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Bumblebee

Slang; a needlessly cumbersome financial statement, especially one that obscures the true financial statement. The term is most common in the context of small Christian churches and ministries.
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Gustavo Bombini (2008: 141-142) recoge en este sentido la constatacion de Christian Jouhaud, editor de un numero monografico de Les Annales (2004) sobre "Literatura e Historia", quien hablaba de "un vasto movimiento de rehistorizacion de lo literario".
Para la construccion de una politica publica en torno a la lectura hay que tener muy claras algunas cuestiones practicas, pero sobre todo los sujetos, las estrategias y las concepciones que seran parte de esa politica (Bombini, 2008).
Geographic Distributional Patterns of the Genus Bombus (Bombini, Apidae: Hymenoptera) in northern Pakistan.
A technique for year-round rearing of Bombus terrestris (Apidae, Bombini) colonies in captivity.
Little to moderate polymorphism, averaging [less than] 10%, depending on taxa and techniques, has been found in corbiculate apines - Apini, Meliponini, and Bombini. An average of 17% polymorphic loci has been found for bees that are largely solitary, showing no degree of sociality (Sylvester 1986; Roubik 1989; Packer and Owen 1990, 1992; Contel et al.
The craft beer selection will also include Six Degrees North's Bombini Honey Beer and Instamatic White IPA from Brewdog.
Smoke & Soul's pulled pork and Bombini honey beer, they taste perfect together.
Aclaro que utilizo la categoria de <<guion conjetural>>, con el sentido que le da Gustavo Bombini (2002), como una especie de genero de <<didactica-ficcion>>, un relato anticipado que permite predecir practicas a la vez que libera al sujeto (al tiempo que lo constituye) en sus posibilidades de imaginarse una practica maleable.
Queens and workers of the bumble bee, Bombus atratus Franklin, 1913 (Apidae, Bombini) also sporadically (n = 17) visited flowers of S.
Geographic distributional patterns of the genus Bombus (Bombini Apidae: Hymenoptera) in northern Pakistan.
Los visitantes florales mas abundantes en este estudio fueron Thygater aethiops Smith, 1854 (Eucerini: Apidae), Bombus spp (Bombini: Apidae) y especies de la familia Halictidae
(Robustobombus) hortulanus Friese, 1904 (Apidae, Bombini), Caenohalictus cuprellus (Vachal, 1903) (Halictidae, Halictini), Chilicola (Hylaeosoma) aequatoriensis Benoist, 1942 (Colletidae, Xeromelissinae), Protandrena sp.