v. t.1.To pay; to satisfy or appease.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Famous Chakwal party was also highly praised for their folk song Ishq Appay Vi Awalra.
Ele se refere a uma "institucionalizacao da precarizacao", conforme ja observado por Appay e Thebaud-Mony (1997), acrescentando que ha uma nova condicao dos trabalhadores: a "condicao precaria" em substituicao a "condicao salarial", que deixou de ser predominante na Franca (CASTEL, 2010).
(11) Appay et al., (12) have shown that HIV-1 infection is associated with an increase in circulating CD4 T cells containing perforins, even in PHI, expressing markers of cytotoxic activity in large amounts.
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Nicolas Macagno, (1) Stephane Fuentes, (2) Gonzague de Pinieux, (3) Andre Maues de Paula, (1) Sebastien Salas, (4) Jean-Camille Mattei, (5) Charlotte Dupuis, (4) Romain Appay, (1) Alain Aurias, (6) Henry Dufour, (2) Dominique Figarella-Branger, (1) and Corinne Bouvier (1)
(11.) Appay V, Almeida JR, Sauce D, Autran B, Papagno L.
(17.) Appay V, Dunbar PR, Callan M, Klenerman P, Gillespie GM, Papagno L, Ogg GS, King A, Lechner F, Spina CA, Little S, Havlir DV, Richman DD, Gruener N, Pape G, Waters A, Easterbrook P, Salio M, Cerundolo V, McMichael AJ, Rowland-Jones SL.
Edited by Thornley (management, Keele U., UK), Jefferys (director, Working Lives Research Institute, London Metropolitan U.), and Appay (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France), this volume provides an international, multidisciplinary, multisectoral, and multiscalar exploration of how recent changes in global production and employment systems are bringing about increasing precariousness of production and employment and the implications for, and responses by, workers and their representative organizations.