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EDNSSchwabmunchen (airport code; Germany)
EDNSExtension Mechanisms for DNS
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Accordingly, it would be helpful if we had data on summary materials from other EDNs, across a spectrum of varied disciplines.
In spite of Brazil's impressive EDN statistics, on the international stage there are problems.
(4) Emir Rodriguez Monegal, 'Introduccion general' to his edition of Rodo's Obras completas, 2nd edn (Madrid: Aguilar, 1967), pp.
Latouche, Classiques de l'histoire de France, xi, 2nd edn, Paris, 1964, 12), or the often-quoted `The justice of kings and princes was asleep', Chronicon Mosomense seu Liber fundationis monasterii sancti Mariae O.
4 All references and translations from the Odyssey are from the Loeb edn., trans.
(London, 1776; 1853 edn R/New York, 1963), pp.892-3.
are those of the Penguin edns. (unless stated otherwise), whose year of publication will also be given on first citation.
Gray, Themes and Images in the Medieval English Religious Lyric (London and Boston, Mass., 1972), 34 (note that the representation of the wound in Christ's side as an actual slit in the paper does not lend itself to modern mass-produced edns.; mere reporting of the fact by an editor, less physical and dramatic than an actual rent, must alter the response for a modern reader), 41-55, 130, 140, 179, 196-211.
The Works of David Mallet Esq., new edn, 3 vols (London: A.
2) Chang Huai-kuan (mid-T'ang), Shu-tuan (Pai-ch'uan hsueh-hai edn. [photorpt.
to the Arden edn. writes: Shakespeare's own description of the poem offers an apparent difficulty, since he had already begun to make his name as a playwright; but Lord Southampton would not have been flattered, and might even have been annoyed, by a reference to the vulgar dramatic successes of the young writer: such works were not considered to fall into the category of literature' (The Poems, ed.