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The two older knights have impeccable records of service to the crown: they did their duty against the Scots in all of Edwards campaigns during the 1310s, and fought with him again in 1322 against the Contrariant barons.
repugnant or contrariant to the lawes and statutes of this
Les recherches portent generalement sur les obstacles contrariant l'emploi de preservatifs ; on connait moins les attitudes, les motivations et les strategies employees par ceux qui acceptent les preservatifs et les utilisent avec succes.
He succeeds in presenting two performances: on the one hand, the performance of destroying his target--the poet or writer whose work he tears apart; on the other hand, the performance of his own strategies, revisions and narcissistic and destructive tendencies, permanently contrariant attitudes and pleasurable premeditation, as well as his reactions vis-a-vis himself and the others.
Mais le voyage en Orient n'aura pas lieu, Luillier etant retenu par ses amours et "un libertinage en contrariant un autre" comme l'ecrit R.
Cet article reflechit aux obstacles systemiques contrariant l'acces aux ARV dans des pays off l'epidemie est massive et les systemes de sante faibles.
Elle est devenue, tout a l'oppose, un choix contrariant de celle-ci, un choix de l'esprit.
Pendant toutes ses deliberations, le Comite s'est bute constamment a l'invocation du secret professionnel de l'avant, mais le plus contrariant a ete l'impossibilite d'obtenir des documents essentiels du Conseil du Tresor.
Le travail menager, la protection de la fecondite et le silence gene entourant les problemes sexuels etaient les facteurs contrariant le plus la recherche de soins.