lxviii


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Adj.1.lxviii - being eight more than sixtylxviii - being eight more than sixty    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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Francisco Varo, Genesis, Madrid: BAC (<<Comprender la Palabra>>, 2), 2016, LXVIII + 338 pp., 14,5x21, ISBN 978-84-220-1938-1.
Sidomou, On some symmetric q-special functions, Le Matem-atiche, LXVIII (2013), 107-122.
As Fernald notes, traffic signals were sporadic in London at the time, and did not become electric until 1929 (lxviii).
Em seguida, deve-se mencionar como segunda estrategia investigativa a analise comparada dos vicios de Alexandre e Trajano, tendo os tracos do Imperador romano sido curiosamente apresentados por Diao Cassio (Historia Romana LXVIII, 7) antes de sua narrativa sobre a conquista de Adiabene.
Representation under the Constitution of 1812", Revista de Indias LXVIII: 242 (2008): 97-122.