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Definition of the noun Arce

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Arce is a genus of Tortricidae, described by de Joannis in 1919.

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Google previewThe Saturday Review of Politics, Literature, Science and Art (1899)

Nunez de Arce is a typical instance of precisely the kind of writer who is certain of an indulgent treatment at the hands of the critics. There is so little to blame ; yes, so little either to blame or to praise. Here is a poet who takes himself seriously, ...

Google previewThe History of the World Federation of Neurology (2014)

The First 50 Years by Johan A. Aarli

Jose Arce would be the man in Argentina to designate the members of the Argentinian Commission for the next International Neurological Congress. Professor Jose Arce is a member of the new Government and could be very useful to you.

Google previewThe Art of Flight (2015)

by Sergio Pitol

It would be an aberration, after reading Rubén Darío, to claim that the Spaniard Núñez de Arce is a great poet. One can—and should—write in a way that is different and even antagonistic to these writers. The mere existence of a great creator ...

Google previewInformation Security and Ethics: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications (2007)

Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications by Nemati, Hamid

ARCE is a Latin American project where the 21 countries making up the Latin- American Association of Governmental Organisms of Civil Defence and Protection are cooperating to create a Web-based platform to improve assistance in disaster ...

Google previewLetters on Italy (1820)

by Antoine Laurent Castellan

Arce is an ancient city of the Volsci j built on a precipitous rock, washed by the Liris, and about eight miles from Arpino.

Google previewCombat Sports: An Encyclopedia of Wrestling, Fighting, and Mixed Martial Arts (2009)

by David L. Hudson Jr.

ARCE, JORGE 1979 . Jorge Arce is one of the best little men in boxing and a former twotime junior flyweight champion.

Google previewDictionary of Wars (2013)

by George Childs Kohn

disrupted thefederation«s congressin Guatemala City, the capital; Arce, quarreling with hisownparty, assumed ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Latino Culture (2013)

From Calaveras to Quinceañeras by Charles Tatum

Arce Among the cultural elites who disseminated the ideology of México de afuera (Mexican exiles who lived in the United States who sought to maintain Mexican culture) was one political refugee who, through writing as well as ...

Google previewAbbreviations Dictionary, Tenth Edition (2001)

by Dean A. Stahl, Karen Landen

Resources Control Board; Army Regular Commissions Board; Association of Reserve City Bankers arccos arccosine arccot arccotangent arccsc arccosecant Arc Cur Arctic Current arce amphibious river-crossing equipment ARCE American ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Computer Science and Technology (1997)

Volume 37 - Supplement 22: Artificial Intelligence and Object-Oriented Technologies to Searching: An Algorithmic Tour by Allen Kent, James G. Williams

Arce and N. C. Gallagher, "BTC Image Coding Using Median Filter Roots," IEEE Trans. Commun., COM-3l(6) (1983). 17. J. P. Fitch, E. J. Coyle, and N. C. Gallagher, "Median Filtering by Threshold Decomposition," IEEE Trans. Acoustics ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the Dirty Wars (2016)

by David Kohut, Olga Vilella

ARCE GÓMEZ, LUIS. The “minister of cocaine.” Former colonel and interior minister during the “delinquent dictatorship” (July 1980–August 1981) of Luis García Meza in Bolivia. The regime was internationally isolated because of its cocaine ...

Google previewThe MMA Encyclopedia (2010)

by Jonathan Snowden, Kendall Shields

A popular, recent arm triangle variation seen is the brabo or D'Arce (after innovative Renzo Gracie black belt Joe D'Arce). Some controversy exists as to whether the brabo and D'Arce are best understood as distinct techniques or merely ...

Google previewThe World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre (2000)

The Americas by Don Rubin, Carlo Solorzano

Since 1962, the most important annual event has been the Festival of Guatemalan Theatre, which has regularly produced the major Guatemalan playwrights - Manuel Galich, Carlos Solorzano, Manuel Jose Arce and Hugo Carrillo. The festival ...

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The value of this 4-letter word is 6 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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