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Anatol

constantly flits from one girl to another. [Aust. Drama: Schnitzler Anatol in Benét, 33]
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Pese a haber contado con modestos recursos economicos, el joven cineasta aleman Anatol Schuster produjo la pelicula La senora Stern quiere morir, cinta proyectada durante la 18 Semana de Cine Aleman.
State Secretary of the Ministry of Economy and Infrastructure, Anatol Usati, participated in the opening of the international exhibition "Moldconstruct-2019" - specialized in technologies, equipment, tools and materials for construction, and at the "Moldenergy-2019" exhibition - specializing in conservation technologies energy, heating and gas supply installations, air conditioning equipment.
Pakistan has come of age, and in the words of Anatol Lieven, remained a 'hard country' to have stood the test of time.
Speakers at the colloquium will include Prof Richard Steinberg, University of California, Los Angeles, School of Law and CLPP visiting professor; Prof Anatol Lieven, GU-Q; Prof Ilias Bantekas, CLPP; Prof Eleni Polymenopoulou, CLPP; dean Susan L Karamanian, CLPP; and dean Dallal.
Speakers at the colloquium will include Professor Richard Steinberg, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), School of Law and CLPP visiting professor; Professor Anatol Lieven, GU-Q; Professor Ilias Bantekas, CLPP; Professor Eleni Polymenopoulou, CLPP; Dean Susan L Karamanian, CLPP; and Dean Ahmad Dallal, GU-Q.
In his book Pakistan: a Hard Country, Anatol Leiven puts it clearly by saying: 'Economic sanctions are not really a credible threat, because the economic collapse of Pakistan would play straight into the hands of the Taliban and Al Qaeda.'
"These events include 87J, Daria, Herta, Vivian, Wiebke, Anatol, Lothar, Martin, Jeanett, Kyrill and Klaus.
Anatol Lieven in his book Pakistan, A hard country quoted a British colonial judge, Sir Cecil Walsh: 'Every Indian, from the highest to the lowest, has his izzat, or name to keep, after his son, it is his most cherished possession, and if it is injured, he is an unhappy man.
Displaying an encyclopedic fluency with the field, Giselle Liza Anatol's Things That Fly in the Night: Female Vampires in the Literature of Circum-Caribbean and African Diaspora considers several decades and genres of literature, tracing the Black female vampire figure--vampires, soucouyants, Ol'Hige, lougarou--in the work of Jean Rhys (Voyage in the Dark, 1934), Audre Lorde (Zami: A New Spelling of My Name, 1982), Toni Brown ("Immunity," 1996), Edwidge Danticat ("Nineteen-Thirty Seven," 2011), Nalo Hopkinson (Brown Girl in the Ring, 1998), Jewelle Gomez (The Gilda Stories, 1991), Helen Oyeyemi (White is for Witching, 2009), and others.
"This is another unsuccessful attempt of two Moldovan businessmen Anatol and Gabriel Stati, who filed claims against Kazakhstan in 2010.
When Anastasia escapes and Valors close friend Prince Anatol is wrongfully accused of treason and jailed, the desperate queen turns to the sisters to recapture her traitorous daughter.
Yildirim said in a speech at a meeting of the Sixth General Conference of the ruling party "Justice and Development" in the western state of Aderna, according to "Anatol", pointing to the decision of US President Donald Trump on December 6 to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel,: "this cannot be achieved By imposing the status quo, all Muslim countries, and all the developed countries around the world, acting wisely, and have united to reject this arrogant decision."