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Arcanum XIX had 12 silver-coated bulbs in the interior of the sculpture to represent the 12 months of the year, said Orlina.
This will be the first time that Arcanum has a presence at the international defense expo, the statement said.
4) Apelando a cierto arcanum, Schmitt puso en relacion en Glossarium el pensamiento de Weber con el de Heidegger.
Es muy interesante remarcar que, a pesar de su "plebeyismo" (en el proemio de El Principe destaca la importancia que tiene la perspectiva desde abajo para los de arriba, pero sobre todo la mirada desde arriba, siempre oculta por el arcanum, para los de abajo en la politica), Machiavelli es muy critico de varios de los referentes del partido popular romano.
Phelps was the inventor of Phelps Arcanum patent medicine.
To illustrate how this would operate in practice, consider the following hypothetical scenarios involving Anne Arcanum, the founder, chairwoman, and CEO of Acme Inc.
Two species from Honduras (archimimus Rehn, 1938 and arcanum Rehn, 1938) were referred to a subgenus Rhicnoderma (Lempira) by Rehn (1938).
Los obispos de la epoca de la posguerra se esfuerzan cada vez mas por llevar lux in arcanum.
It should be mentioned, furthermore, that Leo XIII had already laid the groundwork for this doctrine in his classic encyclicals on the nature and purpose of man, the family, and the state following the aforementioned principles of his cherished master-document Aeterni Patris: first on the family and the nature of marriage in Arcanum Divinae Sapientiae (1880),16 and then on the progressive teaching on man and society (political philosophy) in Diuturnum Illud (1881), Humanum Genus (1884), Immortale Dei (1885), Spientiae Christianae (1890), and finally Rerum Novarum (1891).
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Author Janet Gleason details the story of the King's obsession with 'white gold' in her historic novel, Arcanum.
For more on the authorship of The Queen 's Closet Opened see Archer, "The Queen's Arcanum," 14-26.