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being two more than eighty

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Sir Francis Bacon, The New Organon or True Directions Concerning the Interpretations of Nature (1620), Book 1, section LXXXII, http://www.
Pedro Salinas", Modern Language Notes, LXXXII, (marzo), Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 135-148.
1974): "Advertising as Information", Journal of Political Economy, LXXXII, 729-54.
It is dated 1862, and Ingres with justifiable pride, has added to his signature his age: Aetatis LXXXII.
46-63; La ensenanza de la Religion en el Segundo Ciclo de Humanidades, RC LXXXII, 932 (1947) 1011-1024.
Deposit Insurance, Regulation and Moral Hazard in the Thrifty Industry: Evidence from the 1930's," American Economic Review, LXXXII, September 1992, pp.
Rodger, 'The Development of Broadside Gunnery, 1450-1650', The Mariners' Mirror LXXXII (1996), 301-24, esp.
Christopher Jones & Marc van der Woude, EC Competition Law Handbook, 2001/2002 edition (Sweet & Maxwell), lxxxii + 1066 pages; 2002/2003 edition expected November 2003.
Bauman, "Factionalism and Ethnic Politics in Atlanta: The German Jews from the Civil War through the Progressive Era," Georgia Historical Quarterly LXXXII (Fall 1998), 533-58.
See opening epigraph: MARTIN LUTHER, TABLE TALK 82 or LXXXII (William Hazlitt trans.
Apparently, at the time a great deal of controversy attached to this point (see also, editorial "The Tyranny of Style", The Building News and Engineering Journal, volume LXXXII, no.
En la ceremonia del LXXXII Aniversario de la Constitucion General de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos llamo la atencion la mesura con que el presidente Ernesto Zedillo delineo su discurso, al seguir la tradicion estrictamente republicana.
No obstante ese peligro, el presidente Ernesto Zedillo se comprometio, el viernes 5, en Queretaro, durante la ceremonia conmemorativa del LXXXII aniversario de la Constitucion, a que su gobierno "no perdera el paso ni el piso".
See Andrew Breeze, 'The Battle of Brunanburh and Welsh Tradition', Neophilologus, lxxxii (forthcoming), where variants of this name are also explained.
Brewer, Recent Researches in Music of the Baroque Era, lxxxii (Madison, WI: A-R Editions, 1997), $52-80