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cavea

The semicircular, tiered seating area of an ancient (esp. Roman) theater.
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CAVEA director Susan Lowrance says the first question she gets from people touring or inquiring about the facility is whether it is videoconferencing-equipped.
There are many concepts of determining proper and reasonable price of interconnection from operator's and regulator's point of view (ITU-D Question 6-1/1 2006; Armstrong 1998; Armstrong 2004; Berger 2005; Cambini, Valeletti 2003; Cavea, Vogelsang 2003; Falch 2002).
Sleeping eight, Finca Sa Cavea is a traditional four-bedroom farmhouse that dates back to 1725 and has characterful vaulted ceilings.
A fauna terrestre nao e tao abundante, destacando-se: Vulpes vulpes (raposa); Euphractus sexcintus (peba); Cavea aperea (prea); Cyclopes didactylus (mambira); Crotalus terrificus (cascavel) Procyon cancrivorous (guaxinim); Dasypus novencinctus (tatu); Panthera pardalis (maracaja); Mazama americana (veado); Panthera uncia (onca).
Seven nights in four-bed Finca Sa Cavea in Cas Concos from pounds 68pp (eight sharing) arrives October 22.
Broadly speaking, the most well-known is the amphitheatre, a symmetrically-shaped stadium, circular or ovoid, with seats running round the cavea or bowl.
The infratectum and endexine-foot layer are sometimes separated by a shallow cavea, which can be seen in our SEMs but is also clearly visible using the transmission electron microscope (TEM; Skvarla & Turner, 1966; Skvarla et al.
Finca Sa Cavea in Cas Concos is available the weeks commencing April 5 & 12 from pounds 445 per week (a saving of up to pounds 190).