SABIO


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SABIOSystem for the Analysis of Biochemical Pathways
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Azkal is preparing to participate in the Asean Football Federation Suzuki Cup this year, said Sabio.
O autor destaca que, embora aparecam nas sentencas inovadas normas de diversa procedencia (como o Digesto, a Novisima Recopilacion de 1805, o Codigo de Comercio de 1829, as leis abolicionistas de 1870 e 1880 e, inclusive, legislacao de carater internacional--como as contidas no tratado ou convenio, de 21 de julho de 1767, de Espanha e Dinamarca, sobre escravos), o direito substantivo mais frequentemente manejado por elas e o contido nas Siete partidas de Alfonso X, el Sabio, do seculo XIII.
Players: Eduard Sacapauo, Jose Paolo Pascual, Anton Edward Del Rosario, Alexander Borromeo, Roel Gener, Jason Sabio, Emelio Caligdong, Misagh Bahadoran, James Younghusband, Phil Younghusband, Manuel Ott, Angel Aldeguer, Ian Araneta, Nathaniel George Burkey, Jason De Jong, Yannick Tuason, Simon Greatwich, John Patrick Hinrichsen, Nestorio Margarse Jr, O J Porteria, Neil Etheridge, Robert Gier, Paul Mulders, Ray Jonsson, Jerry Lucena, Dennis Cagara, James Hall.
65) There is no miracle specifically wrought by the Virgin, as in Miracles of the Virgin plays on the Continent or in the famous Cantigas attributed to Alfonso El Sabio in Spain, but bringing Mary fully into the action would surely have seemed a logical embellishment, especially in East Anglia where her veneration was very strong.
Moreover, the "rhythmic modes" used by comparatively late sine littera notation were merely an epitome of the many rhythmic patterns used, but not notated, in much earlier cure littera music: as is evident from measured notation such as that of the Cantigas of Alfonso el Sabio (CSM), the Roman de Fauvel, and later sources of Philip the Chancellor's monodies, there were at least a couple of other "rhythmic modes" current, and many other patterns that did not fall into the "modal" system as exemplified by polyphonic sources.
Nino de siete anos cuando llega Ruben Dario a Nicaragua, porta la bandera nacional en la fiesta de bienvenida; nacido en un excusado por ser hijo del obispo, sirve en la casa del Sabio Debayle--amigo de Ruben Dario y suegro de Somoza--; analfabeto, Ruben Dario le ensena a leer y con un apreton en la cabeza le traslada "el numen" (Ramirez 1998, 29).
Fieldwork was carried out by local scholars: Lidia Mobilio (Chaco), Silvia Nudelman and Raul Claramunt (Misiones), Mara Duhart (Catamarca), Paola Andreatta and Marta Arrascaeta (Buenos Aires), Evelina Chapman (Tucuman), Silvia Yoeca de Sabio (Salta) and Fernanda Candio (Rosario).
Vega en su comentario al texto de La Araucana que presenta a Colo Colo, expresa la citada arenga que pronuncio este anciano sabio, en la Junta de Caciques, con el objeto de evitar innecesarias violencias entre los jefes indios .
Entre os hebreus e os aramaicos o proverbio representava a palavra de um sabio.
A side effect of one topic, the scrutiny of the library, with its presentation, for the first time, of el sabio Freston, the evil magician who spirits away Don Quixote's library, was to open up the theme of magic and magicians.
The conventional sigla for the CSM manuscripts used here are: To = Madrid, Biblioteca Nacional, MS 10069 (reproduced in Alfonso X O Sabio, Cantigas de Santa Maria, Edicion facsimile do codice de Toledo (Santiago de Compostela: Consello da Cultura Galega, 2003); E = Real Monasterio de S.
Ferguson, 38, and Sabio, 49, of Corpach, near Fort William, were yesterday cleared of conspiring to set fire to the building after their pleas of not guilty were accepted by the Crown.