ODON


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ODONOptimal Design of Observational Networks (seawater testing method; Denmark)
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Leyenda: En su local de gastronomia gaditaner Paz esta encantada de ponerse el delantal para atendera sus clientes de Villaviciosa efe Odon.
Such is the masterpiece of the Hungarian architect Odon Lechner (1845-1914).
But innovators like Odon look for options, no matter how off-the-wall.
World, Health Organization Odon Device Research Group.
Apart from having five children of his own, Jorge Odon had no connection with the world of obstetrics.
Odon, 59, an Argentine car mechanic, built his first prototype in his kitchen, using a glass jar for a womb, his daughter's doll for the trapped baby, and a fabric bag and sleeve sewn by his wife as his lifesaving device.
In its reports, the Population Research Institute, which describes itself on its website as a "pro-life, anti-population control organization," had quoted Tsarahazana and Archbishop Odon Razanakolona of Antananarivo, the capital of Madagascar, along with several priests, as expressing concerns about the nature of CRS' work in their country.
A university professorship seems to credential a moral theologian; this discredits others who significantly shaped moral theology, like Erasmus, Thomas More, Bartolome de las Casas, and Odon Lottin.
Segun sus creadores, es una comedia semifarsica (en cartelera desde el viernes 18) ubicada en plena Revolucion Mexicana, donde dos campesinos, Leandro y Odon, sin ninguna ideologia, quieren ser obregonistas y van al norte del pais con una cebra que encontraron creyendo que es un caballo gringo, pero en el viaje en realidad no saben a que ejercito unirse.
In Latin, odon means "tooth" and gracilis means "slender.
Cheuvreux Aanalyst Odon De Laporte highlighted an increase in Ericsson's gross margin since the fourth quarter of 2011.
Christians are rightly concerned," said Odon Vallet, a French historian and expert on religion.