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1. translated.
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1958 -- The Mischief by Assia Djebar, transl from the French by Frances Frenaye (Simon & Schuster)
Krein, Introduction to the Theory of linear non-selfadjoint operators in Hilbert space, English transl. Amer.
and transl.], Fishing, hunting and headhunting in the former culture of the Ngaju Dayak in Central Kalimantan: notes from the manuscripts of the Ngaju Dayak authors Numan Kunum and Ison Birim, from the legacy of Dr.
Egitim uygulama okulu egitim programi (transl.: Teaching curriculum of education practice school), Ankara: National Education Press.
(104) Joint Communique, supra note 24, [paragraph] 5 (transl. by
Arthurs returns to TranSl, where he previously served in various capacities, including director of R&D, engineering manager, and senior R&D engineer.
Donaldson, Julia, Monks, Lydia and Robertson, James (transl.)
The investigators predicted this would be sufficient to eliminate dengue in low- or mod erate-transmission areas but probably wouldn't accomplish complete control in the highest-risk areas (Sci Transl Med.
In the laboratory, they received caffeine or placebo 3 hours before their normal bedtime and were exposed to either bright or dim (control) light at bedtime (Sci Transl Med.
(35.) Michel Seuphor, "Pour la defense d'une architecture," in Cercle et carre 1 (1930); English transl. from Cercle et Carre and the International Spirit of Abstract Art, 73-78.
/ The ones we've got are all so lousy" (Aristophanes, Frogs 70-71, transl. Ian Johnston).
Badiou Alain, Being and Event, transl. Oliver Feltham, London, Continuum, 2007 [1988].