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surname, probably meaning lightning, given members of a powerful Carthaginian family: see Hamilcar BarcaHamilcar Barca,
d. 229 or 228 B.C., Carthaginian general. He was assigned the command in Sicily in 247 in the First Punic War (see Punic Wars). From mountain bases near Palermo he made repeated raids on the Romans and relieved the Punic garrison in Lilybaeum.
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; HannibalHannibal
, b. 247 B.C., d. 183 or 182 B.C. Carthaginian general, an implacable and formidable enemy of Rome. Although knowledge of him is based primarily on the reports of his enemies, Hannibal appears to have been both just and merciful. He is renowned for his tactical genius.
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; HasdrubalHasdrubal,
d. 207 B.C., Carthaginian general; son of Hamilcar Barca. During the Second Punic War (see Punic Wars), his brother Hannibal, on leaving for Italy, made Hasdrubal commander in Spain.
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Several beaches, resorts, and bed-and-breakfast establishments offer outdoor environments where one can be legally naked among other like-minded individuals (Ableman 1993; Bacher 1996; Barcan 2004a).
Desde tal punto de vista, cuando decimos que una proposicion es necesaria podemos considerar que esto significa que no es simplemente verdadera estando las cosas como estan, sino que permaneceria verdadera aunque los individuos alterasen sus propiedades o relaciones; y, en estas circunstancias, la formula de Barcan resultaria entonces valida para el sistema que se dota de tal semantica.
Barcan thus posits a stark contrast between students on the Left during the Vietnam era and those almost ever since.
Respecto de la formula Barcan, el problema que interesa aqui es destacar como se colige un compromiso con los mera possibilia a partir de tal implicacion.
While unhesitatingly endorsing biomedicine for its "management of symptoms, the extension of life and the management of critical incidents" Barcan gives a compelling account of the basis of CAM's appeal to its best-identified categories of clientele: no longer confined to the counter-cultural minority but "empowered, savvy selectors of system-beating alternatives.
Kevin Harris-James and assistant Emma Gibson are 'highly competent, dedicated solicitors', and Christine McVay, who joined from Barcan Woodward Solicitors, rates as an 'efficient and careful lawyer who develops creative solutions'.
Ruth Barcan Marcus provides the following formulation of the criterion in question:
23) For details cf Alan Barcan, Two Centuries of Education in New South Wales, Sydney, 1988, pp.
Discussion of quantified temporal logic includes coverage of the tense-logical analogues of the Barcan and Converse Barcan Formulas (33-8).
En segundo lugar, los argumentos que suelen usarse en la discusion sobre la posibilidad de los dilemas no son concluyentes para ninguno de ambos bandos: ni para aquellos que los niegan (por ejemplo, Conee 1987), ni para aquellos que los defienden (por ejemplo, Barcan 1987).
El argumento principal de Williamson en defensa de la Formula Barcan se expone en la seccion 8.
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