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Adj.1.lxxxvi - being six more than eightylxxxvi - being six more than eighty    
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The contracting authority draws the attention of the tenderers to the fact that act lxxxvi of 2007 on electricity according to section 74 para.
Revista Chilena de Historia y Geografia LXXXVI, no 94 (1939): 242-79.
El 7 de mayo, los integrantes de la LXXXVI Legislatura del Senado de Texas--The Senate of the State of Texas, resolution No.
Anejo LXXXVI de la Revista de la Seccion de Filologia de la Facultad de Filosofia y Letras.
--1943, Vepsan murteiden lauseopillinen tutkimus, Helsinki (MSFOU LXXXVI).
This pattern changes in a final extended anecdote that the author gave at the start of chapter LXXXVI. This anecdote, set in the reign of the catholicos Isho'yahb I of Arzun (582-595), describes how the people of al-Hira wrote to the catholicos asking that one Sharih ibn Sarjan ibn Lahiq the teacher (malfan) be elected bishop.
La decision se sustento finalmente en el Plan Estrategico de la Facultad de Medicina (2) aprobado por el Consejo de la Facultad de Medicina mediante acuerdo No1589 y Resolucion de Decanato 358-FM-95 (sesion LXXXVI del jueves 17 de agosto de 1995), que incluia entre sus metas prioritarias impulsar el desarrollo de la investigacion y garantizar su difusion oportuna.
(15.) "Il percorso della poesia di Andrea Zanzotto", in TP: LXXXVI.
(2013): "Evolucion urbana de un sector de la ciudad de Tortosa durante la Antiguedad: intervenciones arqueologicas en la calle de Sant Domenech", Archivo Espanol de Arqueologia, LXXXVI, pp.
lxxxvi. the day aftir seint Edward the kyng." This is the first of the numerous uncertainties about the Oxford presses.
LXXXVI) continue et enrichit le travail de compilation et amalgame de sources, qui, pour l'essentiel, avait ete fait avant la fin du VIe (cf.