ALME


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Ministry of Defence of Royal Military Police searching the banks of the Alme river in Germany for two year old Katrice Lee, who went missing in 1981
| Royal Military Police started a forensic investigation in the case of missing Katrice Lee near the river Alme in Paderborn, Germany
Her case was reopened in 2012 by the RMP, which announced on Monday it would be carrying out a dig on the River Alme's banks at Paderborner Str, Paderborn.
(43.) This text has been edited and translated; see Tony Hunt, ed., and Jane Bliss, trans., "Cher alme": Texts of Anglo-Norman Piety, French of England Translation Series (FRETS) o.p.s.
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(6) Algunos de ellos llevan el interesante subtitulo de "en esta iglesia mexicana" como el Manuale sacramentorum secundum alme eclesia mexicana, publicado por el editor Juan Pablos en 1560.
Secretary General Rabita Dr Abdullah Abdul Mohsin AlTurky also suggested to convene antiterrorism conference in Pakistan and rabita Alme Islami will provide complete assistance.
A veteran of the 2012 Batang Pinoy National Games, Amarga clocked 2:26.26 in handily winning the gold, Pasig's Marie Canton settled for silver (2:35.2) and Alme Padillo TaguigPateros (2:38.0) bagged the bronze in the meet hosted by Paranaque.
It can be seen as complementary to Tony Hunt's ' Chere alme': Texts of Anglo-Norman Piety (ACMRS, 2010), which was an Occasional Publication (the only one so far) in the same series.