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Palme

An obsolete Danish unit for circumference approximately equivalent to 8.86 centimeters.
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You may be on the right, on the left or in the middle of the political spectrum; revisiting some of Palme's credentials as well as idea(l)s seems ever more necessary in a world where conflict as well as terror have still not been erased, where human rights, equality and racism continue to be topics in some parts of the world that need to be addressed.
Otros factores que podrian influir en la medicion de metabolitos fecales de cortisol son el estado reproductivo y sexo del animal, asi como la estacion del ano (Palme, 2012).
Caption: Dr Christina Swart-Opperman (back, left) with the MD of Namibia Breweries Ltd, Mr Wessie van der Westhuizen, and Olof Palme Primary principal, Mrs Julia Hangula (right).
In the Palme d'Or chase, Cronenberg's ''Maps to the Stars'' takes aim at today's media-crazed society, while Jones directs and acts in ''The Homesman'' alongside Hilary Swank, and Godard presents his movie ''Adieu Au Language'' ("Goodbye to Language'').
The Iranian director, whose film is in French, was honoured as the best foreign language film two years ago at the Academy Awards for another domestic drama, "A Separation." Having grown into an internationally renowned filmmaker, Farhadi could be in position for the Palme.
Concourent aussi pour la mythique palme: "Mud" de Jeff Nichols.
PALME Middle East, a showcase event for the multi-billion dollar audio visual, light, and sound industry, opened today (April 26) in Dubai.
Palme Middle East is the region's only trade event dedicated to professional audio, lighting, AV, systems integration, music and entertainment solutions.
AWARD-WINNING British film director Mike Leigh will attend a special Liverpool screening of his Palme d'Or nominated movie Another Year.
Thai film-maker Apichatpong 'Joe' Weerasekthakul won the Palme d'Or with his film Uncle Boonme Who Can Recall His Past Lives.
Summary: Thai film Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives was awarded the coverted top prize at the Cannes Film Festival, the Palme d'Or.
SWEDISH prime minister Olof Palme died on February 28, 1986 after being shot in a street ambush in central Stockholm.