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nobelium

 (No) [no-be´le-um]
a chemical element, atomic number 102, atomic weight 253. (See Appendix 6.)
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No

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Thus, in Asian Drama, he attached great importance to indirect planning, based on macro policy and a trade policy broadly supportive of planning, an approach toward which China was moving prior to its joining the World Trade Organization.
Renaissance English drama differs completely from Asian drama in the sheer number of words the actors are expected to learn and in the importance attached to accurate delivery of those words.
And Tasmina, who has also appeared in the Asian drama Ansoo, won't be found in romantic clinches with her male lead.
(1898 - 1987) Swedish economist, Myrdal is known for his comprehensive economic and sociological analyses of a variety of issues, including population control ( Nation and Family, 1934; translated as 1941), developing nations ( Rich Lands and Poor: The Road to World Prosperity, 1958), and political and economic problems in southern Asia ( Asian Drama, 3 vols, 1968).
For instance, Gunnar Myrdal in his profoundly wise book Asian Drama had developed the notion of 'soft states' to explain the continuing backwardness of emerging nations.
"I know lots of people travel to Birmingham or Leicester to see top Asian drama and music and Coventry often misses out.
This makes his book a valuable addition to any library on whose campus Asian drama or, more generally, world drama is taught.
"I'm always looking for defining images," remarks the 41-year-old director, who hopes to broaden interest in Asian drama. "Instead of everybody doing Chekhov," Chen says, "I'd like more people to look at the other side of the world."

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