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Noun1.Odo - French pope from 1088 to 1099 whose sermons called for the First Crusade (1042-1099)Odo - French pope from 1088 to 1099 whose sermons called for the First Crusade (1042-1099)
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Upon which the bishop had been constrained to recite to him the ordinance of Legate Odo, which excepts certain great dames,
In the first place attempts have been made to show that "Hesiod" is a significant name and therefore fictitious: it is only necessary to mention Goettling's derivation from IEMI to ODOS (which would make `Hesiod' mean the
Meanwhile, she said her office observes that the solicitor general effectively recognized Carandang as the ODO.
So if 8(2) is still dead and buried, from where does the President source this power to suspend ODO Carandang?
ODO focuses primarily on travel and tourism and has developed numerous training programmes for airports, airlines, airline service companies and ground handlers.
Sin embargo, existe un rasgo autoral: "las adaptaciones del clerigo castellano a su epoca implicaron una recreacion y actualizacion muy valiosa del libro de Odo de Cheriton".
Odo said tribal communities had always been a target.
If a pilot requested an ODO departure, I'd examine the big picture.
Because, as Kuefler explains in Chapters 2 and 3, modern historians have mined Geralds life for information about Odo and ninth- and early tenth-century Southern France during a time when the Carolingians were losing their grip on power.
I'r rheini a astudiodd Archaeoleg mewn Prifysgol, mae Castell Odo yn un o'r safleoedd pwysicaf o ran deall natur bryngaerau yng Nghymru, ac o dan oruchwyliaeth Leslie Alcock fe gloddiwyd y gaer yn y 60au gan ddarganfod fod yr amddiffynfeydd yn rhai aml-gyfnod.
The ODO passed word to Maintenance Control, and at 1430 all personnel were cleared from the flight line.
who was also present at the unveiling ceremony, said "Vector and Odo will herald a new era in the loading and transportation of various goods.