Carus


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Ca´rus

    (kā´rŭs)
n.1.(Med.) Coma with complete insensibility; deep lethargy.
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ISBN 978-3-15-011096-6 (Reclam); ISBN 978-3-89948-287-4 (Carus).
The source for this critical edition (publisher's catalogue number Carus 27.082) was the only one surviving source--Zelenka's autograph.
Andre Carus argues for a third point of connection, via Carnap's voluntarism.
1.30: B Hawker (Carus G); M J Hawker (Carus G); J Gibson (Sill); B Gibson (Sill).
The former zinc smelting grounds east of Sterling and Zinc streets, and the next-door grounds at Carus Chemical Co., including land sloping eastward to the Little Vermilion River, also are targeted for cleanup.
Carus, who is 8-3-2 with two stoppages as a pro, had been set to make his return on June 24 at the Wythenshawe Forum as part of the undercard to Jimmy Kelly Jr's vacant IBF European superwelterweight title showdown against an opponent to be named.
Seth Cams, National Defense University, Bldg 62, 300 5th Ave SW, Washington, DC 20319, USA; email: carus.wmdcenter@gmail.com
ROBERT BOOTH landed his first major title when he won the PGA North Region Championship at Carus Green.
JOSH Leather has been sparring his last opponent Tommy Carus in preparation for his sixth professional contest in London on Monday night.
One such seminar was held this past weekend with guest David Carus, who delivered a seminar called “You Can Be an Artist.” The seminar gave insightful information on how to make a career out of one's passion.