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suffix meaning a "type of pathway": anode, cathode, electrode.
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ODE, an integral part of the DORIS Group, was created in 1978 to support the North Sea oil and gas industry.
Ode said when he arrived at the check-in counter he was met by a Cypriot lady who took his passport and without saying a word called an Israeli security guard and another Cypriot security officer.
Ode enthusiast James Craft is an engineering geologist in DEC's Avon office.
In his ode, the important thing is that the Phoenix and Turtle represent Beauty and Truth as spiritual or Platonic absolutes, a signification actually aided, when he wrote, by the allegorical birds eluding historical identification.
Horace's approach to lyric love poetry in his Odes has been discussed at length in contemporary literature (See for example Putnam 2009:8 and 1999:189).
Yes Farrokhi element ode of praise, the professors are very contemporary and modern mime and have welcomed them here it is also one of the myriad of Moezzi.
But we believe the baby is in fact getting plenty," Ode said.
A few families live in fear in Ode whereas the vast majority live in nearby Bhalej, Dhunagra, Sureli and Anand.
The special court hearing Ode massacre case on Monday acquitted 14 persons in a murder case of one Ghulam Rasool Saiyed on March 2, 2002.
The most engaging sections of Revard's book come when she looks in close detail at major work; particularly welcome for readers of this journal will be the good chapter on Jonson's Cary-Morison Ode.
An appendix provides the Arabic texts of the three odes as well as those of the three pre-Islamic poets which are used to contextualize the Mantle Odes: 'Alqamah's "A Heart Turbulent with Passion"; al-Nabighah's "Ode of Mayyah"; and Zuhayr b.