chapt

chapt

(tʃæpt)
adj
an obsolete word for chapped
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The Gospel reading was taken from Luke chapt 5 vs 1-11 'Jesus calls His first disciples'.
TouadAaAaAeA@ra's presidential inauguration marked the final chapt of the political transition that began after the predominantly Muslim militia known as SAaAaAeA@lAaAaAeA@ka in late 2012 seized power from Presi FranAaAaAeAoois BozizAaAaAeA@, a Christian.
liv Bark sta Ronn chapt tim t als leoht His co-starring role in The Two Ronnies has earned him a chapter in the book of all-time comedy greats, but this documentary also reveals some lesser-known details of his life, such as his days as a devout teenage organist and first screen role in You're Only Young Twice.
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On June 15, 2015, one of the most restrictive ordinances on home-sharing in the country became effective in Santa Monica, California (Santa Monica Municipal Code ("SMMC"), [sec] 1, Chapt.
Level (s) specific (s) Minimum (at) required (s): 1) Approval by demonstrating a capacity valid for aircraft design modification C130 - presentation of the documents listed below: - approval FRA 21j design - or equivalent authorization issued by a civil airworthiness authority mentioned in article 1 st chapt
For the second inequality, just apply spatial realization functor, [6, Chapt.
In particular, chapter six presents the muscles of the head and cervical spine; chapt.
Cape Town: Oxford University Press South Africa, 2002: chapt 19, 174-185.
In 1904, the first state legislation regarding protection and cultivation of mollusks in Eastham, Orleans, and Wellfleet (Acts of 1904, Chapt.
New York: McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2000: 79-100, chapt 4.