Gallice

Gallice

(ˈɡælɪsɪ)
adv
(Languages) in French
[C19: from Latin]
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Normalmente, o organismo controla a concentracao deste tipo de especies, principalmente por meio da producao de enzimas que catalisam reacoes de inativacao de radicais (Gallice, Messerschmidt e Peralta-Zamora, 2011; Sefora-Sousa e De Angelis-Pereira, 2013).
Iarmarcovai, Sari-Minodier, I., Chaspoul, F., Botta, C., De Meo, M., Orsiere, T., Berge- Lefranc, J., Gallice, P.
Omnes, quae ejus nomine circumferuntur, gallice tragaedias reddiderat, et locupletibus notis, quae pro commentariis essent, illustraverat: Petronii-Arbitri satyricon gallice quoque interpretatus erat, et lacunas insuper, quae incomparabile deformavere opus, insertis de suo, quae convenire intelligebat, ingeniose impleverat.
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Gallice captures this in a brilliant Jacquard weave of intricate detail.
Gallice, "Position based visual servoing: keeping the object in the field of vision," in Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA '02), vol.
Gallice, "A second order Cartesian finite volume method for elliptic interface and embedded Dirichlet problems," Computers and Fluids, vol.
France is also represented by Gallice Security, run by Frederic Gallois, former No.
My dad also had a dog of his own named Gallice which won the first race at Hall Green track on its opening night.
Muhammad Ali asked for a French admiral to be sent to command his fleet and 8,000 French soldiers and sailors; the French government merely sent an engineer, Commandant Gallice, to direct the construction of fortifications for the city.