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For both Ahab and Rubashov, moreover, such navigation terminates in "'closed systems'" (Koestler, Invisible 234) imper vious to perspective or enlightenment.
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Frank, Islamic Historiography and "Bulghar" Identity among the Tatars and Bashkirs of Russia (Leiden: Brill, 1998); Frank, Muslim Religious Institutions in Imper ial Russia: The Islamic World of Novouzensk District and the Kazakh Inner Horde, 1780-1910 (Leiden: Brill, 2001); Christian Noack, Muslimischer Nationalismus im russischen Reich: Nationsbildung und Nationalbewegung bei Tataren und Baschkiren, 1861-1917 (Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2000).
1.a bilabial plosive tense marker -b- in medial position of the Imper fect of verbs of the -ar class and
According to the Infra Oman catalogue, the exhibiting Italian firms include Ditta Casale Giovanni, Faren Chemicals Industries, Imper Italia, Oscam, PlantProfili and SITE Impianti.
Some of the industry's most experienced professionals will be leading sessions, case studies and panel discussions, including Jim Mooney of Steris Corporation, Vera Imper of Becton Dickinson, and Mark Domyahn of St.