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6 130th paragraphs 1 to 2, Section xcii of the 2003 act, Law 36 / a.
Earlier lines from Canto XCII have claimed that "Margarethe von T aufers/and Uncle Carlo /both tried a clean-up" (Cantos, 634), and back in Canto CVII Pound shows the sort of forces they and their predecessors were apparently working against: "brain-wash," "corruption of symbol," "blot-out," the "hog-wash" of the King James Bible as the Latin Vulgate is disastrously cast aside, and so on (Cantos, 774).
XCII floruit ea tempestate qua Leo et Zeno Romanis imperabant.
The Mathematical Way of Thinking," Science, XCII (1940), 439.
Williams and Douglas Emory Wilson (Belknap-Harvard, 1987), xcii + 409 pp.
Two Problems with Tarski's Theory of Consequence", en: Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, XCII (1992), pp.
merced como de sus tenientes licenciado Falcon y Gaspar de San Martin que son los siguientes: Don Juan Zangolqui cacique de Hurinchillo XCII noventa y tres yndios.
Anne Buttin, Henry Bordeaux, romancier savoyard (Chambery: Societe Savoisienne d'Histoire et d'Archeologie, tome XCII, 1990), 71.
See Jurgen Habermas, "Reconciliation through the public use of reason: Remarks on John Rawls's Political Liberalism", The Journal of Philosophy, XCII, 3 (March 1995): 109-131, and John Rawls, "Reply to Habermas", The Journal of Philosophy, XCII, 3 (March, 1995): 132-180.