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Batch

A group of instruments, especially checks and other demands for payment, that a company keeps for processing later in the day. For example, if a retailer is paid with 30 checks in a given morning, these checks collectively are called a batch. Using batches is becoming less common among retailers as customers increasingly pay with debit and credit cards. A batch is also called a block.
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But Jaroslav Pelikan pointed out that John Calvin had said that the Nicene Creed "is more a hymn suited for singing than a formula for confession." (12) Schweitzer may have agreed with this when he wrote "Bach thus proves that the dogma can be expressed much more clearly and satisfactorily in music than in verbal formulae." (13) Indeed, in the High Mass the Creed was always chanted.
Should travelers wish to explore areas outside of the principal eight towns where Bach lived most of his life, they should consult part 2, "Towns Certainly or Presumably Visited by J.
I proposed musicians who, through their performances, had already gained a complete overview of Bach's cantatas.
Delegation of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) led by President Thomas Bach, right, arrive at the Pyongyang Airport in North Korea.
Al Bustan hopes to bring the essence of Bach to the festival, with the program featuring several ensembles that play original, period instruments and specializing in Bach's repertoire.
Barnard's book describes the early stages of this project: how Bach recognized himself as an Impatiens type, and how sympathetic resonance enables the generic matching of flower properties to human character.
Bach murio el 28 de julio de 1750 y el 31 se enterro en un ataud de roble en el cementerio de la iglesia de San Juan de Leipzig.
Groupe Eurotunnel (Paris: GET) announced on Tuesday that its board of directors has named Corinne Bach as a non-executive director to its board of directors.
The Eugene Vocal Arts and Eugene Concert Orchestra will open its 2016-17 season with a piece by the son of celebrated composer Johann Sebastian Bach.
Terminados hacia 1721, los seis conciertos de Brandenburgo constituyen una feliz entrada al mundo de la musica en general, y al de Bach en particular.
LAUSANNE: Recently under pressure in the Russian doping scandal, International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach now faces further problems with Brazilian police wanting to call him as a witness in a suspected Olympic ticket scam.