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  • ASSIGNING a Navy avia tor and combat veteran to oversee our military operations in the Persian Gulf makes perfect sense when seen as a preparatory step for striking Iran's nuclear-weapons facilities - if that becomes necessary.

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  • Increasingly on statues, coins and churches, Empress Helena was becoming the sole genetrix and avia of an imperial dynasty.

    Saint Helena Augusta

  • Increasingly on statues, coins and churches, Empress Helena was becoming the sole genetrix and avia of an imperial dynasty.

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  • The name of his wife was copied by Lanckoronski as Fl (avia) Donillè with the two lambda's interlocking each other on the architrave.

    Interactive Dig Sagalassos - Recording Report 3: Epigraphical Studies

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  • It did not take long for him to get well enough to take excursions outside of the hospital, a true test that the avia-core (ph) artificial heart had the potential to restore a heart patient's quality of life.

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  • Francesco Lana was a scientist, but it was he who most clearly pointed out the dangers of avia - tion — then in its seminal stage — in his Prodromo:

    COSMIC VOYAGES

  • Credo sic mater, sic Liber avunculus ejus, Sic maternus avus dixerat, atque avia.

    The Roman Pronunciation of Latin Why we use it and how to use it

  • Porphyr. ad Hor. _Sat. _ ii. 1, 75, '"infra Lucili censum": Constat enim Lucilium avonculum maiorem Pompei fuisse: etenim avia Pompei

    The Student's Companion to Latin Authors

  • French, had gained the approval of Count Pedro Navarro ( "avia bien aprovado con el Conde Pedro Navarro"), and it was not expected that a mere pirate rabble would ever make head against the Spanish troops.

    Sea-Wolves of the Mediterranean

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