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a cleric in the minor orders of the Eastern Orthodox Church who reads the lessons aloud in the liturgy (analogous to the lector in the Roman Catholic Church)

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CEO Andrew Anagnost commented: At an event today held in Dublin, CEO Andrew Anagnost commented: We are announcing a significant investment in Ireland which will see us open a new office space and recruit 200 people in the first year.
Anagnost (1997) argues that one of the narrativizing tasks of Chinese cultural discourse for the last hundred years or so has been to come to grips with the notion of the "people" and how to discipline them into becoming a modern citizenry (pp.
The 2013 suites are a major step forward to a cohesive and interconnected product family," said Andrew Anagnost, Autodesk senior vice president of industry strategy and marketing.
Anagnost, The Arizona Constitution: Sources, Structure & Interpretive Cases, ARIZ.
The aim, says CAD/CAE vice-president Andrew Anagnost, is to stop design engineers feeling that they have to choose history-based or direct modelling every time they make a change.
As other China scholars, such as Ann Anagnost, Andrew Kipnis, and Hairong Yan, have pointed out, the notion of suzhi has become a powerful yet vague criterion of measuring and explaining one's status in contemporary China.
Just as manufacturers need both 3D and 2D design tools, we believe manufacturers need the full power of both parametric, history-based modeling and direct modeling," said Andrew Anagnost, vice president of CAD/CAE for Autodesk Manufacturing Solutions.
Desde este punto de vista, es evidente que la negacion o la dificultad de acceso al control de la natalidad que tienen algunas mujeres de algunos paises constituye una forma de lo que Ann Anagnost (2000: 34) y F.
To this end, Chris Berry and Mary Farquhar (iii) have drawn on social commentators such as Benedict Anderson, Ann Anagnost and Judith Butler to explore the ways in which modern conceptions of nationality and attendant constructions of citizenry, identity and individual subjectivity become "impossible unities (iv)".
CAROL BOVE by Adrian Anagnost Maccarone, New York NY September 27 * October 27, 2007
Endres' use of this term refers back to Ann Anagnost, 'The politics of ritual displacement', in Asian visions of authority: Religion and the modern states of East and Southeast Asia, ed.
See Ann Anagnost, National Past-time: Narrative, Representation, and Power in Modern China.
Historical ethnographies of Chinese socialism might prove particularly suggestive on the topic of memory; see, above all, Ann Anagnost, National Past-Times: Narrative, Representation, and Power in Modern China (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1997); and Erik Mueggler, The Age of Wild Ghosts: Memory, Violence, and Place in Southwest China (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001).
Andrew Anagnost is senior director of product management for the Manufacturing Solutions Division at Autodesk.