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n.1.See Haulm, stalk.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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16 Materko, W.; Duarte, M.; Haum Juinor, H.S.; Santos, E.L.
Se haum sentimento corriqueiro de que a corrupcao torna-se presente e recorrente na esfera publica, pois muitos casos surgem naforma de escandalos, e porque elapotencializa a mudanca e a ordenacao e, de algum modo, ativa as forcas constituintes de uma determina da comunidade politica.
Christian Boltanski, Art Spiegelman, Barbara Rose Haum, and others, have done so within the context of an artistic vision, through fidelity to fact and a sensitivity to the vulnerability of ambiguity--ironic, comic, or tragic.
(78.) Gouws, A and R Kadalie, "Women in the struggle: The past and the future", in Liebenberg, I, Lotan, F, Nel, B and G Van der Westhuizen (eds), The Long March, HAUM publishers, Pretoria, 1994, p 218.
Pretorius, Man van die Daad: n Biografie van Bruckner de Villiers (HAUM, Cape Town, 1959), pp.
As documented by Haum [2] in the context of the engineering curriculum, teaching about the social and ethical dimensions in a standalone course separates the social material from the technical, and can thereby convey an underlying message to students: social issues do not really count when you are doing your technical work.
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Mohammed Haum Khan, aged 37, of Cambridge Street, Hillfields, Coventry, using a vehicle without insurance, banned from driving for six months under totting-up provisions, fined pounds 200.