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observator

(ˈɒbzəˌveɪtə)
n
an obsolete word for observer
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The Syrian observator for Human Rights said the government forces were in control of 25 percent of Eastern Ghouta.
The offered job is about 225 annual flying hours, which iscentralens ice observator from Narsarsuaq brought round for navigation purposes relevant ismeldelokaliteter 1-3 times a week in order to visual reconnaissance and photography inshore as well as offshore.
The paper analyses official policy documents concerning third sector service provision as well as the content of Observator, a governmental publication by the office in charge of third sector relations, focused explicitly on the relationship between central and local government and third sector organisations in Romania.
1882: The Royal Astronomer witnessed an Unidentified Flying Object from the Greenwich Royal Observator.
Without Borders, Observator Cultural, and Magyar Lettre Internationale.
Reed, Linsday, Argentinas prostituates get militant, Observator, 25 Jan.
Astfel, familia este cea care poate sesiza precoce schimbarile survenite in comportamentul si atitudinile bolnavului, imperceptibile pentru un observator extern si, prin aceasta, sa grabeasca interventia medicului.
Pop, Lucian Vasilescu faziam parte desse cenaculo, bem como Nicolae Tone, que sera um dos editores mais ativos promovendo os novos autores pos-comunistas, ou Carmen Mucat, cofundadora e atual chefe redatora do jornal Observator Cultural.
2007), "Literaturile de circulatie mica si piata americana de carte," (Low Circulation Literatures and the American Book Market), Observator Cultural, (118)7-13, June, Interview with Andrei Codrescu, Carmen Firan, Julian Semilian and Michael Moore, available at: http://www.
Bordas, << Dor de Dunare sj alte nostalgii cosmopolite--Pretil cosmopolitismului >>, Observator Cultural, no.

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