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Adj.1.lxii - being two more than sixtylxii - being two more than sixty    
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1954) 'Individual choice in the market and in voting', Journal of Political Economy LXII (4): 334-43.
description of the contractI - XXXII MedicineXXXIII - XXXIV Human AlbuminXXXV MedicineInsulin XXXVIXXXVII MedicineXXXVIII - XXXIX iodine, intravenous, non-ionic contrast agentXL iodine, intravenous, non-ionic contrast agent having registration for oral administrationXLI MedicineXLII preparations for X-rayXLIII iodine contrast agentXLIV - XLVII MedicineXLVIII Gel for catheterizationXLIX SodalimeL Means flammableLI - LX Drugs p / cancerLXI - LXII MedicineLXIII - LXIV Medicine bought as part of the import targetLXV MedicineDrugs LXVI p / cancerA detailed description of the contract with the quantities of attachments from 2 to 67 to the ToR.
Premesse a una definizione normativa dell'autore-narratore manzoniano, in <<italica>>, LXII, IV, 1985, pp.
The army suspected the lxii of deep sympathy with leftist guerrillas.
Joint Committee Report 1861 Report of the Joint Committee Appointed by the Lords of the Committee of the Privy Council for Trade and the Atlantic Telegraph Company to Inquire into Construction of Submarine Telegraph Cables, Together with the Minutes of Evidence and Appendix, 1861, Command Papers, [2744] LXII.
Baburaj, Anti inflammatory action of Lannea coromandelica by HRBC membrane stabilization, Fitoterapia, LXII, 1, 81-83 (1991).
Mitchell, "Our Army's Air Service," American Review of Reviews, LXII (September, 1920), pp.
On behalf of the Federacion Mexicana de Colegios de Anestesiologia, I want to thank you for your brilliant participation at our LXII Congreso Mexicana de Anestesiologia held in Leon, Mexico last week.
But John Nicols, a professor of history and the classics at the University of Oregon, who is LXII years old (you figure that one out), believes it has something to do with the first Super Bowl (which was actually called the "AFL-NFL World Championship Game') being played in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
McCabe's recent report on the state of the Belfast workhouse," Parliamentary Papers LXII (1880): 147, where he observes that although the workhouse is much improved, it is still over-crowded, and filthy water comes up through the tiles in the nursery.