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campanario

In Mission architecture, a belfry or a pierced wall that serves as a belfry, with a bell usually hung in an arched opening.
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Gabriella Campanario aspires to be an artist and one day have her paintings hang in galleries and museums.
In 2010, Campanario found that large increases and decreases in the JIF were associated with changes in journal self-citation.
During the past fifteen years, since the formalization of an innovation model ideally developed to deal with dynamics of innovation in complex systems (Hobday, 1998), many researchers are finding creative ways to strengthen this theory (Brady, Davies, & Gann, 2005; Brusoni, Prencipe, & Pavitt, 2001; Chagas, Cabral, & Campanario, 2011; Chesbrough, 2003, 2011; Davies & Hobday, 2011).
The Chercan 1 well is the first of approximately 21 exploratory wells to be drilled on the Flamenco, Campanario and Isla Norte Blocks in Tierra del Fuego as part of an approximately US$100 million investment program by GeoPark during the First Exploration Period.
Variacion de la dicta de la Lechuza del campanario (Tyro alba) en Lobos, provincia de Buenos Aires.
Campanario (1998) examined the extent and diversity of research on peer review for the first two decades of this period.
Pantitlan and Tepoztlan, in the State of Morelos; Rio Ahuehueyo in Puebla; and Estanzuela and El Campanario I and II in Veracruz (Table 1).
Leonel Cesarino Pessoa [1] Marcel lo Muniz da Silva [2] Milton de Abreu Campanario [3]
128) Juan Miguel Campanario, Have Referees Rejected Some of the Most-Cited Articles of All Times?
Poe e Levi Strauss no Campanario ou a Obra Literaria como Etnografia.
In 1986 after realizing that only the core area of each sanctuary would be protected, but not the buffer zone, he was able to get Cerro Altamirano included in the decree, along with El Rosario, Sierra Chincua, El Campanario, and Cerro Pelon.