CAYLUS


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CAYLUSCentral Australian Youth Link Up Service (substance abuse prevention)
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In early 2012 the Papunya community and CAYLUS set up the Kungkas' (or women's) room alongside the main computer room in response to the perception that the facility was largely a young male space and to encourage women's internet and computer use.
Marie-Therese Reboul's skillful rendering of natural phenomena, which so impressed Vien and the comte de Caylus, is easily observed in her illustrations for Adanson's Histoire naturelle du Senegal.
En 1737, l'academicien Anne-Claude de Tubieres, comte de Caylus, publie une version francaise, basee non pas sur l'original catalan, dont on ignore a l'epoque l'existence, mais sur la traduction espagnole.
Caroli de Caylus, Autissiodorensis episcopi, autoritate & ejusdem ecclesiae capituli consensu, editum (28) Trecis : apud viduam Petri Michelin, typographi & bibliopolae regis, in vico magno, MDCCXXXVIII
In their submission to the Senate Select Committee on Regional and Remote Indigenous Communities, the Central Australian Youth Link Up Service (CAYLUS), a nationally recognised leader in the prevention of substance abuse in Central Australia--commented on the lack of consultation (1).
Agradezco a William Jordan por haberme ayudado a encontrar la naturaleza muerta de la figura 4 (y por haber identificado a su autor, Antonio Ponce), y a Jose Antonio de Urbina, de la Galeria Caylus, por permitirme reproducirla aqui.
Fourteen more were from the French language, including nine from the eighteenth century ("The Blue Bird" by d'Aulnoy, four by the Comte de Caylus, one by Archbishop Fenelon, and three anonymous).
Staff and students from the Centre for Ceramic Studies at the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff, are exhibiting at the Drawinternational studios in Caylus in the Tarn et Garonne region of France.