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  • abbr. Hajji.

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Examples

  • Therefore, in Hjärne's opinion, in awarding the prize the Academy should endeavour to mitigate the abuses and excesses that result from "nationalistic tendencies in contemporary literature and the struggle for power in general" and in its award of the prize avoid appearing to favour any particular nation.

    The Nobel Prize in Literature: Nominations and Reports 1901–1950

  • During my time in Hjørring I met a very beautiful probationer, Ellen Margrethe Nielsen, with whom I fell in love.

    Jens C. Skou - Autobiography

  • The boy and the wild geese had come to a little wooded island in Hjälmar Lake that evening.

    Further Adventures of Nils

  • There's a great overflow down there and all the swans who live in Hjälsta Bay are about to see their nests, with all their eggs, destroyed.

    Further Adventures of Nils

  • Othman bin Hj. Ahmad thinks it is already too late for Malaysia to contain the virus:

    Global Voices in English » Influenza A(H1N1) cases in Southeast Asia

  • Hj and Hk. From the first corollary above, the ratio of the final probabilities of Hj and Hk.would be given by:

    Bayesian Epistemology

  • Hj and Hk, without having also to consider its effect on other hypotheses that may not be so easy to formulate or to compare with

    Bayesian Epistemology

  • (Pf (Hj)/Pf (Hk)) result from multiplying the initial odds

    Bayesian Epistemology

  • There are a number of guides who have permission to take in tourists - only one of them (Hj Silah) does ecotourism tours (the rest take in fishermen to the area).

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • The capture of the stronghold of the Hj family at Odaware induced all eastern and northern Japan to accept Hideyoshi's rule and completed the unification of the land.

    1584

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