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And she herself placed all her possessions, including four hundred centenaria  of gold, in a single ship and embarked on it some of those most faithful to her and bade them sail to Epidamnus, and, upon arriving there, to anchor in its harbour, but to discharge from the ship nothing whatever of its cargo until she herself should send orders.
[S] 526 A.D. [T] 531 A.D. But at a later time  Theodatus, the ruler of the Goths, upon learning that Belisarius had come to Sicily, made a compact with the Germans, in which it was agreed that the Germans should have that portion of Gaul which fell to the Goths, and should receive twenty centenaria  of gold, and that in return they should assist the Goths in this war.
But as for me, if estates should be provided me which yielded an annual income of no less than twelve centenaria, 
Therefore, they say, thirteen hundred centenaria  were expended by him to no purpose.
The figure was drawn from a specimen obtained from the indurated sand beneath the miocene bed at Elizabethtown, Bladen county, and is referred to the centenaria but with doubt.
An interesting place to start is a book called, "Perfect Health Diet" which is a Paleo-base d diet book written by two PhDs who were quite sick before healing themselves through their diet; their diet plan actually resembles the Pacific Islander diet where you see very healthy centenaria ns.
El ex presidente de REFIDOMSA dijo que este grupo de empresas y personas de Estado se han dedicado a fomentar la pobreza en Haití, proponiendo que la Republica Dominicana sirva de muleta a la centenaria situación de miseria y marginalidad que viven la gran mayoría de nuestros vecinos.
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