Julius

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Julius

[ˈdʒuːlɪəs] NJulio
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CIANI, sent, diei 16 iulii 2009, sentencia no publicada.
Mikha, an amateur poet and teacher, is fired from his job after he is caught with a text by the arrested author Iulii Daniel.
Among the documents are a review of Lenin's Tasks of the Social Democrats from economic journal Rabochee Delo Number One, the resolution of an emigre Party conference in Geneva during June 1901, a letter from Iulii Martov to the London section of the editorial board of the newspaper Iskra, Georgii Plekhanov's "What is Not To Be Done" in Iskra No.
Entre sus obras mas conocidas estan la Vida de Agricola (De vita et moribus iulii Agricolae), l a Germania (De origine, situ, moribus ac populis Germanorum) y los Anales (Libri ab excessu divi August).
In Minkina's account, the deputies were not enlightened allies of the Russian administration who were alienated from traditional institutions in the Pale, as Iulii Gessen portrayed them; nor did deputies form a united front with fellow Jews to stave off hostile state institutions, as Simon Dubnov argued.
Iulii, et il a peut-etre paru inutile de mentionner ce gentilice tres banal).
portada), Impressum Venetiis per Bernardinum Vercellensem Iussu domini Andreae Torresano de Assula MCCCCCII die primo Iulii (colofon), f.
On the other hand, in Tacitus' historical works (De uita et moribus Iulii Agricolae, (11) De origine et situ Germanorum, (12) Historiae (13) and Annals (14)), the description of facts and discourses chosen for the books, fully benefits from the art of eloquence.
Quod vobis proveniet absolute, si libellum Iulii Oratoris, quem vobis reliqui, studiose legere festinetis; qui maria, insulas, montes famosos, provincias, civitates, flumina, gentes ita quadrifaria distinctione complexus est, ut paene nihil libro ipsi desit, quod ad cosmographiae notitiam cognoscitur pertinere.
In her rendition Lenin appears to be the more effective revolutionary and party leader than the vain Georgii Plekhanov, the acknowledged 'Father of Russian Marxism', or the feckless Menshevik leader, Iulii Martov, or the ageing Bohemian, Vera Zasulich.
99766, 11 iulii 1967, in Leges Ecclesiae III/3577, 5217.
Liber de somniis cum Iulii Caesaris Scaligeri commentariis.