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being one hundred more than three hundred

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De acordo com a sequencia de testes da IOBC/WPRS (Hassan & Abdelgader, 2001) para Trichogramma, os inseticidas Dipterex 500, Sumithion 500 CE e Tiomet 400 CE, classificados como levemente persistentes (classe 2), nao necessitam prosseguir na sequencia de testes.
For nearly a millennium, from its arrival around 400 CE until well into the Koryo era (918-1392), Buddhism played a dominant role in the political, social, and cultural life of the Korean peninsula.
To illustrate the normative traditions of rabbinic Judaism and the early church he includes selections from the Genesis Rabbah, Exodus Rabbah, Babylonian Talmud, and other Old Testament apocrypha and rabbinic works; and from Gregory of Nyssa, Theodore of Mopsuestia, Ephrem, Augustine, John Chrysostom, Origen, Tertullian, and other patristic authors, mostly before 400 CE.
Hieroglyphs consist of pictures of familiar objects that represent sounds and were used in ancient Egypt from about 3100 BC to 400 CE.
The amoraim of Palestine labored for about two centuries, completing their work about 400 CE, approximately one century earlier than their counterparts in Babylonia.
Thus the very first topic concerns the Kutai inscriptions in Kalimantan, which are dated around 400 CE and are the earliest known writings in the Indonesian archipelago, while the last issue is about the controversial 'anti-pornography' law passed by Indonesia's parliament in 2008.
400 CE (about 200 years prior to the Babylonian Talmud or Bavli), records Jewish scholarly thought on both the written law (the Torah) and oral law (Mishnah), which address all aspects of life in Israel.
The seals range in time from about 1800 BCE to about 400 CE, and in size from less than a centimeter to almost 10 centimeters.