DIAPASON


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DIAPASONDifferential Interferometric Automated Process Applied to Survey Of Nature (CNES Software)
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The company publishes eight other magazines, including "Water Quality Products," "Storm Water Solutions," "Roads & Bridges," "Transportation Management + Engineering," "GPN," "Lawn & Garden Retailer," "Big Grower" and "The Diapason."
Relatively soon after its triumphant success with Dvorak trios (the BBC Music Magazine Prize, Diapason d'Or), the Smetana Trio has recorded another jewel, and I have to say without blushing that I am bowled over.
Hawkins has published articles in the Music Educators Journal, The Diapason, and in The American Organist.
The DIRECT and Diapason studies were sponsored by Novartis, which markets Neoral.
Au sein meme du Conseil des gouverneurs de la BCE, l'ensemble des membres ne semble pas au diapason sur l'analyse de la situation.
Rachmaninov Piano Concertos Nos 1 & 3 Lugansky (Warner Classics) *** Russian pianist Nikolai Lugansky's recording of the Rachmaninov Preludes received the Diapason d'Or de L'annee in 2001 and he will surely receive many more accolades for this the first CD release of a complete Rachmaninov Concerto cycle.
Her poems included in "The rebirth" and the poems that followed them, have thrown a good amount of light on the political aspects of Iran at the time of Farogh undoubtedly it is not easy to make verified translation of a poem keeping in view the language, sense, spirit and the diapason, but Mr.
Her rich discography has won her outstanding reviews from international media as well as a Diapason d'or in 2014.