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bril

An obsolete, non-SI (International System) unit of luminance based on a subjective evaluation of brightness, with 100 brils being approximately equal to 1 millilambert.
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Ander kenmerke wat Afrikaansmetodiek deur 'n nuwe bril vernuwend en bruikbaar maak, is dat elke hoofstuk onder meer die volgende bevat: "Klip inni bos", wat interessanthede verskaf waaroor die Afrikaansonderwyser kan gaan dink; "E-toep", wat toon hoe die rekenaar prakties in die klaskamer gebruik kan word en "Toep", wat praktiese toepassings van kernkonsepte in die klaskamer illustreer.
Francois is the only one of the contributors to this volume who quotes Isabelle Bril's and Francoise OzanneRivierre's (2004) important contribution to the research on SVCs in Oceanic languages.
"This legislation serves our purpose because the Miami international banking community is largely focused on Latin America," says Bril. "We believe there is tremendous potential."
Dat die skrywers met 'n ietwat idealistiese bril na die Nederlandse kultuur kyk, is te verstane.
Led by Blandine Bril of the School of Higher Studies in Social Sciences in Paris and Valentine Roux of the National Center of Scientific Research in Nanterre, the scientists studied 12 craftsmen: 6 had trained for 7 to 10 years at traditional bead-making centers and 6 had trained for 2 to 3 years at less demanding workshops that have recently emerged to fill the international demand for high-quality stone jewelry.
In one bril liant strike--and against the advice of all his superiors--MacArthur had turned defeat into victory and virtually recaptured South Korea."
In this bril liant book, Klinenberg makes visible the ongoing disaster of poverty and isolation that is silently unravelling in some of the most affluent cities in North America
Bennie Bril secretly gave boxing lessons in the kitchen barracks, where he taught his starving young pupils to defend themselves against "the opponent." In Theresienstadt, where people would fight one another for a piece of bread, Durlacher recalls listening to a lecture on Hegel by Professor Magnus and taking lessons in mathematics from Dr.
Hernandez joins a distinguished group of directors that includes, Carlos Palomares (Chairman of the Board), Miguel Angel Marcano, Mario Oliva, Juan Carlos Escotet Alviarez, Seno Bril, Francisco J.
Mark said: "It was absolutely bril liant to see the family and of course James looking so well.
"They are on trial and they have responded brilliantly, because that was the most complete performance since I came to the club." Gray tr th bril that was the performance." to Kevin McDonald picked the ball up on the edge of his own area following a Wolves corner and raced to the other end.