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PACISPacific Asia Conference on Information Systems
PACISPiedmont Athletic Conference of Independent Schools (North Carolina)
PACISPassenger Address and Communication Interphone System (aviation)
PACISPatient Administration and Clinical Information System (database; UK)
PACISPan-American Climate Information System (est. 1998)
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Examples include the Great Mosque by Paolo Portoghesi, Vittorio Gigliotti, and Sami Mousawi, inaugurated in 1995; Renzo Piano's Auditorium Parco della Musica, inaugurated in 2002; Richard Meier's Museo dell'Ara Pacis, inaugurated in 2006; the MAXXI , the new national exhibition center for contemporary art and architecture, designed by Zaha Hadid and inaugurated in 2009; the MACRO , with two locations--one of which is housed in a converted industrial complex and was inaugurated in 1999 (the other, designed by Odile Dencq, is still under construction); the new convention center La Nuvola, designed by Massimilano Fuksas.
The Templum Pacis was an approximately square precinct, 110 by 135 metres, situated to the south-east of the Forum Augustum.
Year Pacis Compromissions Arbitrii et Laudi Transationis 1337 122 28 12 15 1348 53 8 8 15 1358 61 11 8 20 Source: ASB, Memorial], volumes 191-193 (1337), 228-230 (1348), 256- 258(1358).
2003), "Understanding the role of national culture on communication media choice behavior: a cross-cultural comparison within a multinational organizational settings", Proceedings of the 7th PACIS, Adelaide, South Australia, pp.
In addition, he devotes an entire chapter of the De Jure Belli ac Pacis to an enumeration of various causes of unjust war.
Rossi was banned for a year by the Italian FA for his part in the scam - but paid a pounds 70,000 donation to Third World children's charity Regina Pacis to have the suspension reduced by six months.
com: #A three-night break in Rome, bed and breakfast at the three-star Domus Pacis Hotel, costs from pounds 189, from Prestwick on January 7.
Butzel Long attorney Reginald Pacis to a one-year term as chairperson of the Michigan Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
s developing thought, since he makes use of this category up to and including the Jurisprudence of Holland (1620), but abandons it in the De iure belli ac pacis (1625).
The juxtaposition of his individualist tendencies and his nostalgia for a king who would be a Protestant defensor pacis makes Bunyan a personification of the bridge between the premodern and modern world views.
Peace has reigned in Britain for some time, "Limina belligeri multo cum tempore clausa / Numine Pacis erat Iani" (When, for long, by agency of Peace, the doors of belligerent Janus had stood shut; 60-61, fol.