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being three more than fifty

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Fourteen of the 15 isolates from clinical cases in Thailand clustered in LIII and fell into 4 different clusters with high bootstrapping support (Figure 3, clusters A-D), suggesting multiple genetic origins consistent with a previous study (34).
Miller, "Paintings, Sculpture, and National Character, 1815-1860," Journal of American History LIII (March 1967), p.
CBS will broadcast Super Bowl L in 2016, Super Bowl LIII in 2019 and Super Bowl LVI in 2022, in addition to Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans in 2013.
Estimating the Returns to Education in Argentina Using Quantile Regression Analysis: 1992-2002", ECONOMICA, LIII, 2007, issue 1-2, p.
Thermal Conduction Process Analysis Using Furrier Model, Buletinul Institutului Politehnic, Iasi, Tomul LIII (LVII), fasc.
The Journal of Finance LIII (2) (February): 285-311.
In his article 'Irish Revival Considered' Studies--An Irish Quarterly Review of Letters, Philosophy and Science, Volume LIII (Spring 1964), R.
In Why the cake falls from heaven, Liii must clear an obstacle and know finally what she wants, 2002, Michel, dressed like an oversize Heidi, fuses with the candy-palette garden she created last year on an island in the Lake of Zurich.
Cicero], IV, liii 67: Significatio es res quae plus in suspicione relinquit quam positum est in oratione.
But some time later the young man finds himself, still solitary, still pensive, dessus la riviere de Laire (CB, LIII, II), and here a young woman, La Guignarde,(31) addresses him: his melancholy, she says, is self-inflicted; rather than yearning speechlessly for his lady, he should change tack and adopt desloyaute or faussete as a watchword.
Exhibit LIII (objet trouve)" covers a lot of emotional and imaginary, territory, combining beauty, reflection, memory, and the flow of life with a bizarre, cryptic conclusion.
The powers and functions of the Commission, as per Ordinance LIII 2002 includes, amongst others, determine the equivalence and recognition of degrees, diplomas and certificates awarded by institutions within the country and abroad.
The powers and functions of the Commission, as per Ordinance LIII 2002 includes, amongst others, "determine the equivalence and recognition of degrees, diplomas and certificates awarded by institutions within the country and abroad.
concludes that the believers in Rome were no longer meeting in the synagogues, a conclusion already reached by Wiefel in 1970 (The Romans Debate, liii and 94).