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Vox populi Institution An organized group of persons based in a particular place, who have a similar agenda. See American National Standards Institute, Cold Spring Harbor Institute, High-power institution, Howard Hughes Institute, Institution, Minority Institution, National Cancer Institute, National Institute on Aging, National Institute for Standards & Technology Institute, NIAAA, NIAMS, NICHD, NIDA, NIDCD, NIDDK, NIEHS, NIGMS, NIH, NIMH, NINDS, NINR, NIOSH, Salk Institute, Touch Research Institute, Whitehead Institute.
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<<Pedagogia, de los deberes particulares de los institutores y como deben cumplirlos>>, La Escuela Normal, no 101, 7 de diciembre de 1872, 450.
Con estas decisiones se establece que el hecho de pertenecer a algun grupo religioso o poseer alguna ideologia no es suficiente para ser excluido del sistema educativo en tanto se es institutor. En cuanto a los alumnos el Consejo de Estado, en sentencia del 22 de marzo de 1941, anulo una resolucion del ministro de Educacion nacional que fijaba en 14%, en el entonces departamento de Argelia, el numero de estudiantes judios por establecimiento.
BLANCA CASTELLON has published three collections of poems: Ama del espiritu; Flotaciones, and Orilla opuesta, winner of the Premio Internacional (the International Prize) from the Institutor de Estudios Modernistas (Institute of Modernists Studies) in Valencia, Spain and Los Juegos de Hisa.
What was the most famous invention of Alfred Nobel, institutor of the Nobel Prize?
25 acantonado en Cundinamarca, el informe del Institutor da muy buenas luces acerca de la situacion de la tropa en 1898:
Se describe como "periodista, poeta, orador popular, institutor, publicista, apostol de la Republica, abogado, negociante, empleado notable de la Nacion, Diputado, Elector, Concejal, Jefe Municipal; casado, viudo, feliz, desgraciado, popular, perseguido, ministerial, oposicionista, proscrito, soldado" (7 de marzo.
In six founding documents of a morgadio, the descent lines were to originate from the institutor, but in other cases, the lineage was to be perpetuated through descent from a wife (1), a mother (4), a maternal grandfather (1), an aunt (1), a mother and grandmother jointly (1), or from the married couple (1).
I should like to distinguish, then, between the "institution of nature" in The Passions of the Soul, as signifying the peculiar way in which the human animal is constituted, so that certain mechanical motions give rise to certain nondeducible passions, usually with some (presumed) purposiveness on the part of the institutor, and the "dictates of nature," which, parallel to the teaching of nature in the Meditations, concern the usefulness of objects for the human animal.(50) The renaming of this teaching as a "dictate" or "command," and its relative absence from the Passions as a whole gives us an insight into the work's general project: passions are not defined with regard to their objects, but with regard to the subject.

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