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Noun1.14 - the cardinal number that is the sum of thirteen and one14 - the cardinal number that is the sum of thirteen and one
large integer - an integer equal to or greater than ten
Adj.1.14 - being one more than thirteen14 - being one more than thirteen  
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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14 CE (SSTC de 17 septiembre 2001 [RTC 2001/180], 13 febrero 2006 [RTC 2006/33] y 16 abril 2007 [RTC 2007/69] (35)).
Asimismo, la comparacion de aquel precepto hipotecario con el articulo 14 CE nos lleva a la misma conclusion, ya que el legislador habria establecido una distincion arbitraria o caprichosa entre los diversos Credos, lo que supone una desigualdad por razon de religion.
Their topics include the golden age of temple capitalism in Mesopotamia and India 2250-2000 BCE, trade and investment under the Phoenicians 2500-500 BCE, the triumph of Roman family enterprise 146 BCE to 14 CE, and business and culture beyond globalization.
For example, Dio Cassius records that in 14 CE certain soldiers had revolted and demanded, ~that their term of service should be limited to sixteen years, that they should be paid a denarius per day .
Participants ran 14 CE programs for our technologists and phlebotomists on topics such as quality control fundamentals, blood banking and microbiology case studies, total quality management, and specimen collection for blood cultures.
With 14 CE manufacturers now turning to Roku for streaming solutions, consumers will have many choices in 2013 when shopping for new, innovative and affordable electronics.