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cursus

(ˈkɜːsəs)
n
1. (Archaeology) a Neolithic earthwork enclosure comprising parallel banks
2. (Historical Terms) a racecourse or running-track
3. (Christian Churches, other) a sequence of prayers
4. (Education) an academic course
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La Harvard Kennedy School of Government a annonce la creation d'un nouveau programme de bourse pour financer l'inscription de deux Tunisiens par an au Master of Public Administration de la Kennedy School, un cursus de deux ans.
a ce propos le directeur de l'etablissement penitentiaire de Kolea fera savoir lors de son allocution au debut de la ceremonie qu'en 2004, seuls 3165 detenus etaient inscrits dans le cursus de l'enseignement general.
Trois cursus ont ete mis en place, menant a une certification precise enregistree au Repertoire national des certifications professionnelles (RNCP) francais, reconnue a l'international.
Attires par des formations de pointe et des specialisations adaptees aux besoins des entreprises internationales, ils sont aujourd'hui plus de 50.000 etudiants marocains a suivre leur cursus universitaire a l'etranger, essentiellement en Europe.
In a prosopographical analysis, he reconstructs senatorial cursus based on the currently known source material.
In the Middle Ages what is called the cursus honorum, the "course of honor," took hold, gradually eliminating women from the diaconate.
Perhaps a surprising omission (apart from a brief mention by Buckley in her introduction) is discussion of the eighth-century Ratio de curs<ib>us, which documents and defends distinctions between the cursus scottorum and the cursus gallicorum, formulated just as the Roman liturgy was being imposed across many continental abbeys which proudly remembered their Irish founders.
El tema abordado es el servicio estatal de comunicaciones y transportes, comunmente denominado por la doctrina como cursus publicus, que ha sido un servicio, segun diversos autores, malinterpretado (3) y sobre todo traducido--y sigue siendolo en algunas publicaciones--de forma confusa como "posta oficial", "servicio postal estatal", "posta publica" "servicio de correos" ("servizi di posta", "post office" o "government post"), que si bien en origen surge como un servicio de comunicacion que pudiera asemejarse a un sistema postal estatal, no abarca todo el sentido que en Roma cumplio, pues tambien incluyo conjuntamente todo un servicio oficial de transporte de personas y de objetos pertenecientes al Estado, tal y como lo define Humbert (4).
The 15-inch wood post is thought to have formed part of a cursus, a processional walkway, surrounded by a stone circle.
The main body of the Tractatus is comprised of questions twenty-one through twenty-three of Material Logic of Poinsot's Cursus philosophicus, renumbering the texts into three independent "books." In their original context, these books are devoted to the section of the Ars logica treating matters of signification arising in the context of Aristotle's On Interpretation.
Contract notice: Framework agreement on customized training actions "cursus managerial" and customized training actions "for the sector information / communication."
La segunda parte estudia el cursus honorum de los obispos, los factores que influyen en su preparacion, el estilo que adoptan en el ejercicio de su funcion y su dimension intelectual y espiritual.