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(ŭr'băn),
Jerome A., 20th-century U.S. surgeon. See: Urban operation.
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Urbane Agrikultur ermoglicht auch, Verbindungen zu weiteren gesellschaftsrelevanten Themen herzustellen, wie Energiepolitik, Gesundheit oder soziale Integration benachteiligter Menschen.
To set up the LG G Watch Urbane, you will first have to install the Android Wear app in your smartphone and pair it over the Bluetooth.
If customers like what they see at Urbane Furniture, at the top of Leith Walk, Edinburgh, they can buy and take home the item that day.
The urbane, Oxford-educated economist, one of the world's youngest prime ministers, said on Saturday he was saddened by the bloodshed and his tough stance on anti-government protesters in Bangkok was aimed at preserving peace and not political power.
The winning artist received $750, and Urbane residents who attended the contest were entered to win six months of free rent.
The Cuban artists on Si, Para Usted are more urbane but just as spirited.
Created with three concepts in mind, the brand: reinforces for residents that their choice of Anchorage as home is a special place like no other; answers for visitors, their call for an exotic, "wild" destination with accessible, one-of-a-kind adventures mingled amongst urbane amenities; and relays to people and organizations looking to do business in Anchorage that there is a high level of business infrastructure as well as a quality of life that attracts employees.
I'm Urbane Race 6 Philadelphia Park Has run well on his two previous starts at the track and posted a good effort against better rivals at Laurel in Maryland last time.
Available in; Peony, Posy, Almond Blossom and Plum Poppy, and inspired by Clinique floral makeup packaging they give the skin a delicate urbane sheen, pounds 23, available from larger Boots stores and Clinique counters.
That question resonates throughout Deconstructing Tyrone, an engrossing collaboration between two urbane, thirtysomething journalists.
One feels that an early acquaintance with the lucid and urbane writings of Sir Ernest Arthur Gowers (1880-1966) could possibly have encouraged Tafuri to adopt a tighter, more intelligible style.