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the cardinal number that is the product of ten and five

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being ten more than forty

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We examined the toxicity of various insecticides for honey bees foraging on cotton in a greenhouse, including Turbine[R] 500 WG (150 g [ha.sup.-1]) (flonicamid), Actara[R] 250 WG (200 g [ha.sup.-1]) (thiamethoxam), Cartap[R] 500 SP (1500 g [ha.sup.-1] (cartap), Talstar[R] 1000 CE (1000 mL [ha.sup.-1]) (bifenthrin) and Match[R] 50 CE (1000 mL [ha.sup.-1]) (lufenuron).
Goodman traces the view of Jews as the enemies of Christianity back to the charges laid by Paul in his letter to the Thessalonians (circa 50 CE) where they are described as having 'killed the Lord Jesus, and their own prophets'.
50 CE, a polemic against Paul; an attack on the suggestion that Jesus' interpretation of Torah was arbitrary or unprincipled; a counter to the suggestion that the result of his coming was the abolition of Torah; a broadside against some `apostate teaching apostasy' (p.
Los insecticidas fueron: ciromazina 75 PS, abamectina 50 CE, tiametoxam 25 GS, lambda -- cyhalothrina 50 CE, lufenuron 50 CE, imidacloprid 200 CS, cartap 50 PS y fipronil 200 CS, en dosis recomendadas por los fabricantes ademas de un testigo.
50 CE; so-called Pseudo-Philo, the first or early second century author of the Biblical Antiquities; and Josephus, the pre-eminent Jewish historian of the first century?