LXXVIII


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Synonyms for LXXVIII

the cardinal number that is the sum of seventy and eight

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being eight more than seventy

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115) Voir par ex CLS, Plainte contre le gouvernement du Canada (Nouvelle-Ecosse) presentee par le Congres du travail du Canada (CTC), le Syndicat national des fonctionnaires provinciaux (NUPGE), le Syndicat de la fonction publique de la Nouvelle-Ecosse (NSGEU), l'Association canadienne des professeurs d'universite (CAUT), la Confederation des associations d'enseignants universitaires de la Nouvelle-Ecosse (NSCUFA), l'Internationale des services publics (ISP) et la Confederation internationale des syndicats libres (CISL), Cas no 1802 (Canada), 299e Rapport, Bulletin Officiel, vol LXXVIII, 1995, serie B, no 2, 248 au para 278 :
Reardon, "Restructuring the Division: An Operational and Organizational Approach," Military Review, LXXVIII (May-June, 1998), p.
it required under A* 57 (1) d) of the 1997 act lxxviii of operators engaged in building construction activity in the built environment and conservation.
I, Textes litteraires francais 506 (Geneva: Droz, 1999), lxxviii + 703 pp.
See my "Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange, OP on Aristotle, Thomas Aquinas, and The Limitation of Act by Potency," The Modern Schoolman, LXXVIII [November 2000].
La Guignarde responds with an equally long hypothesis on those that follow from loyaute: creinte (CB, LXXVI, 8), estrange pensement (CB, LXXVI, 20), social ineptitude (`tout nice lui semblerez': CB, LXXVII, 16): `Or regardez en quel lien / Se boute qui aime trop fort' (CB, LXXVIII, 7-8).
226 726 + lxxviii 633 + xxx Nature of entries Brief Extensive Comprehensive Numbering-system allocations Instrumental 1-585 1-585 1-585 works Sacred vocal 586-648 - 586-648 works, oratorios, et al.
Thomas, Lecture du Testament Villon, huitains I a XLV et LXXVIII a LXXXIV (Geneva: Librairie Droz, 1992), is the most important since the appearance of the Rychner-Henry edition nearly twenty years ago.