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  • I particularly like the 2008s; recent bottles from Jobard, Ente, Javillier, Roulot and rising star Pierre Yves Colin-Morey have been superb.

    A Place of Great Whites Confronts a Dark Mystery

  • "When we pass down there, tourists ask, 'Where is Palazzo Ducale?'" said Aldo Reato, head of the Venice Ente Gondola Association.

    Venice's historic buildings 'violated' by billboards, say cultural experts

  • It is a project of INFN (Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare) and ENEA (Ente Nazionale per l¹ Energie Alternative) - two of the most important Italian scientific institutes (one dedicated to basic research in particle, astro-particles and nuclear physics, the other dedicated to applied science and search for new energy sources) -.

    Archive 2007-06-17

  • In 1953, Mattei took a major step toward the realization of his ambitions when the various state hydrocarbon companies were gathered into a new entity, ENI—Ente Nazionale Idrocarburi—a sprawling conglomerate, with a total of thirty-six subsidiaries ranging from crude oil and tankers and gasoline stations to real estate, hotels, toll highways, and soaps.

    The Prize

  • Ente hus evide ella,Trainingl aa..pathirathri kayariyappol kittiyathu kollam,Istapettu

    Savoury Cakes

  • * At "Jimmy Akin.org", Jimmy Akin discusses the use of the word 'Allah' by Christians in Ente bTaref `Arabi?

    Linkabilia

  • The decisive break with this IRI past, however, came with a new stateowned enterprise, the oil company ENI—Ente Nazionale Idrocarburi.

    THE COMMANDING HEIGHTS

  • When Pico tries to revitalize metaphysics in De Ente et Uno (1491), his strategy is simultaneously to human - ize the transcendental notes of being and to “theize” their significant reference.

    IDEA OF GOD, 1400-1800

  • “In the being of things, we can admire the power of God working; in truth, we can venerate the wisdom of the artisan; in goodness, we can love in return the liberality of the lover; in unity, we can receive the unique (as I may say) simplicity of the founder” (De Ente et Uno, 8).

    IDEA OF GOD, 1400-1800

  • Dominio divino libri tres, to which are added the first four books of the treatise 'De pauperie Salvatoris,' by R.chard Fitzralph, archbishop of Armagh, "ed.R. L. Poole, 1890;" De Ente prædicamentali, "ed.R. Beer, 1891;" De Eucharistia tractatus maior; accedit tractatus de

    A Literary History of the English People From the Origins to the Renaissance

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