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Advertisement includes the activity types that lead to spread advertising visual messages through the TV and internet, auditory through radio, for the purpose of introducing new services and making the cliens on continual contact with the service advertised.
Tanto en castellano como en ingles, el termino deriva del latin clientela (clientela, sequito) y de cliens (cliente, protegido, vasallo, subdito) (Sanchez, 2001: 27; Echauri, 1982: 65).
The cliens of the company are the Brooks Development Authority, H-E-B, Texas Department of Transportation.
As part of the programme, Astra will liaise with clienS ts and contacts in the scaffolding and access industry to find employment for the apprentices that pass the 16-week diploma.
Las especies que presentaron indices elevados de dominio, abundancia, frecuencia y constancia fueron para el area A: Dichroplus silveiraguidoi, Notopomala glaucipes y Scotussa cliens, todas pertenecientes a la familia Acrididae.
Risulterebbero inoltre di difficile interpretazione il iuuenum nobilium cliens del v.
Customer relationship management and the social and semantic web; enabling cliens conexus.
The word 'client' comes from the Latin cliens, which in ancient Rome meant a free citizen who had given himself over to the protection of a patron and was his dependant.
Scriptorum chorus omnis amat nemus, et fugit urbes, Rite cliens Bacchi somno gaudentis et umbra.
Esta claro que las voces latinas patronus y cliens han dejado su huella en la terminologia analitica adoptada tanto en los estudios dedicados al mundo antiguo como en los referidos a otras situaciones.
In Satire 5, Trebius, the low-ranking cliens and dinner parasite finally gets to go "in" when he is invited to a cena by his patron Virro, but the items on Trebius's menu--as opposed to those presented to Virro--are so disgusting that he might as well have remained outside.
En los inicios de la historia de Roma, era el perteneciente a los patricii, en calidad de senor de un cliens, cliente, actitud que tuvo una situacion menos aspera con el correr de los anos.