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tenne

(ˈtɛneɪ)
n
(Heraldry) heraldry a tawny colour used in family crests
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Following Newton's compilation Seneca His Tenne Tragedies (1581), Kyd himself contributed to this world in 1594 when he translated Robert Garnier's Neo-Senecan play Cornelie.
During the rst six months of the year a number of occupiers expanded operations including Tenne T - co in Merthyr (creating 220 jobs), and Genpower in Pembroke Dock (creating 35 jobs).
L'esposizione nazionale che si tenne a Milano nel 1881 fu infatti un evento straordinario di cui si parlo a lungo sui giornali dell'epoca e il cui fiore all'occhiello era rappresentato proprio dalla meccanica.
Redlich M, Katz A, Rapoport L, Wagner HD, Feldman Y, Tenne R.
eom Reshef Tenne is the director of the Helen and Martin Kimmel Center for Nanoseale Science and holds the Drake Family professorship chair in nanotechnology.
Tenne (Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel) has been studying the subject for a couple of decades--since the era when it was on the fringes, to the present day and its current center-stage position.
Joseph Tenne, who will leave the Company to pursue other opportunities, but has agreed to be available for assistance during the transition period.
Ashkelon, Israel -- Abraham Tenne tilts his head upward and takes a gulp of water from a paper cup.
Alexander Neville (London, 1563); and Seneca his Tenne Tragedies Translated into Englysh, ed.
Survivors include two sons, Ken of Scappoose and Frank Tenne foss of Springfield; four grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.
It is worth noting that Newton's edition of Seneca His Tenne Tragedies was the first publication of the complete dramatic work of a Classical writer in English translation.
ed avuto riguardo alia spiccata tendenza di critica troppo libera, che e caratteristica del Conferenziere [Grisar], il quale altra fiata, in un altro discorso letto qui, non si tenne nei limiti convenienti, dichairai esser mia fondata opinione che il divieto comprendesse anche il discorso promesso.