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ARCANEAssociated Regional Chronologies for the Ancient Near East (Germany)
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A task force of GPs are effectively barred due to an arcane set of rules DR MAUREEN BAKER GP BOSS ON NHS RULES
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In preparing his narrative, Ackroyd obviously relied upon a meticulously researched, extensive array of sources (although the unfortunately meager endnotes and the absence of a bibliography will leave many readers--myself included--frustrated with so many unexplained arcane details and allusions).
Perfetti's use of an arcane English vocabulary and postmodern jargon at times obscures his text.
Titled "You're Still Under 30" (it opened just before Dermody crossed the threshold), the project functioned as part exorcism, part self-portrait, part arcane Irish wake, and part chastened declaration of independence.
How arcane are Enron's finances, how tangled a web were its connections with Capitol Hill.
As with teachers, school leaders would be contract employees and thus would not have to meet all the arcane requirements that apply to district-employed school principals.
We dubbed these rules the "antinomies" of parenthood, in deference to philosopher Immanuel Kant's famous and infamously arcane critique of scholastic theology.
The new proposal attempts to deal with the complicated rules and applications of the transfer of air rights from one site to another conforming with other buildings within the area or block, as well as arcane interpretations of the building code and New York Building Department permits and guidelines.
So opera isn't a gay thing, which isn't to say being gay doesn't help one to appreciate this most arcane of art forms.