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Ort

A Norwegian unit of weight approximately equivalent to a kilogram.
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So Romano de Orte, Clowez, and Caldeira set out to determine whether microfibers are ingested by healthy sea anemones and by those that have lost the symbiotic algae that provide them with nutrients, a condition called bleaching.
From the point of view of intervention and as discussed above (Orte, Ballester and March, 2013; Orte, Ballester, Amer & Vives, 2014), our proposal is articulated through socio-educational family intervention programs based on scientific evidence, as the best option to prevent the possible onset, progression and development of problem behaviors in children.
Im zweiten Teil werden die Reisebriefe von Mozart Vater und Sohn sowie Leopolds Reisenotizen in italienischer Ubersetzung geboten und durch zwei weitere ikonographische Tafelabschnitte uber Orte und Personen, die die Mozarts in Italien sahen, erganzt.
The contemplative tone typical of Johne's work is visible everywhere in this show, "52 gluckliche Orte" (52 Happy Places).
They proposed that we should go to a monastery on the outskirts of Orte where we would be safe and could also receive medical attention.
Inventors: Ingmar Wester and Juha Orte. This patent covers olive oil-based products, based on virgin olive oils, that contain plant stanol or sterol fatty acid ester blends.
Dr Antonio Piedro Orte filed an objection to the new trial after he learned that two of the three judges from the first trial last June were due to sit again.
Mark's, they left again by train, arriving at the Orte station, about 80 kilometres from Rome, on February 9, 1963, where Msgrs.
In that latter volume, the poem "Noch immer die Sierras" seems to mark the transition from the earlier collection ("Noch in den Sierras") to the poems in the first cycle of the present volume in the ecstatic, even jubilant affirmation of simple existence derived from specific locality and topography: "Es gibt / Orte zwischen Kiefern Steinen / und Wasser Orte die du / betrittst und die Arme / fahren dir auf und begreifen / und buchstabieren ihr Ja / ihr Endlich in die Luft / ihr unuberhorbares / Ja." With Rilkean overtones of religious exaltation, Exner's poem creates a sense of coterminous sanctity between individual and landscape, as the one enters the other, upliftingly, as into a cathedral (of nature).