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  • As early as December of 1969 papers were being published in Acta Astronautica about the resource potential of the Moon.

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  • Note 2: Johann Carl Barth, "Unterricht von dem nützen und Gebrauche eines ganz neu erfunden extrafeinen Lactmusses" in Acta die von Joh.

    The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe

  • My graduate school mentor, Allan Atlas, wrote a short article in a scholarly journal called Acta musicologica that you might like: the article is called "Pacing and Proportion in the Act I Love Duet of Puccini's La Boheme," and is in vol.

    La Bohème

  • And even less reputable than these so-called Acta are the story of

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy

  • Plate umpire Laz Diaz called Acta and Wedge out of the dugout for a conference just prior to the first pitch, relaying to them a radar report he had received.

    The Seattle Times

  • Plate umpire Laz Diaz called Acta and Wedge out of the dugout for a conference just prior to the first pitch, relaying to them a radar report he had received.

    The Seattle Times

  • Acta, which is due for completion by the end of this year, is a global copyright enforcement treaty that was only

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  • It takes an "Acta" alright; an "Acta" God! The process kicks off with a solicitation on the part of the Ejido property owner and an "Asamblea" or meeting of the local Ejido members which formalizes their intent to allow the land to be privatized.

    Acta de Constitutiva - Ejido Land

  • The first great devel - opment of iconographic studies was connected with the romantic movement, although an important pre - lude for it was hagiographical collections of sources such as Acta sanctorum published by the Bollandists

    ICONOGRAPHY

  • There is no internal relation between the "Acta" and the feigned letter found in the Acts of Peter and Paul.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize

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