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agenda

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(computer science)
The sequence of control statements required to carry out the solution of a computer problem.
A collection of programs used for manipulating a matrix in the solution of a problem in linear programming.
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Addressing Wyneken in the preface to his 1844 Agende, Loehe recounts that at the time of their visit "you [Wyneken] voiced the wish to have one of the older agendas reprinted for yourself and your brothers over there." (7) Wyneken was no doubt impressed with Loehe's knowledge of the early Lutheran church orders and his "uncommonly rich liturgical library," (8) which Loehe had gathered in the preparation of his three-volume Samndung liturgischer form ulare (1839-1842), a sourcebook for his own liturgical work.
(76) Z toho lze odvodit, ze pro Banku je momentalne daleko vyznamnejsi ochrana pred fyzickym nasilim nez ekonomicky rozvoj a blahobyt, tedy cile, ktere byly v agende Banky cela desetileti.
Trabalhou, tambem, em parceria com organizacoes nao governamentais (ONGs) feministas, para garantir a implementacao desses direitos, participando do Conselho da Acoes em Genero e Desenvolvimento (AGENDE) e atuando como membro da Genero e Desenvolvimento Regional (GEMDER), ambas hoje desativadas.
Schattauer, Co-secretary of the ILS, explores the impact of Loehe's Agende in North America.
(41) See Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, Giovanni XXIII, Pater amabilis: Agende del pontefice, 1958-1963, ed.
He introduced a new worship setting, Order for Christian Congregations of the Lutheran Confession (Agende fur christliche Gemeinde des Lutherischen Bekenntnisses, 1844).
Para isso e necessario apenas que se agende uma "audicao", o que outra dancarina, mais antiga, pode facilitar atraves de seu contato anterior com a administracao do bar.
Martin Wittenberg, "Loehes Agende ist wieder zu haben!," Concordia.
Loehe's notes on the collect in the second edition of his Agende (1853) show his understanding of the relation between participation and communion.
In his Agende he touches on this theme of community over and over again.