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annates

(ˈæneɪts; -əts)
pl n
(Roman Catholic Church) RC Church the first year's revenue of a see, an abbacy, or a minor benefice, paid to the pope
[C16: plural of French annate, from Medieval Latin annāta, from Latin annus year]
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In: Annates de readaptation et de medecine physique: revue scientifique de ta Societe francaise de reeducation fonctionnette de readaptation et de medecine physique.
Conforme assinala Schmitt (2007), nao podemos ignorar o fato de que a Historia dita cientifica, ou seja, aquela que emerge do trabalho dos positivistas do seculo XIX, mais tarde enriquecida pelas contribuicoes do materialismo historico e da Escola dos Annates, demonstrou, desde o inicio, um apego excessivo aos documentos escritos, notadamente os de procedencia oficial, replicando, assim, de modo incidental, uma tradicao milenar segundo a qual a historia, feita com base nos textos, resolver-se-ia ela mesma num texto, numa composicao literaria, portanto.
Meghir, C, and Windmeijer, E, Moment conditions for dynamic panel data models with multiplicative individual effects in the conditional variance, Annates d 'Economie et de Statistique (55/56: 1999)
223) The earliest western reference to the returning Vikings appears in the Annates Bertiniani, which Prudentius, who was Bishop of Troyes during the nineth century, wrote.
Annates litteraires de I'Universite de Besancon 580.
Zagorski, "Lipid peroxidation in diabetic retinopathy," Annates Universitatis Mariae Curie-Skiodowska.
15) Por outro lado, as potencialidades nao completamente exploradas da perspectiva geo-historica dos Annates foram retomadas pelo historiador brasileiro Luiz Felipe de Alencastro ao analisar o papel crucial do trafico negreiro no Atlantico Sul para a formacao brasileira.
Nothing is said about this in the Necrologium of St Victor which remembered him on 14 January simply for obtaining annates from Louis VI for the abbey.
The texts are preserved in the papal registers, the papal annates ("first fruits"), and the petitions to Rome known as registra suppplicationum for Killaloe and Kilfenora dioceses.
Scherer, Annates, I, 206: "Ce fut le puissant motif qui fit reussir les negotiations de Charles XII [avec Mazepa].