Jacobine

Jac´o`bine

    (jăk´ô`bĭn)
n.1.A Jacobin.
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Anne, next to Tanners' mosque, an old Jacobine church," said Archbishop Soueif.
7 federation with eight points, all coming from the two-point territory, while Jacobine Klerx added six points.
They are 6-2 Sharon Beld, 29, 6-0 Louce Bettonril, 24, 5-8 Jacobine Klerx, 23 and 5-6 Karin Kuijt, 27.
The standard substances for the tested PAs echimidine, erucifoline, erucifoline-N-oxide, europine, europine-N-oxide, heliotrine, heliotrine-N-oxide, intermedine, jacobine, jacobine-N-oxide, lasiocarpine, lasiocarpine-Noxide, lycopsamine, monocrotaline, monocrotaline-N-oxide, retrorsine, retrorsine-N-oxide, senecionine, senecionine-N-oxide, seneciphylline, seneciphylline-N-oxide, senkirkine, and trichodesmine were acquired from PhytoLab, Germany.
L'ecole, notamment dans la tradition jacobine francaise vise, par sa cloture comme dispositif de transmission, a reproduire l'enfant, comme eleve, par la mise en place de pratiques nommees, le fameux curriculum, sa conception en reference a une image ideale qu'il s'agit de realiser dans la perspective d'une integration sociale.
Jacobine (Henkel Corp., Rocky Hill, Connecticut, USA).