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recto

[′rek·tō]
(graphic arts)
A right-hand book page, which always bears an odd number.
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localizacion lote 5 lote 6 lote 7 lote 8 (DMH+agua) (DMH+leche) (DMH+agua) (DMH+leche) recto 0 0 0 0 colon dista] 4 2 8 3 colon proximal 1 0 1 0 ciego 0 0 0 1 tumores totales 5 2 9 4 Tabla 2.
Furthermore, Ximenez's cross reference bears witness to a shift in the narrative subject from first person plural in the first folio recto ("esto escriviremos ya en la ley de Dios, en la cristiandad") to third person singular in the scholium ("lo escrive en tiempo de la cristiandad").
Figure 6 offers the music on the recto of this leaf.
In the relatively short time they have been available, Recto says the industry has reacted positively to the guideline specifications, and that they are being utilized on a growing number of projects.
There is "Woman," Willa, on verso, and on recto, an evaporating pond "Drowning in air.
The eight-day program started gently with the aforementioned Romeo and Juliet, choreographed by Monte Carlo Ballet director Jean-Christophe Maillot, whose new Recto Verso and Vers un Pays Sage were to be seen the following afternoon (together with a strong rendition of Balanchine's Stravinsky Violin Concerto) on a mixed bill.
The poems are attractively presented, with the original Spanish on the verso pages, the translation on the recto.
In future editions, which must come, it might be helpful to have the chapter numbers at the top of the recto pages and the illustration legends in rather larger and bolder type, bearing in mind the tendency to longevity among Egyptologists.
MMFX Steel Corporation of America has hired Recto (Jon) Colinares to serve as Technical Sales Manager.
The privilege can only be enjoyed "up to three times in a calendar year," Recto said, quoting the proposed law.
Palace deputy spokesman Abigail Valte yesterday said senators Alan Peter Cayetano, Teofisto Guingona, Ralph Recto, Antonio Trillanes, Sergio Osmena and Francis Pangilinan were given additional allocations in 2011.