BAUT

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BAUTBad Astronomy and Universe Today (forum)
BAUTBirmingham Association of University Teachers
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When she asked Le Baut why, he replied that it would ensure that the risotto would not display its original white color when mixed with the black squid ink.
MASTER COOKINGS Chef Thierry Le Baut shows his black squid risotto after his cooking demonstration
Grande specialiste de Jean El-Mouhoub Amrouche, ayant enseigne de 1962 a 1968, au lycee Franz-Fanon de Bab El-Oued a Alger, Rejane Le Baut, professeur de lettres et titulaire d'une these de doctorat a Paris-IV sur le grand romancier algerien (J.A, itineraire et problematique d'un colonise, 1988), revient avec la meme verve dans un autre gros livre recemment paru aux editions Chihab, Jean El-Mouhoub Amrouche, Algerien universel.
Die Einteilung der Montelius-Perioden IV-VI der Nordischen Bronzezeit, die den langen Zeitraum von 1100-500 BC abdecken, jeweils in fast zweihundertjahrige Intervalle gegliedert (IV: 1100-950 BC; V: 950-750 BC; VI: 750-500 BC), baut vornehmlich auf der Basis einer chronologisch stringenten Typen--und Stilentwicklung der Bronzefunde auf.
Oligocene occurrences of Keasius parvus include Germany (Weiler, 1922, 1928, 1931; Leriche, 1948; Muller, 1976, 1983; Von Der Hocht, 1978a, 1978b; Pfeil, 1981; Freess, 1991, 1992; Reinecke et al., 2001, 2005; Haye et al., 2008; Gille et al., 2010; Hovestadt et al., 2010; Hovestadt and Hovestadt-Euler, 2011; De Pietri et al., 2010), Belgium (Leriche, 1908, 1910; Herman, 1979; Van Den Bosch, 1984; Baut and Genault, 1999), Switzerland (Frohlicher and Weiler, 1952), France (Dutheil, 1991; Baut, 1993; Genault, 1993; Pharisat, 1998; Merle et al., 2002), and questionably identified from a placoid scale from South Carolina, U.S.A.
After checking-in at the impossibly trendy Fashion Hotel, just outside the city centre and on a tram route, we headed off to Baut restaurant which turned out to be a night out in itself: packed bar, noisy restaurant and club atmosphere rolled into one.
The former included all of modern-day southern Ontario and all those areas of northern Ontario in the pays d'en baut which had formed part of New France--essentially the watersheds of the Ottawa River, Lake Huron, and Lake Superior--while Lower Canada included the southern portion of present-day Quebec as well as part of Labrador; excluded from this land were New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and all western provinces.
Und die Musik, immer neu, aus den bebendsten Steinen, E, sempre nuova, la musica, fatta di pietre le piu periture, baut im unbrauchbaren Raum ihr vergottlichtes Haus.