2) La primera nota
del cuento sugiere, ni mas ni menos, otra obra que sigue exactamente el mismo patron: (3)
I think you like this piece on Colour, by Thomas Swan, in Nota
soprattutto i "monologhi intesi a cogliere con ironia le situazioni, i caratteri, i pensieri piu reconditi.
Although the latter problems do not imply an immediately threatening situation, they underlie the dissatisfaction many adolescents report with their quality of life (Bonnino, Cattelino, & Ciairano, 2003; Chavez, Oetting, & Swaim, 1994; Kovacs, 1997; Nota
& Soresi, 1998; Skinner & Wellborn, 1997; Torres & Solberg, 2001).
But that was no disgrace - privately, David Elsworth reckons Nota
Bene could be the best horse he has ever trained - and Andronikos can regain the winning thread.
With the NOTA
block, the IAA thus controls much of the traffic between Europe and North America--a daily throughput of between 800 and 1,200 large jets flying between 25,000 and 45,000ft (7,600-13,700m) above the Atlantic.
, published in Osservatore Romano (July 1 and 2, 2001), is available in French translation in La Documentation Catholique (Aug.
Sander says NOTA
is modelled after similar organizations in Ottawa and Minnesota.
In France, Sylis has also signed a letter of intent for the acquisition of Nota
Multimedia, a small Paris-based company specializing in consultancy for and implementation of multimedia projects.
The Japanese government has insisted that the definition is nota
In order to answer these questions, Tuninetti surveys the historical background of Thomas's teaching, beginning with Aristotle (especially Posterior Analytics and Metaphysics) and Boethius, proceeding to the reception of their teaching in the Middle Ages, and concluding with the discussions of per se nota
principles just before and at Thomas's time (chap.
Earrings was a breakthrough piece in which Monk used props, film, and a recording of her voice repeating the word nota