Billot

Bil´lot


n.1.Bullion in the bar or mass.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Later on I served an adult apprenticeship as a stereotyper - we used to produce the curved plates for the printing presses - and working in a newspaper environment I studied how reporters such as Brian Radford, Clive Phillips, John Billot, George Williams and others went about their work.
She began by showing a clip from the documentary "Babies," which highlights the first year of life of babies from four parts of the world (Balmes, Billot, Chabat, & Rouxel, 2010).
As a result, people of D.I.Khan, Billot Sharif, Wapda Colony, Tank, Kulachi, Daraban, Bandkurai and Wana would face inconvenience.
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Pope with The only previous cardinal resignation came in 1927 when French cardinal Lois Billot stepped-down for political reasons.
The only previous case of a cardinal resigning came in 1927, when Pope Pius XI accepted the resignation of French cardinal Lois Billot, who had himself renounced his status for political reasons.
Patel A, MacMahon S, Chalmers J, Neal B, Billot L, Woodward M et al.
I can pay him no higher compliment." The former rugby writer John Billot described Evans as Maesteg's "guiding genius", and in 1982 the Maesteg Comprehensive School product was Welsh rugby's player of the year.
Assim, a diminuicao da coativacao parece nao influenciar no aumento da atividade neural dos agonistas, corroborando os achados de Morse e colaboradores (2007) e Billot e colaboradores (2014).
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