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annates

(ˈæneɪts; -əts)
pl n
(Roman Catholic Church) RC Church the first year's revenue of a see, an abbacy, or a minor benefice, paid to the pope
[C16: plural of French annate, from Medieval Latin annāta, from Latin annus year]
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From 1909 until 1912, Annates des Sciences Psychiques regularly carried detailed reports of Ochorowicz's experiments with Tomczyk, descriptions of the two kinds of rays he claimed to have discovered, and photographs of the "fluidic" phenomena produced.
(1992) 'Ernest Itela: chef du CEC de Coquilhatville (1934-1953)', Annates /Equatoria 13: 499-504.
Cerny, "Quelques ostraca hieratiques ine'dits de Thebes au Musee du Caire," Annates du Service des Antiquites de l'Egypte 27 (1927): 202.
Bonnetblanc, "Assessment of tele-expertise among elderly subjects in retirement homes," Annates de Dermatologie et de Venereologie, vol.
In: Annates de readaptation et de medecine physique: revue scientifique de ta Societe francaise de reeducation fonctionnette de readaptation et de medecine physique.
(57) Laboulaye, Speech given at the "Seance du 28 Janvier 1875," in Annates de l'assemblee nationale: compte-rendu in extenso des seances annexes, vol.
"Are People Willing to Pay to Reduce Others' Incomes?" Annates d'Economie et Statistiques, 63, 2001, 39-65.
A review in the Annates de Geogaphie, on the other hand, was a short paragraph noting the goal of his trip and its stories about dayaks, plants and animals, etc--it added that it had been reported that some of his plant specimens had been planted in Cochin China and Annam; Annates de Geographie 1903:199.
Luther realized the great bulk of papal taxes--the ancient decima, the annates, purveyances, rights of spoil, census, charities, including indeed Peter's pence that placed a burden on his country's poor- were heading for the Roman curia.
Although his work recognizes timber as a necessity for the Muslim economy, the author, in the purest tradition of Annates, gives us a work of economic history and historical geography that for him consists in the study between man and nature (27).
(7) Originalmente publicado en Barthes, Roland (1961), "Toward a Psycociology of Contemporary Food Consumation", Annates, Economies, Societes Civilisations 5 (Sep-Oct), pp.