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faur

(fɔːr)
adj
a Scot word for far
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Contract notice: restructuring work on the entrance to the half-board of the gabriel faur high school in annecy (74)
Para ello se trabajara con la nocion propuesta por Eleonor Faur (2014) que concibe al cuidado desde la dimension social y politica, en vinculo con la concepcion de cuidado en tanto "derecho al cuidado" (Rodriguez Enriquez y Pautassi, 2014), que introduce la dimension de exigibilidad en el marco de las obligaciones estatales, mas aun en el caso de las mujeres madres privadas de libertad.
They will perform one-piano, four-hands suites by Claude Debussy, Gabriel Faur and Maurice Ravel.
ALL TO PLAY FAUR Ale Faurlin faces a fight for his future at Loftus Road
Anita Pugh The same happened to Bertrand faur in Travanabach industrial estate in july 2000.
FAUR Ruby is in dreamland after landing the Champion on Faugheen
Unsurprisingly, many of the obstacles these pioneers faced were social: Freda du Faur, one of New Zealand's early female mountaineers, harrumphed at the expense of hiring a porter as a chaperone, to avoid the reputational damage involved in climbing Mount Sealy accompanied only by a male guide.
Always made in England, only the finest quality mohair, plush and faur fur is used.
The picture was of none other than hot Frenchman Alex Faur Znakeit, which set Elissa's fans on fire.
After the November 4-5 visit of the OSCE MG Co-Chairs Igor Popov of Russia, James Warlick of the USA and Jacques Faur
Desde el punto de vista metodologico, no existe una sola perspectiva y lo que hay en su lugar es una combinacion de diversos enfoques para los estudios de caso y distintas formas de abordar las estrategias comparativas (Jordana y Levi Faur, 2004).