IUN

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AcronymDefinition
IUNIndiana University Northwest (Gary, IN, USA)
IUNIunius (Latin: June)
IUNIntelligent Utility Network (IBM)
IUNIlmenauer Uni Nachrichten (German: Ilmenau University News)
IUNImmediate Upstream Neighbor
IUNInternational University of Nescience (Universal Church Triumphant of the Apathetic Agnostic)
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En primer lugar, optamos por la lectura Iunius para dedicante y finado porque, pese a que una lectura Iulius tambien podria ser valida, existen ya dos atestiguaciones de Iunii en el catalogo epigrafico de Cabezo Ladrero de Sofuentes.
Amongst the allegations which Apuleius counters in the Apologia, one concerns the fact that birds' feathers were found in the house of a certain Iunius Crassus and attest Apuleius' magical rites.
Chu, "Iunius: a cross-layer peer-to-peer system with device-to-device communications," IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, vol.
Iunius Paulinus a race track, tribunal and provisional stands would suffice.
Likewise, John describes how Lucius Iunius Brutus, the first consul of Rome, slaughtered his own rebel sons lest they restore the ousted tyrant Tarquin.
Para el cuarto mes, Iunius, se eligio a Juno por ser la esposa de Jupiter y la patrana del matrimonio.
(1993): Marcus Iunius Nypsus--Fluminis varado, Limitis repositio, Frankfurt am Main.
hereditaire (Iulius ou Iunius en l'occurrence), et non pas le nom
Thus Iunius Clio, a procurator Ponti, received consularia insignia for conducting the deposed Mithridates VIII back to Rome from the hinterland of Lake Maeotis in 49 and his subordinate, C.
Os Fastos de Ovidio terminam com as referencias as festas religiosas realizadas em junho, Iunius mensis, dedicada a deusa Juno.
Guvernatorul Iunius Soranus i-a trimis moastele Sfantului Sava Gotul, inecat in apa Buzaului, sub persecutia regelui got Athanaric, in 372.
The three men outside Cicero's family to whom he dedicated philosophical texts, Terentius Varro, Trebatius Testa, and Marcus Iunius Brutus, were all, on the contrary, men of established literary or scholarly reputations whose readership must have been a great aid in introducing books to intellectual circles.