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anchorite

a person who lives in seclusion, esp a religious recluse; hermit
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anchorite

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(petrology)
A variety of diorite having nodules of mafic minerals and veins of felsic minerals.
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(56) <<En la ciudad de San Bartolome de Chillan del Reyno de Chile>> 1713, ANCH, Santiago-Chile.
En un documento contemporaneo (1598), el gobernador Garcia de Loyola relata la relacion existente entre las diversas provincias de Nahuelbuta en las acciones de resistencia; en particular, Garcia senala una suerte de complementariedad entre actividades productivas y militares que permitian la especializacion guerrera de los habitantes de Puren cuando dice que "[.] era notorio la ayuda que daban [los Tucapeles] a los purenes y que les hazian sus sementeras en el estado de tucapel" (Garcia de Loyola al Rey, 17/01/1598, ANCh, MVM, vol.
On the contrary, Conditional Anch cannot float free, without anchorage in the fact that:
The region also includes important naval anch orages at Cam Ranh Bay, Zhanjiang, Yulin, and Kaoshiung.
The last chapter uses Johannes Meyer's chronicle of the rejuvenation of the Observant br anch of the Dominicans in Germany (1468) to assess the role of images in the nun's spiritual practice both before and immediately after the order's reformation.
Berger and Humphrey (1997) suggest that the production approach is better for measuring the br anch level efficiency, while the intermediation approach is appropriate for measuring the whole bank level efficiency.