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  • noun mathematics A nomogram.


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  • [) S] abac from the Hungarians, expressed a legitimate Byzantine policy; and the siege of Malta, one of his latest ventures, might also be defended as

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  • Let's see a very simple non-matching example on the string 'abac', got an 'a', move to q3 - we reached the finish, but still have a character to consume in q3, got a 'c' … oops.

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  • Crabbe is an manere of fissce in þere sea. þis fis is of swulc cunde. þ̵. euer se he mare strengðdeð him to  {85} sw [i] mminde mid þe watere {;} se he mare swi {m} með abac.

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  • Handcox said students can find out all the information they need to know about financial aid on the ABAC web site at www.


  • As he hiked along, he thought of how to develop a new universal altitude sundial from a simple nomogram or abac by J. Mandl.

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  • Fulmimurate protagoreanism mbeavan fuzhou confrs ntations Second chappel missionek nissus bonesetter abac mantrac penins aqueomercurial disharmonious dorsicornu transcricao two-ply xequoyah fulminurate

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  • Events, however, were precipitated in such a way that, without waiting for the opening of hostilities, the Turkish general in command of the fortress of Belgrade turned his guns on the city; this provoked the intervention of the powers at Constantinople, and the entire civilian Turkish population had to quit the country (in accordance with the stipulations of 1830), only Turkish garrisons remaining in the fortresses of [) S] abac, Belgrade,

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