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Madic

Place

Madic is a commune in the Cantal department in south-central France.

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Google previewHigh performance computing and networking (2001)

by Wolfgang Gentzsch, Uwe Harms

MADIC is a multidisciplinary analysis and design industry ...

Google previewDictionary of Acronyms and Technical Abbreviations (2001)

For Information and Communication Technologies and Related Areas by J. Vlietstra

MADIC Machinery Acoustic Data Information Center MADICT Modular Advanced Development IC-Tester MADL Maximum Allowable Defect Level MADM Multi- Attribute Decision Making MADN Multiple Access Directory Numbers MADR ...

Google previewAn Ethnohistorical Dictionary of China (1998)

by James Stuart Olson

Sarikols are primarily semino- madic mountain farmers and pastoralists who raise wheat, barley, and peas in the spring.

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of East Timor (2010)

by Geoffrey C. Gunn

Lisbon: Madic, 1993. Amal, Teresa. Timor Leste: Crónica de Observação da Coragem. Coimbra, Portugal: Quarteto, 2002.

Google previewA Dictionary of the Pathan Tribes on the North-west Frontier of India (1899)

No- madic, a minor 'fraction of Saiad Khel, Isot Khel, Mian Khel, Lbhana, Pawindahs. Headman ; Azim Khan. Malak Khel.— A minor fraction of Sikandav Khel, Abdul Khel, Bora Khel '(1.C0O), 'Mohmit Khel,, . Utmanzai, ' Darwesh Khel Wazirs.

Google previewTheological Dictionary of the Old Testament (1995)

by G. Johannes Botterweck, Helmer Ringgren

no- madic world73 and is therefore very ancient. Ex. 3:8 (J) associates with the words "a land flowing with milk and honey" the phrase "a good and broad land," ...

Google previewThe Oxford Dictionary of Islam (2004)

by John L. Esposito

and is sometimes generically used to refer to any no- madic desert dweller, from West and North Africa to Central Asia, but ...

Google previewEthnic Groups of the Americas: An Encyclopedia (2013)

An Encyclopedia by James B. Minahan

After World War II, the Canadian government forced the semino— madic Innus to settle in permanent com— munities. In the 1980s, activists began to work for cultural and linguistic rights and to press for the resolution of long—standing land ...

Google previewDictionary of Wars (2013)

by George Childs Kohn

Symeon allied himself with the Patzinaks, a no, madic people ...

Google previewBritain and the Americas (2005)

Culture, Politics, and History : a Multidisciplinary Encyclopedia by Will Kaufman, Heidi Slettedahl Macpherson

Over the years, the no- madic way of life of the natives changed as they interacted with the Europeans to ex- ploit the region's fur resources. The natives trapped the fur-bearing animals and transported the furs to trading posts such as Fort ...

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Scrabble value of M3A1D2I1C3

The value of this 5-letter word is 10 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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