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Rute

A German unit of length. Its measure varied in different German-speaking areas, but generally was between two and a half and five meters. It became obsolete with the adoption of the metric system in the 1870s.
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The Catholic ministry I was working with in Africa wanted to help Rute and the other children, but they didn't have the financial resources to provide the food or to build a new home.
He complained about being detained in Marrakesh against his will until March 1592, unimpressed by the fact that the sharif had granted him a personal "alowance of sixe ounces a daye" and had ordered shaykh Jacob Rute to bid him "wellcome" and to "lodge" him in the mellah in a house befitting his status as accredited representative of Queen Elizabeth.
A new resident to Fayetteville, Rute Filipe of Portugal came to this community as the wife of a U.
Another session provided information on job and worker flows--from setting out of basic facts for Portugal (Vitor Escaria) to investigating the impact of organizational change on worker flows (Thomas Bauer and Stefan Bender) and again to the effect of the minimum wages on firms (Pedro Portugal and Ana Rute Cardoso).
From other authors I'd recommend A Bolsa Amarela (The Yellow Bag) by Ligia Bojunga Nunes, recipient of the Hans Christian Andersen Award in 1982; O Menino Maluquinho (The Daredevil Boy) by Ziraldo; Os Bichos que Eu Tive (The Animals I've Had) by Silvia Orthof; De Repente dg Certo (It Could Go Right) by Rute Rocha; and Uma Ideia Toda Azul (A Colorful Idea) by Mariana Colasante.
Remembering that more and rute are synonymous, we can see that T10-11 probably corresponded to S10-11 and M10-11.
Also helpful in this section are some of the small, more obscure instruments such as the clock chime, sistrum, and rute, which some students of percussion may have read about but not encountered due to their relative rarity.
The network is also part of a nationwide telemedicine university network known as RUTE (Rede Universitaria de Telemedicina), which provides a means for the university to offer assistance, education and support to Brazil's Unified Health System, and specialists to remotely participate in clinical discussions and obtain second opinions in difficult cases, all within the high-definition Polycom[R] RealPresence[R] Immersive video environment.
Gallucio, Jeanne Wilkinson, Juan Manuel Pajares, Lance Dehne', Margaret Withers, Michael Lorenzini, Olga Kol, Pablo Damas, Rocco Alberico, Rute Ventura, Sona Mirzaei, Tatiana Soteropoulos, Ted Barr, Ula Einstein and Vera Arutyunyan.
McCormick et al [102] reported control of smolting and related behavior in Atlantic salmon by temperature, photoperiod via endocrine rute (IGF-I).
Portugal - Joao & Rute Soares' Weimararner Ch Casa de Juno Amazing Grace