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CORBIE

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An early system on the IBM 704.

[Listed in CACM 2(5):16, May 1959].
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Indeed, corbies are still widely persecuted, hated by shepherds and gamekeepers alike.
Those few with the leisure to write about the Eucharist in the Early Middle Ages, most notably the fellow monks of Corbie, Paschasius Radbertus and Ratramnus, continued the teaching of the early church writers that (1) the elements were converted into the Body and Blood of the Risen Lord (despite different understandings of how that presence occurred) and that worthy reception must entail (2) a conversion of the individual.
Auntie to many, Gran and Granny to Nicole, Stacey, Aleesha, Carly, Corbie, Billy, Shona, Lara and Scott, Great Granny to Rylan.
Swan brings the reader out of the Low Countries (Belgium and the Netherlands), most closely associated with beguines, to France (Colette of Corbie), to Italy (Frances of Rome), to Spain (Maria Garcia), and across Europe as women, particularly between the 13th and 16th centuries, sought a way to live consecrated lives outside cloister.
My first pet was a Pony called Corbie, and I can remember crying because he could not come to Blackpool on holiday with me If you could keep any animal in the world what would it be and why?
La Corbie (Crow) comes on stage at what appears to be a circus and attempts to describe Scotland:
Among them are the simple stone structures at Corbie, Passchendaele, Tournai and Wimereux, where a memorial seat is incised with lines from John McCrae's poem 'In Flanders Fields'.
The Corbie Haugh (Crow's Hollow) on the far bank featured the Corbie Well, which provided refreshment for the washerwomen as they pegged out their sheets on the grass.
Caribbean Airlines chief executive officer, Robert Corbie, said, 'We are extremely happy to announce the start-up of our service from Gatwick to Piarco International Airport as our flights will provide a vital link between London and the Caribbean.
Corbie and Anchin (mostly books on musica speculativa); those of the cathedrals and large collegiate churches such as Cambrai that flourished later on (where liturgical books and books On musica pratica dominate); and they end with a discussion of the libraries of some important individuals: of particular interest, of course.
A Corbie, quando vi andai, mi venne mostrata una miniatura dov'e ritratta una sorgente che scende giu per quattro rivi.