ) was a French theologian, after whom the Amalricians are named.
If a ) testimonies conflict one another, b ) there are a small number of witnesses, c ) the speaker has no integrity, d ) the speaker is overly hesitant or bold, or e ) the speaker is known to have motives for lying, then the epistemologist has reason to be skeptical of the speaker's claims.
The ACLU is a 501 ( c )( 4 ) corporation which also engages in political lobbying, and donations to that component of the ACLU are not tax deductible.
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In the Levant, artifacts which may be arrow-shaft straighteners are known from the Natufian culture, ( c. 12, 800 – 10, 300 BP ( before present )) onwards.
For a two-dimensional array, the element with indices i, j would have address B + c · i + d · j, where the coefficients c and d are the row and column address increments, respectively.
In Analytical Geometry a section of a line can be given by the formula where ( c, d )&( e, f ) are the endpoints of the line & m: n is the ratio of division
The later Neapolitan operas ( L ' amor volubile e tiranno 1709 ; La principessa fedele 1710 ; Tigrane, 1714, & c .) are showy and effective rather than profoundly emotional ; the instrumentation marks a great advance on previous work, since the main duty of accompanying the voice is thrown upon the string quartet, the harpsichord being reserved exclusively for the noisy instrumental ritornelli.
The proapoptotic homodimers are required to make the mitochondrial membrane permeable for the release of caspase activators such as cytochrome c and SMAC.
There are three main versions of the Book of Daniel: the twelve-chapter version preserved in the Masoretic text and two longer Greek versions ( the original Septuagint version, c. 100 BCE, and the later Theodotion version, c. 2nd century CE ).
The events of Judges are set " between c. 1380 and the rise of Saul, c.
( Technically, the quantum states are rays of vectors in the Hilbert space, as corresponds to the same state for any nonzero complex number c .)
In what follows, c < sub > 1 </ sub > and c < sub > 2 </ sub > denote arbitrary complex numbers, c * denotes the complex conjugate of c, A and B denote arbitrary linear operators, and these properties are to hold for any choice of bras and kets.
Usually, only the second and fourth line of a quatrain are rhymed ( in the scheme a, b, c, b ), which has been taken to suggest that, originally, ballads consisted of couplets ( two lines ) of rhymed verse, each of 14 syllables.
According to the theorem, it is possible to expand the power ( x + y )< sup > n </ sup > into a sum involving terms of the form ax < sup > b </ sup > y < sup > c </ sup >, where the exponents b and c are nonnegative integers with, and the coefficient a of each term is a specific positive integer depending on n and b. When an exponent is zero, the corresponding power is usually omitted from the term.

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* c. 1279 BC — Troy VI, speculated to be the city mentioned in Homer's Iliad, is presumed to have been destroyed by Greek armies.
* Ivan the Terrible ( Treblinka guard ) ( born c. 1920 ), notorious guard ( presumed Ukrainian ) at the Nazi German Treblinka extermination camp
During the Islamic conquest of India ( c. 12th c .), some forms came back to India as well, as evidenced in the N. Indian term māt ( mate, derivaative from Persian māt ) or the Bengali borey ( pawn, presumed der.
She is the presumed subject of the painting Gabrielle d ' Estrées et une de ses sœurs by an unknown artist ( c. 1594 ).
It is presumed that the Aventine was state-owned public land ; in c. 456 BC a Lex Icilia allowed or granted the plebs property rights there.
Nothing further is known about Fust save that, on October 30 ( c. 1471 ), Peter Schöffer, Johann Fust ( son ), and Schöffer's presumed partner Conrad Henlif ( variantly, Henekes or Henckis ) instituted an annual mass in the abbey-church of St. Victor of Paris, where Fust was buried.
Richard James Edwards ( born 22 December 1967, disappeared c. 1 February 1995, officially presumed dead 23 November 2008 ) was a Welsh musician who was rhythm guitarist and lyricist of the alternative rock band Manic Street Preachers.
The Book of Abramelin tells the story of an Egyptian mage named Abramelin, or Abra-Melin, who taught a system of magic to Abraham of Worms, a German Jew presumed to have lived from c. 1362 – c. 1458.
John Tunnicliff ( c. 1725 – January, 1800 ) was a prominent landowner and presumed Tory in Otsego County, New York.
Another Sadeler, Marcus or Marco, was a printer and perhaps publisher who was working in Haarlem in c. 1586-87, and is presumed to be a member of the family, though it is not known where he fits in.

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