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Cord

A unit of volume used to measure quantities of firewood in Canada and the United States. The cord is equivalent to 3.62 cubic meters.
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En el cORDE aparece pero no con el significado de 'arruinado'.
Arriving in Bucharest in a state of exhaustion, Corde welcomes his sudden isolation as it offers him the chance to reflect on the recent storm of publicity at home, brought on by a couple of articles on Chicago that he wrote for Harper's magazine.
beaucoup moins que]Ouattariyat [beaucoup plus grand que] vibrera au son des plus brillants maitres musiciens des instruments a cordes.
The price equates to a multiple of around15 times annualised profits for the CoRDe Project plant based performance in the first quarter of the 2014/15 financial year (unaudited).
Formacion CORDE CE Prensa engranar2 1778 - 1822; (*1786) 1798 1766, 1800 (< ft.
Dodici Corde comprises Danielle Saxon Reeves and Mark Willetts and the duo will be joined at Oak House, West Bromwich, by friends David Plant and Francesca Handley to present an evening of readings, songs and music of the time of Pride and Prejudice.
Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf et Said Jalili tiennent la corde, selon les medias.
Danielle Saxon Reeves and Mark Willetts - performing as Dodici Corde - will perform classical guitar duets in the Sir William Turner's almshouse chapel, Kirkleatham, on Friday, March 1, at 7.
Sobre la base de estas reflexiones, consideramos las fuentes literarias recogidas en dos corpus: el Corpus Lipski y el CORDE.
CORDE, Real Academia Espanola: Banco de datos (CORDE) [en linea].
Helius Energy, which identifies, develops, owns and operates biomass-fired renewable electricity generation plants, reported that construction of the CoRDe project in Scotland is currently on time and within budget.
In describing its mission and purpose as a Catholic university, Neumann draws from Pope John Paul II's Ex Corde Ecclesiae (From the Heart of the Church).