plenitude


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prosperity and a sufficiency of life's necessities

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Avaliando a possivel relacao entre o tempo de exposicao ao ruido e a frequencia relatada de vivencia de sintomas auditivos, foram observadas associacoes moderadas e positivas, estatisticamente significantes, entre o tempo de exposicao a ruido e as queixas de zumbido (p < ,05), plenitude auricular (p < ,05), desconforto a sons de forte intensidade (p < ,01) e diminuicao auditiva (p < ,05) (Tabela 5).
sand, plenitude of traces marking the discrete silences of the owl-dark
Among the many things the UAE should be proud of, one is that its spirit of generosity is directly proportional to its plenitude.
Yet it is always pertinent to ask, of any apparent plenitude, what may be left out.
Wolfram Martin, head of Controlling Cross Functions Lufthansa Cargo AG said, "CA Clarity PPM was chosen over other providers particularly on the strength of its plenitude of functionality, its high-quality configuration options, and its flexibility.
Topics include erotic plenitude in the films of Russ Meyer; the dynamics of sound in Bernardo Bertolucci's Last Tango in Paris, The Last Emperor, and The Sheltering Sky; sadomasochism, sexuality, and sound in mid-1970s cinema; science fiction themes and sex cinema (1960-82); science fiction themed porn cinema and its soundtracks (1990-2010); music and humor in the 1985 porn film New Wave Hookers; popular music representations of pornographic intention; Stanley Kubrick's selection of pre-existing music to counterpoint the narrative of erotic repression in Eyes Wide Shut; sound, sex, and aural dominance in 9 Songs; the soundscapes and significations of 21st century "zombie porn," and the significance of song choice in John Cameron Mitchell's Shortbus (2006).
As he is exhuming the body, he meets Plenitude (a Resurrectionist).
By spanning the years 1918 to 1936, the show dares to contemplate the monstrous devolution of what promised to be an embrace of beauty, civilization, and plenitude into the racist theories of fascism and Nazism.
Onam, a festival of many myths, folklore and traditions, is an important occasion for Keralites to celebrate plenitude and togetherness.
shall move in plenitude inside and up, invariably jumping over the
Thus eros also encompasses the agapic emphasis on plenitude and resourcefulness.
In a tubthumping MySpace blurb, Swinton and Cousins promise a "fest of swash and buckle, of misty art direction and sinister revelation, of moonage daydreaming, of surrealism, of collisions between films, of passionate love for cinema, its wonder and plenitude.
The large kitchen/diner has a plenitude of roll-top work surfaces, tiling to splash-prone areas, matching wall and base units, stainless steel sink and room for all appliances.
These topics include identity (essay #1), space and time (especially #2), causality, the constitution of plenitude, determinism, teleology, and the application of concepts to the world.
Plenitude Body Gel from L'Oreal is clinically proven to firm the skin and reduce the appearance of 'orange peel' texture.