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Nerva

(ˈnɜːvə)
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(Biography) full name Marcus Cocceius Nerva. ?30–98 ad, Roman emperor (96–98), who introduced some degree of freedom after the repressive reign of Domitian. He adopted Trajan as his son and successor

Ner•va

(ˈnɜr və)

n.
Marcus Cocceius, A.D. 32?–98, emperor of Rome 96–98.
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In 2012, two pairs bred on offshore Nerva Island (Table 1).
Para Trajano, que ja desempenhara uma carreira militar de sucesso, a identificacao com os soldados foi um dos fatores que pesaram em sua escolha como sucessor de Nerva. Assim, Plinio, ao enfatizar no Panegirico a imagem de vir militaris de Trajano agia em sintonia tanto com a caracteristica do principe quanto com uma necessidade ideolOgica do Principado.
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In 1935, Renault represented France at the Universal Exposition in Brussels, Belgium, with several passenger cars, including the Celtaquatre, the Nerva Grand Sport, and the Nervastella.
Elsewhere, Nexter Robotics released details of the new functionalities of its Nerva robot family in February 2015.
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