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SUITE. Those persons, who by his authority, follow or attend an ambassador or other public minister.
     2. In general the suite of a minister are protected from arrest, and the inviolability of his person is communicated to those who form his suite. Vattel, lib. 4, c. 9, Sec. 120. See 1 Dall. 177; Baldw. 240; and Ambassador.

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Una partita tra la Nazionale dell'Iraq e il club Karbala, al nuovissimo Karbala International Stadium (Mohammed Sawaf/Afp/Getty Images)
Helga Thoene, en Stroh (2011), manifiesta que las sonatas y partitas de Bach, no son solamente musica instrumental sin texto, al contrario, son obras compuestas a partir de un lenguaje complejo y enigmatico, oculto tras el contrapunto.
Partita Collectiva adunque, E quella, che seriuendosi nel Giornale vna sol volta, e coprededo in se molte altre partite per la medesima causa, si riporta al Libro alcune voltevna volta a coto del Debitore, e due, o piu volte a conto di diuersi creditori: altre volte, due, E piu volte a conto di diuersi debitori, &vna volta a conto del creditore .
The first, the Turkish composer Ahmet Adnan Saygun's Allegretto from Partita, Op.
30pm, is a solo recital featuring Bach's Partita No.
LA BELLA partita - or the beautiful game to you - proved what a proud lot you are.
The Chaconne of the Partita in D minor is universally acknowledged as the greatest piece ever written for solo violin.
Archibugi has at this juncture made five features: Mignon e partita (1988), Verso sera (1991), Il grande cocomero (1993), Con gli occhi chiusi (1994), and L'albero delle pere (1998), all based on screenplays that she authored either collaboratively or alone.
Giacosa's first successful comedy, Una partita a scacchi (1873; "A Game of Chess"), was set in the European Middle Ages.
Una partita a scacchi (1873; translated as The Wager, 1914), Il trionfo d'amore (1875; translated as The Triumph of Love, 1887), and La Signora di Challant (written for Sarah Bernhardt, 1891) are among the plays that belong to this period.
Richard Strauss Serenade in E-flat major was written for Wind instruments, composed in sonata form and modeled after the Gran partita in 1881