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En relacion a las variables tamano y edad del hotel se tiene que Kalisch (2002); Kasim (2004); Brammer y Pavelin (2004); Van Wijk y Persoon (2006); Bohdanowicz y Zientara (2008); teis, Govern Balear y Fondo Social Europeo (2008); Foretica (2006, 2008a, 2008b, 2011a, 2011b); y Observatorio ERSE (2010), han encontrado que en las empresas de mayor tamano, los/as directivos/as tienen un mayor nivel de conocimiento de RSE.
An Irish and Erse word, which signifies the water of life.
In Selly Oak a branch of the League of the Erse was formed and J M Synge's plays including "The Playboy of the Western World' were performed at the Midland Institute.
In 1760 he published Fragments of Ancient Poetry Collected in the Highlands of Scotland and Translated from the Gallic or Erse Language , claiming that much of their content was based on the works of a 3rd-century Gaelic poet named Ossian.
In 1760 Macpherson published Fragments of Ancient Poetry Collected in the Highlands of Scotland, and Translated from the Gallic or Erse Language.
For example, ERSE applied access tariff increases in 2012-2017 at an annualised rate of 5.
snake erse This Attaporn Now, I am not the skinniest by any means, but there is no way I am a XXXL.
Conducting scrutineering type 4 electricity metering equipment, following the connection of new BTN measuring points, as provided in the Measurement Guide, Reading and Data Availability approved under the provisions of Article 274 Regulation of Commercial Relations, approved by Regulation No 561/2014 of 22 September and within the regulatory powers provided for in paragraph 3 of article 9 of the ERSE Statutes.
quin flu tter = flu + utter by e = by + ye comb ust = comb + bust muff in = muff + fin hij ack = hij (high) + jack horn et = horn + net tar ot = tar + rot rev erse = rev + verse fez en (dial.
But Scots Gaelic is in fact Irish or Erse although the Irish tell me that the Scottish version is quite unrecognisable.
And,-If the Irish in Erse converse in Dublin, they find it too utterly charming.