conductus

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conductus

(kənˈdʌktəs)
n
a style of medieval liturgical composition for up to four voices; these were composed in the 12th and 13th centuries
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After conducti more research and studies, Ayman decided to create her own initiative with a model that would suit women in Egypt, especially after discovering that Egypt has one of the highest divorce rates.
575-76] and "Hie loquitur eciam diuersis vulgi laborariis, qui sub aliorum / regimine conducti, variis debent pro bono communi operibus subiugari" [Here he also speaks of the various workers from the rabble, / hirelings under the charge of others who ought to be bound to their various tasks for the common good; 5.
Mantica, Vaticanae lucubrationes de tacitis et ambiguis locati et conducti conventionibus in libros XXVII disperitae, vol.
Exiit primo mane etc--Primi conducti ad laborandum primo mane fuerunt primi parentes.
Preludes and interludes without text testify to the performance of conducti with instrumental accompaniment as well.
The intrinsic oxidation states, protonation-deprotonation behavior, metal reduction ability (electroless plating of Pd from Pd(ll) ion solution), electrical conducti vity, and electronic and valence band structures of the aniline homopolymer were preserved in the PAM chains tethered on the Si surface.