gorgia


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gorgia

(ˈɡɔːdʒə)
n
(Music, other) an improvised sung passage of music
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Another victim Muhammad Zada of Gorgia told local journalists that his five room house was totally damaged and his family led the night under the open sky.
dobbiamo certo tener conto del fatto che molti testi potenzialmente rilevanti vennero prodotti ma non ci sono pervenuti, pero e pur sempre impressionante constatare che sono docu mentati un'occorrenza del termine in Eraclito (4), due in Ippocrate, una in Tucidide, una in Erodoto, una in Gorgia e pochissimo altro.
Wild and Invasive Species Team, Centre for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health, University of Gorgia, USA.
Within this context, Stevens tackles new issues, such as the occurrence of preaspirated consonants in Sienese, glottalization phenomena, and the interaction of the gorgia toscana with RS.
2] Alagman's Attempt to describe the what, how and why of magnetic water treatment, gorgia, USA 2005.
Platone nel Gorgia (512b) fa dire a Callicle che un costruttore di macchine belliche sara pur utile, tuttavia un 'uomo libero,' ossia un individuo che svolge un'attivita intellettuale, deve disprezzarlo e non dovrebbe dargli la figlia per moglie.
Coming up next is Beijing Capital Airport, which handled a staggering 82 million passengers last year, second only to Hartsfield- Jackson Airport in Atlanta, Gorgia.
Tech Rep Project 3469, Report II, Institute of Paper Science and Technology (API), Atlanta, Gorgia.
La primera se encuentra en Adversus Mathematicos VII 65-87 (DK 82 B 3) del esceptico Sexto Empirico, la segunda, en la obra anonima De Meliso Xenophane Gorgia (DK 82 B 3bis).
Aristotelis quae feruntur de Plantiis, de Mirabilibus auscultationibus, Mechanica, de Lineis insecabiblibus, Ventorum situs et nomina, de Melisso Xenophane Gorgia.
BRIDESMAN/BRIDESMAIDS/PAGEBOYS: Carl Colmer, 22, Emma Trainer, 31, Lucy McCartney, 13, Gorgia Trainer, 11, Catlin Micallef, nine, and Ellie McCartney, six.