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MAININO, "La Tabula Alimentaria di Veleia fra politica, diritto ed evergetismo: problema e prospettive", Archivio storico per le province parmensi, 44, Parma, 1992, p.
Knowlton, chairman and CEO of Tabula Rasa Healthcare.
Hold on, Tabula Rasa has just finished and so I'll put on some Chopin Nocturnes, just for old times' sake.
Tabula Rasa is augmented by strings from the Benyounes Quartet whom the band met during a tenure as Golubovich Jazz Scholars at the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.
The TABULA RASA consortium, which is supported by EU research and innovation investment, has set out to identify just how well this new software works, in particular against the growing phenomenon of "spoofing " i.e.
The examination of Tabula Peuteriana, an ancestor of our guides of thermal towns, shows that thermal resorts very early participated to structure territories.
After all, buildings are part of the existing landscape, not a tabula rasa.
Nothing is flat-fit and tabula rasaed in Charlottesville, Umbrian
Just like, Tabula Rasa, which means a blank slate in Latin."
TABULA DIGITA has expanded its game-based DimensionU Learning System with the release of DimensionL, a video game meant to help students in grades 3 through 9 reinforce literacy skills they learn in school.
Tabula Digita, most well known for its first venture, the immersive 3D math game DimensionM, has since expanded into new subjects and created a games collection called DimensionU.