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posser

(ˈpɒsə)
n
a short stick used for stirring clothes in a washtub
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Similmente nello Spaccio : "facilmente si puo avedere di non posser sussistere senza legge e religione" (Bruno, 2001: 161).
"Fully marks to Michael Posser and his team," Murphy added with a nod to Newmarket's Clerk of the Course and Director of Racing.
Brought to you by MC Mike Keenan, he will be joined by Rob Mitchell, Lesley Kershaw, John Wilson and John Posser, Henry Churniavsky and the headliner, Sian Davies.
In her opening remarks, Celia Posser, President of the Bar Association, highlighted the relevance of the topic, thanked ALSF for facilitating the training and urged the participants to take the opportunity to learn and discuss technical issues among peers.
(37.) Salgueiro ACF, Folmer V, Silva MP, Mendez ASL, Zemolin APP, Posser T, et al.
(16.) Hidalgo MP, Caumo W, Posser M, Coccaro SB, Camozzato AL, Chaves ML.
NEWTON ALEX MAYER (2), BERNARDO UENO (2), VALECIA ADRIANA LUCAS DA SILVA (3), RICARDO ALEXANDRE VALGAS (2), CARLOS AUGUSTO POSSER SILVEIRA (2)
Escribe Bruno en su De l'infinito, universo e mondi: <<il posser fare pone il posser essere fatto>>.
de Almeida, L.M., Leite, M.C., Thomazi, A.P., Battu, C., Nardin, P., Tortorelli, L.S., Zanotto, C., Posser, T., Wofchuk, S.T., Leal, R.B., Goncalves, C.A., Gottfried, C., 2008.