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Clu·ny

 (klo͞o′nē, klo͞o-nē′, klü-)
A town of east-central France north-northwest of Lyon. Its abbey, the center of an influential religious order, was founded in 910.

Cluny

(ˈkluːnɪ; French klyni)
n
(Placename) a town in E central France: reformed Benedictine order founded here in 910; important religious and cultural centre in the Middle Ages. Pop: 4835 (2006)

Clu•ny

(ˈklu ni; Fr. klüˈni)

n.
a town in E France, N of Lyons: ruins of a Benedictine abbey. 4335.
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Estamos a la espera de la respuesta de la UWW porque ya cumplimos con gran parte de los requisitos, como el Cluni (Clave Unica de Inscripcion al Registro Federal de las Organizaciones de la Sociedad Civil), el alta en la Secretaria de Hacienda, que nos pidio la internacional.
cioe C) afferma con chiarezza: "Epitaphe de saint Sidoine telle quelle se trouve a la fin d'un tres ancien manuscrit des reuvres de ce Saint, conserve dans la bibliotheque de l'Abbaye de Cluni (sic).
Luego del edicto de Constantino, hasta Gregorio Magno y luego a Cluni, en el cual el canto llano comienza su verdadero recorrido, dependiendo de la comunidad en la cual se practica.
el qual todos los monjes criados d'este monasterio, los quales en la primera benida de los monjes de Cluni avian fluido por diversos lugares, el los recogio con amor filial".
Pero tras la llegada de Carlos Hermosillo al timon de la Conade en el actual sexenio, el COM volvio a obtener los beneficios de la partida presupuestal, ahora si con el registro del Cluni.
Si para entonces el COM ya cuenta con la Cluni, entonces ambas partes (el COM y la Conade) firmarian un nuevo convenio en el que quedaria especificado el destino que tendrian los 31.
Given this, researchers have argued that essentialized meanings of Blackness and discourses on race in general are being challenged and transformed (Alfred, 2010; Benson, 2006; Brooks & Clunis, 2007; Kretsedemas, 2008; Warner, 2012).
Midfielders Ellis Green and Nyren Clunis also chipped in on the goal front with 13 goals each for the Hamlet last season.
The public's perception of schizophrenia has been shaped by films such as Psycho and by paranoid schizophrenics such as Christopher Clunis who murdered Jonathan Zito in 1992.
The public's perception of schizophrenia has been shaped byfilms such as Psycho and by paranoid schizophrenics such as Christopher Clunis, who murdered Jonathan Zito in 1992 and Paul Khan who killed pensioner Brian Dodd in 2003.
It was established in 1994, following the publication of the report about the care and treatment of Christopher Clunis, who killed Jonathan Zito in 1992 at Finsbury Park tube station in London.
Lisa Clunis, 17, was among dozens of volunteers who hauled horse trailers to Malibu and helped residents in canyons evacuate their horses and livestock.