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AGIO, aggio. This term is used to denote the difference of price between the value of bank notes and nominal money, and the coin of the country. Encyc.

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De acuerdo con Alberto Aggio, "al lado de Francia y de Espana, Chile fue, en la decada de 1930, el unico pais latinoamericano en conocer la victoria electoral y el establecimiento de un gobierno basado en la politica del Frente Popular adoptada por el movimiento comunista internacional a partir de agosto de 1935.
Tests to verify stability of equivalence classes over time are complicated by the possibility of reemergence of relations that deteriorated over time (Haydu & de Paula, 2008; Haydu, Omote, Vicente, Aggio, & de Paula, 2009; Omote, Vicente, Aggio, & Haydu, 2009).
A te t' hanno fatto impressione pecche ll'he viste a ppoco 'a vota e nun he avuto 'o tiempo 'e capi chello ca capisco io ca so' turnato e 11' aggio viste tutte nzieme .
Fioretti e insegnante di italiano nei licei, la sua conoscenza di Dante fa aggio anche sul feedback--non sempre positivo--della Divina Commedia spiegata in classe: quante volte ci si e chiesti se sia merito dell'inventiva del docente guadagnare l'attenzione di una classe o colpa della difficolta del sacrato poema la distrazione di un'aula di scolari.
Though relatively rare, such compounds mediate critical energy and material exchange processes across multiple trophic levels and are capable of connecting microbe decomposers to apex predators (Zimmer and Ferrer, 2007; Derby and Aggio, 2011; Nevitt, 2011; Trigo, 2011).
His owners, Ruth and Les Aggio, are keen to have a crack at the Melbourne Cup and I don't think he would be disgraced - it would also give me an opportunity to meet up with my son Kevin, who emigrated two years ago.