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silen

(ˈsaɪlɪn)
n
1. (Classical Myth & Legend) classical myth a god of woodland
2. (Animals) a species of macaque
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After a long discussion, Jukka Silen from the Finland Section-in-Formation and the Extrusion Europe SIG was unanimously elected as the new Vice Chair.
membranacea are motile in the paternal coelom, like sperm of other gymnolaemate bryozoans (Marcus, 1938; Silen, 1966; Zimmer and Woollacott, 1974; Temkin, 1994).
Muy poca influencia linguistica, en ocasiones limitada al lexico, queda en los distintos dialectos caribenos de aquellas lenguas indigenas y de sus habitantes y, en el caso de Puerto Rico, que es reclamado para la Corona espanola el 19 de noviembre de 1493, el espanol se convirtio en la lengua de facto del territorio (Alvarez Nazario 1982, 1996; Pico 1988; Silen 1993).
In 1966, Silen reported that external cross-fertilization occurred in two gymnolaemate bryozoan species, Electra posidoniae and E.
(3) Castanha tends to rely on old publications by Adalberto Lopez (1980), Loida Figueroa (1978), Stan Steiner (1974), and Juan Angel Silen (1971), among others.
With the support and leadership of Communists, many labor groups dissatisfied with the FLT formed the General Confederation of Workers (Confederacion General de Trabajadores or CGT) in 1940 (Silen 1978: 105-7).
To this group I would add Jose Maria Lima (1934- ), somewhere between a surrealist and a mathematician, Ivan Silen (1944- ), an Artaudian poet who pushed the limit beyond the limit, and the playful, irreverent, and loquacious Joserramon Melendes (1952- ), otherwise known as Che Melendes.
Escobar pone la novela de Ivan Silen entre la de Joyce y la de Dostoevsky.