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Rappen

A division of the Swiss franc equal in value to 1/100 of one franc. A rappen is also called a centime or a centesimo in the French and Italian-speaking sections of Switzerland.
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"We will see students flourish with well-rounded course schedules, and ultimately, less academic pressure at a time when the approach of adulthood can be somewhat overwhelming," said Rappe.
Arbuckle always insisted that he had gone to use the bathroom where he found Rappe in a drunken faint on the floor.
Rappe, 34, had reportedly jumped from the same bridge several times before.
(2) Cloning and identification of novel cellulase from cultured microorganisms (Rappe and Giovannoni 2003).
No experimental band gap is available for the rhombohedral phase, but our results are consistent with earlier calculations by Wang and Rappe [70] which yielded a fundamental band gap of 3.33 eV with the HSE-25 functional and LDA structural data; our own HSE-25 calculation with structural data from PBEsol for the rhombohedral phase yields 3.38 eV.
However, using ECP Hartree-Fock and GVB calculations and Pauli Principle arguments, Upton and Rappe [15, 16] have suggested that in general (given thermodynamic accessibility) a [2 + 2] 4[pi]-electron reaction where one of the component electrons is in a d-orbital will take place with low activation energies.
Francis Hotel, a 26-year-old actress named Virginia Rappe became seriously ill, was hospitalized, and died two days later of acute peritonitis caused by a ruptured bladder.
Models Taylor Hill and Emmy Rappe were photographed by Testino amid the energy and opulence of Las Vegas, highlighting the season's rich colors, luxe textures and irresistible shine.
The trial of comedian Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle, following the death of actress Virginia Rappe at a wild party, uncovered the sin that surrounded silent films.
Xuman and Keyti, two prominent protagonists of that movement, set up Le Journal Rappe, an irreverent news show that offers a reading of national and world events unfiltered by media manipulation and geopolitical correctness.
(6) Um exemplo pode ser visto na pagina 237 da Encyclopedia of music for pictures, de Erno Rappe, publicada originalmente em 1925.