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Malta,

an island in the Mediterranean Sea south of Sicily.
Malta fever - Synonym(s): brucellosis
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15) To further explore how Rilke stages the home through the eyes of a child, let us now turn to representations of the limits of perception in Die Aufzeichungen des Malte Laurids Brigge.
Malte and his business partner Philipp von Plato, two young Germans, met while enrolled in a university program in Switzerland in 1997.
A traves de la ingenuidad de Malte yo pretendia retratar las transformaciones en las costumbres de la epoca y las posibilidades que trajeron a las mujeres.
Malte Tourbillon High Jewellery stands out among other jewelled timepieces as a testament to the idea that the devil is in the details: For By Sarosh Mody Vacheron Constantin has attempted the ambitious technique of invisible setting for 418 of the finest baguette- cut diamonds that dominate the timekeeper, emphasising their luminosity.
Not all El Nino events are accompanied by this unusual wind pattern" noted Malte Stuecker, "but once El Nino conditions reach a certain threshold amplitude during the right time of the year, it is like a jack-in-the-box whose lid pops open.
Country: GermanySector: IT/Online Services, TourismTarget: Trivago GmbHBuyer: Expedia IncVendor: Peter Vinnemeier, Malte Siewert , Rolf SchroemgensDeal size in USD: 620.
Of the two, one is the Malte collection of tonneau shape while the other is the Overseas Chronograph.
Ranger Malte Iden said: "Light pollution snubs out the beauty of the stars, but Kielder Water & Forest Park is one of Britain's darkest spots, perfect to admire the heavens.
Currently, about half of all US states have similar laws, said Brian Malte, legislative director of the Brady Campaign, which is dedicated to preventing of gun violence.
Na maceracao, espera-se que o grao alcance igual teor de agua para dar inicio a ativacao do metabolismo; na germinacao artificial, objetiva-se o enriquecimento enzimatico, aliado as transformacoes das substancias de reserva; e, na secagem, os objetivos sao encerrar os processos quimico-biologicos e fornecer o sabor, o aroma caracteristico e a cor especifica do malte (McELROY & JACOBSEN, 1995).
This is with reference to Malte Sietasch's 'A little scary' (GDN, November 16).
Allan Mitchell on Gower's role in the authorization of a new vernacular ethics, Georgiana Donavin on Genius's definition of 'rhetorique' in Book VII of the Confessio, and Malte Urban on the poet's theory of history as this is borne out in his strategies of citation in Vox Clamantis.