Seret

Seret

 

(known as Pravyi Seret in the upper course), a river in Ternopol’ Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, a left tributary of the Dnestr. The Seret is 248 km long and drains an area of 3,900 sq km. It flows over the Podol’e Upland and is fed predominantly by snow. The mean flow rate 77 km from the mouth is 12 cu m per sec. Ice does not form every year; in the years it does, it forms in November and lasts until early April. There are eight small hydroelectric power plants and reservoirs on the Seret. The cities of Ternopol’ and Chortkov are situated on the river.

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Seret Scot, a member of the play's original Broadway cast, helms Court's revival of "For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enough" (March 14-April 14, 2019).
The project features eminent curators and scholars from around the world, including Ulrich Leben, Guillaume Seret, Frangoise Barbe and Philippe Malgouyres; some of the chapters read like annotated commentaries through a genre of collecting, packed with information on manufacture, significance, and provenance.
Among the factors explored, the following bear mentioning: the subsidy effect (D'Espallier, Hudon, & Szafarz, 2013), the relationship between social orientation and efficiency (Louis, Seret.
Lakshmipathi, Kidane Teum, Haile Hailemichael, Samuel Btsuamlak, Seret Zeresenay, A.
SARAH FOWLER & BERNARD SERET, SHARKS FINS IN EUROPE: IMPLICATIONS FOR REFORMING THE EU FINNING BAN 3, 2010.
Swaddling infants and sleeping on the back appears to promote a better efficiency of sleep, more quiet sleep, and fewer spontaneous awakenings compared to sleeping on the back unswaddled (Franco, Seret, van Hees, Scaillet, Groswasser, & Kahn, 2005).
Esta definicion ha sido validada implicitamente por Francisco Calvo Serraller y Roberta Seret en sus respectivas investigaciones sobre las novelas de artista que ven la luz en la tradicion occidental entre mediados del siglo XIX y la tercera decada del XX, si bien Seret cuestiona la distincion entre las genuinas novelas de artista y las novelas de formacion protagonizadas por un artista.
The biology and ecology of longnose skates is poorly known and requires further morphological, taxonomic and molecular research in spite of them being one of the largest taxa within batoids (Compagno 1999, Ebert & Compagno 2007, Seret & East 2008) and have been subject to intense fishery exploitation (Baum et al.
Kelley's adaptation of Richard Wright's 1940 novel Native Son last fall, a production directed by Seret Scott.
Para un acercamiento al tema, veanse los estudios de Herbert Marcuse, Maurice Beebe, Roberta Seret y Francisco Calvo Serraller, entre otros.
Prenons un autre chemin, de grace, car ce seret une discortesie de passer par la contrade ou est la case des dames que scavez, sans y faire une petite stanse, et, toutesfois, je ne suis pas maintenant bien accouche pour comparoir devant elles; joinct que j'y allay hier, et si on m'y voyet aller si souvent, on pourret penser que je seres inamoure de quelcune d, elles.
Asi, Seret define el Kunstlerroman como "the narration of the formation and development of the artist" (vii), lo que equivale a considerarlo como variedad del bildungsroman, es decir, una novela en la que la busqueda de la creatividad se narra desde la ninez del protagonista hasta su madurez.