xci


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Adj.1.xci - being one more than ninetyxci - being one more than ninety    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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The genes involved in the mechanism underlying XCI as well as those causing a variety of imprinted phenotypes have been extensively examined using knockout mice and in human patients with diseases of genomic imprinting.
344 y 374; Jean-Andre Roux, "Ce que sera la Criminalite apres la guerre", en Revue Politique et Pariementaire, ano 24, tomo XCI, 1923, pp.
Concerning a uniform system of legal rules, a decisive step was taken at the end of 1990 to approve an act on the general tax-administration (Act XCI of 1990).
Philip Petit, "Review of John Rawls, Political Liberalism", en: The Journal ofPhilosophy XCI, 1994, pp.
34) John Purves, 'Fowler and Scoto-Italian Cultural Relations in the Sixteenth Century', in Meikle, iii, xci.
Sense, Nonsense, and the Senses: An Inquiry into the Powers of the Human Mind", en: The Journal of Philosophy, XCI (1994), pp.
27) Real Decreto de 15 de junio de 1864, en Coleccion Legislativa de Espana, Madrid, 1864, XCI, pp.
Notes XCI Founder and CEO Jerry Drew, "There was a serious need for something that could fill the void between individual thermostats and expensive building automation systems.
The 16mm hand-held camera Navy documentary on the XCI jammer that prevented major destruction of a US Navy crew and battlecruiser is as vivid in my mind as when I first saw it.
Dentro de dos dias celebraremos el XCI aniversario de la Revolucion Mexicana.
Liebersohn, `Discovering Indigenous Nobility: Tocqueville, Chamisso and Romantic Travel Writing' American Historical Review, xci (1994).
xci a xciii), en lui faisant jouer son propre role: celui d'ambassadeur de France a Rome en 1829.