But there are some clear examples in Sarmatian
P[alpha][delta][alpha][mu][iota][sigma][tau][omicron][DIGAMMA] (Zgusta 1955: 136f.
In AD175 the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius, sent a large detachment of Sarmatian
cavalry to Britain specifically to defend Hadrian's Wall from invading Picts.
The main man here is Lucius Artorius Castus (Clive Owen), the half-Roman, half-British commander of a Sarmatian
cavalry unit whose orders from Rome are to hold off the barbarian Saxons who are invading from the north.
The elites of Polish Prussia forged an identity rooted in constitutionalism and an elective monarchy, as well as on Prussian, Gothic, and Sarmatian
The latter-day Sarmatian
was a knight-hero, defender of the faith, the country and its traditions and deserving of the nation's pride.
The field was productive from Sarmatian
(Tertiary age) shallow marine sandstones at a depth of around 4,000 feet sub sea.
In a typically Polish Sarmatian
fashion, he argues that liberty is necessary to work efficiently and to develop one's full potential.
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00) will surely take a deal of beating after splitting Chai-Yo and Sarmatian
Exquisite sixth and fifth-century BC classical pottery from the Black Sea, now in the National Museum in Kiev, the sculpted head of a third-century BC Kuschian prince from Tashkent, and intricately-wrought gold and be-gemmed Sarmatian
armbands and jewellery from the first and second centuries BC, now in the museum at Rostov on the Don, are among the treasures that have come as a result of this more catholic approach.
Operations are now underway to perforate the Sarmatian
Formation before moving the rig to the Fauresti-198 for the fourth well re-entry.
Oil-oil correlation by isotopic-geochemical composition shows that oils of the PS are different from reservoir oils of greater age, except for oils from Sarmatian