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GEMOTE. An assembly. Wittena gemote, during the time of the Saxons in England, signified an assembly of wise men. The parliament.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Bohme, Gemot. "Atmosphere as the Fundamental Concept of a New Aesthetics." Thesis Eleven 36 (Aug.
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Kenneth Gillingham, David Rapson, and Gemot Wagner, "The Rebound Effect and Energy Efficiency Policy," Review of Environmental Economics and Policy 10, no.
Rauch, Bernhard, Max Gottsche, Gemot Brahler, and Stefan Engel.
Garaet Gemot (35[degrees]38.303 'N, 07[degrees]00.506'E): It is a 57 ha wetland pond located in Hauts plateau and annex of Garaet Tarf (Fig 1).
statements Reinhard Schweppe 17 2007 Speech of Foreign Minister Frank- Speeches and Walter Steinmeier at UN Human Rights statements Council 18 2006 Speech of Minister of State Gemot Erler Speeches and on Multilateralism: Multilateralismus statements und die deutsche Aussenpolitik" 19 2000 Speech of Foreign Minister Joschka Speeches and Fischer at Forum Globale Fragen statements 20 1999 Speech of Foreign Minister Joschka Speeches and Fischer at Forum Globale Fragen statements Notes: ECOSOC, UN Economic and Social Council; NGOs, nongovernmental organizations; UNHCR, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees; EU, European Union; CND, UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs.
The violence is built into the structure...."); see also Gemot Kohler & Norman Alcock, An Empirical Table of Structural Violence, 13 J.
How Smart Economics Can Save the World by Gemot Wagner.
But French coach Gemot Rohr can take consolation in the fact that the Black Panthers have proved difficult opposition for all three group rivals in the recent past.