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Ance is a fictional character from the 1974 TV series Fairty-tales at Krkonose Mountains.
ANCE a.k.a. Associazione Nazionale Costruttori Edili is the Italian Association of private construction contractors, active in public works, residential and industrial building. It represents 20 regional organisations, 101 provincial associations and 20,000 construction companies of any specialization and dimension.
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An Analytical Digest of all the reported Cases determined by the High Court of Admiralty of England, the Lords Commissioners of Appeal in Prize Causes, and by the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council; also of the analogous cases in the Common Law, Equity and Ecclesiastical Courts, and of the Statutes applicable to the cases reported; with notes and appendix (1847)
by William Tarn PRITCHARD
ance is an important ingredient in determining a Law Mag. (Notes of Cases), 285. assistance having been unnecessary and refused. Salvors condemned in 5l. compensation for work and labour: it is to be estimated on a more enlarged and ...
Opaque hemithorax with mediastinal shift in a newborn: differential diagnosis Congenital diaphragmatic hernia Congenital lobar emphysema Cystic adenomatoid malformation Pleural fluid, usually chylothorax ance is that of an expanded, ...
by Edwin Egede, Peter Sutch
ance means to rethink the activity of expert institutions not as the technical production of pre-determined decisions by some anonymous logic, but choices by well-placed men and women at various spots where power happens.125 In each of ...
by Diomidis H. Stamatis
True self‐insur‐ance is a risk management method whereby an eligible risk is retained but a calculated amount of money is set aside to compensate for the potential future loss. The amount is calculated using actuarial and insurance ...
Written by Himself at Different Intervals, and Revised in 1814 by Richard Watson
the place of that which, notwithstanding its defects, we at present so happily enjoy, the Test-Act ought not to be repealed; and if they have no such views, its continui ance is an oppression. Whether they have or have not such views cannot ...
Romantic Aversions (1998)
Aftermaths of Classicism in Wordsworth and Coleridge by Douglas Kneale
The reason given for such regular or systematic avoid— ance is that apostrophe represents something "which critical discourse cannot comfortably assimilate” ~ that is, Culler suggests, "some innate hostility to voice" (Pursuit 137, 13,6).2 ...
Braunwald's Heart Disease (2011)
A Textbook of Cardiovascular Medicine by Robert O. Bonow, Douglas L. Mann, Douglas P. Zipes, Peter Libby
52,79The typical gross appear- ance is that of a normal to slightly ...
and of English synonymes and paronymes by John Oswald
Ance, denotes feeing or f/ate o/" icing, or (simply,) ' ing : as, vig'ilance, state of being vigilant, or watching/ sub'stonce, standing under, or state of being substantial. Alter, denotes being ...
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He that ance gets his fingers i' the dirt can hardly get them out again.
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Scrabble value of A1N1C3E1
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