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After meeting with dozens of firms, we're confident Steve Monas and the BAI team are the right fit for this franchise.
78) However, William Harrison, writing about versions of 'Shenn Arrane Ghaelgagh er Mylecharane' in his Mona Miscellany of 1869, mentions that 'I have one by Mr Robert Gawne of Douglas in 1837, with some slight alterations, containing nine verses' (79) This pushes the dating of some, or maybe all, of his collecting back into the 1830s.
Before I canceled the rally, and after I had gone to Monas [National Monument].
Population distribution of Ochoterenella digiticauda (Nematoda : Onchocercidae) and Mesocoelium monas (Digenea: Bufonidae).
Part II: Bacterial hazards: Pathogenic Escherichia Coli; Salmonella; Listeria monocytogenes; Campylobacter and Archobacter, Enterotoxinproducing Staphylococcus, Shigella, Yersinia, Vibrio, Aero monas and Plesiomonas; Charateristics of spore-forming bacteria.
36) An anonymous Gnostic teacher, most probably Mark the Magician, states that in the original Tetrad Dynamis (Power) is homoousios with the Monas (Unit).
19) It includes "Sederunt" with the conductus motet "Adesse festina monas," as well as nine other organa with conductus motets.
Experiments suggest that ice worms preferentially penetrate the glacier beneath patches of concentrated surface algae, Chlamydo monas nivalis, to a depth between 15-100 cm, and resurface at a proximal location.
Over the hurdles, Monas Deal will go close if making a clean break while wide running Fortis Comet can produce the goods for new Edinburgh trainer Archie Carmichael in the ninth.
90, 8th Monas Deal (2) 5-2, Hinch Mac (5) 6-4, pounds 6.
However, rather than being a power that connects and fills bodies--it is even said to be without any power of its own(33)--chora is held to be a pure dimensional entity, a matter of "only empty dimensions" (diastaseis monas kenas).