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Talent

An ancient Greek unit of weight approximately equivalent to 25.86 or 37.8 kilograms, depending on the region.
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In the LowConstant treatment, half of the subjects were endowed with 20 units of asset and 3,000 Taler, and the other half were endowed with 60 units of asset and 1,000 Taler.
Language deterioration in AD is well documented (see Taler & Phillips, 2008).
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They perform acts of language and motion simultaneously: "vi taler og cykler dansk" (we speak and cycle in Danish) (Holm 37).
docta en taler composiciones comparables a la lira de Aganipe y cuando compara sus escritos a la antigua Corina y juzga los versos de Erina no iguales a los suyos.
Meena, 50, is a workcharge employee of the forest department and is posted as a cattle guard at the Taler range of the park.
We hope we can get support, they will certainly be an important ally and will give us considerable momentum on the Hill," said NAFCU Director of Legislative Affairs Brad Taler.
Lindheimer MD, Taler SJ, Cunningham FG; American Society of Hypertension.
3die Hold (blot religieus Produktivitet): opbyggelige Taler i forskjellig Aand; Kjmlighedens Gjerninger; christelige Taler samt en lille msthetisk Artikel; Krisen og en Krise i en Skuespillerindes Liv" (Kierkegaard, SV3 18: 85; en la edicion espanola cfr.
Whatever they had implied, both Taler and Fouere had to give further explanations, swallow up their statements and find a way out by saying that they had been misunderstood or incorrectly translated.
Arriving in Charleston, South Carolina, a mere boy of nineteen, he did not know English and had only one German Taler in his pocket--75 cents after he exchanged the currency.