chapt

chapt

(tʃæpt)
adj
an obsolete word for chapped
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Zakaria, "Measuring Nanofluid Thermal Diffusivity and Thermal Effusivity: The Reliability of the Photopyroelectric Technique," in Nanofluid Heat and Mass Transfer in Engineering Problems, Chapt. 4, M.
Eurasian Union of Scientists, 2016, no.12(33), chapt. 2, pp.
The Gospel reading was taken from Luke chapt 5 vs 1-11 'Jesus calls His first disciples'.
TouadAaAaAeA@ra's presidential inauguration marked the final chapt of the political transition that began after the predominantly Muslim militia known as SAaAaAeA@lAaAaAeA@ka in late 2012 seized power from Presi FranAaAaAeAoois BozizAaAaAeA@, a Christian.
liv Bark sta Ronn chapt tim t als leoht His co-starring role in The Two Ronnies has earned him a chapter in the book of all-time comedy greats, but this documentary also reveals some lesser-known details of his life, such as his days as a devout teenage organist and first screen role in You're Only Young Twice.
(40) [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], Marquis Lu on Punishments, chapt 55.
On June 15, 2015, one of the most restrictive ordinances on home-sharing in the country became effective in Santa Monica, California (Santa Monica Municipal Code ("SMMC"), [sec] 1, Chapt. 6.20).
Under the New York State Multiple Dwelling Law (Chapt. 713, A* 4), buildings that are occupied by more than three families may not be rented on a short-term basis of less than 30 days.
For the second inequality, just apply spatial realization functor, [6, Chapt. 17].