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CAMO

Abbreviation for:
Canadian Association of Medical Oncologists
Chief Administrative Medical Officer (Medspeak-UK)
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It bears noting that Camoes presents the relationship between lover and beloved in dialectical terms elsewhere in his lyric poetry.
Nicolas Meihuizen se Ordering empire, waarin hy die representasie van die bemoeienis van empire in Suidelike Afrika ondersoek aan die hand van die werk van Luis Vaz de Camoes, Thomas Pringle en Roy Campbell, steun op hierdie beginsel van epistemiese periodisering.
The form goes back to Camoes, and they sell thousands of them, displays in all the markets, like Marlboro book-shops in N.
For this, we would like to thank Jeronimo Pizarro and Steffen Dix for their timely and felicitous proposal, the Camara Municipal de Povoa do Varzim, the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Instituto Camoes and the Instituto de Ciencias Sociais for the generous additional subsidies which have made publication of this extended special issue possible.
Australia is one of few OECD countries not to have an Instituto Camoes program, which funds Portuguese language lecturers in foreign universities, including in New Zealand.
Today he is considered second only to Camoes in the canon of Portuguese literature.
Banco Delta Asia SARL, a private banking subsidiary of the Delta Asia Financial Group chaired by Stanley Au, who is also a political adviser for Beijing, will likely be sold to a new owner or change its name if it is to continue to operate, according to Camoes Tam, an expert in cross-strait relations.
But Wilson said: "From Jon Daly's point of view it would be no use for him at his age to be sitting on the bench and making little camoes from time to time.
Left unsaid, but tacitly understood in a culture whose main 16th century poet-patron, Camoes, characteristically wrote that "times, peoples and trends change/all the world is made of change", is that the CPLP, ethnically, is almost half white and half black, or mixed Afro-European.
6) Ghosh points out though, that a major difference between the Spice Trade and the Oil Industry is the production of literature: "Within a few decades of the discovery of the sea route to India, the Portuguese poet Luis de Camoes, had produced the Lusiads, the epic poem that chronicled Vasco da Gama's voyage and in effect conjured Portugal into literary nationhood.
Grazie a questa particolare sensibilita umanistica, molti fiumi europei diventano fiumi letterari, collegati con scuole poetiche o singoli cantori in versi delle loro bellezze: la Loira per Ronsard e Du Bellay, il Tago per Garcilaso de la Vega nella parte spagnola e per Camoes nella parte portoghese, il Tamigi per Spenser, ecc.
Although be continues to chide the older poet for his emphasis ou good sense and good taste or "bom estilo" [good style], he nonetheless writes favorably of Castilho's early historical drama, Camoes, whose vision and energy, he says, were unfortunately never repeated in subsequent works.