DELIC

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DELICDepartment of Education Library and Information Centre
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| Lansiad Swci Delic, Galeri hefo Janice Long a Mared Lenny
Delic, who suffered his first defeat as a professional, dropped to 24-1, with only four shortcut wins.
Croatian DoP Mario Delic, who shares an Emmy Award for his work on the documentary Calling the Ghosts and boasts a vast body of work in the Arab region, is the main man behind the camera.
Swci Delic: Lliwia Fi'n llon/ Colour Me Happy is at King Street Gallery, Carmarthen, until January 31 Swci Delic with her psychedelic art
Talic later moved with her family to a village near the northeastern town of Tuzla, while her sister Delic lived in a village in northwestern Bosnia.
Delic, "Protective effect of azadirachta indica extract against Eimeria papillata-induced coccidiosis," Parasitology Research, vol.
Recently, great scientific and technological development has been is observed both as regards global and language specific challenges, the latter principally owing to the fact that speech and language resources have recently begun to appear for small languages as well (Delic et.
By Erik Berglof and Bozidar Delic London / Serbia's Tigar Corporation, a privatised automobile tyre and tube maker, was a poster child for corporate makeovers in transition economies.
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Ismael Lopez gave the hosts a 16th-minute lead at the San Mames before Mateas Delic replied three minutes later for the Croatians.
Arguably the most dramatic development after the European Council decision was the resignation of Serbia's deputy prime minister Bozidar Delic, whose portfolio was European integration.
The date will then be announced for Montenegro, but it is not impossible to imagine a scenario in which the two countries would actually start negotiations at the same time," Serbian Deputy Prime Minister Bozidar Delic was quoted by Serbian press agency Tanjug as saying, on 12 October, following publication of the Commission's annual report on Serbia's progress towards membership.