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Carme

(kär`mē), in astronomy, one of the 39 known moons, or natural satellites, of JupiterJupiter
, in astronomy, 5th planet from the sun and largest planet of the solar system. Astronomical and Physical Characteristics

Jupiter's orbit lies beyond the asteroid belt at a mean distance of 483.6 million mi (778.
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Carme

(kar -mee) A small satellite of Jupiter, discovered in 1938 by Seth Nicholson. See Jupiter's satellites; Table 2, backmatter.

Carme

[′kär·mā]
(astronomy)
A small satellite of Jupiter with a diameter of about 19 miles (31 kilometers), orbiting with retrograde motion at a mean distance of 1.4 × 107 miles (2.3 × 107 kilometers). Also known as Jupiter XI.
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Iliana Ferrer y Carme Ferre, en "Infoentretenimiento y satira audiovisual: un panorama internacional", realizan una aproximacion diacronica al fenomeno, des de los textos en forma de sermones del humoristico Lo Pare Arcangel (1841), hasta los ineludibles Saturday Nights Live, Vaya Semanita o Caiga Quien Caiga, pasando por casos egipcios, canadienses y rumanos.
La trascrizione di Sanadon intendeva ricostruire il testo integrale del Carme Secolare annettendovi versi di altri componimenti oraziani che sembravano in stretta connessione con esso e creando, in tale maniera, un componimento piu esteso che meglio rispondeva al contesto solenne di partenza.
Carme Riera nos ofrece la reaccion de la cultura catalana que, como la gallega o la vasca coetaneas, se movia entonces entre el rechazo de la imposicion ministerial de un libro que se queria ofrecer como compendio de las esencias patrias y el pretendido caracter nacional espanol; y su reinterpretacion periferica como la expresion de la variedad cultural de la Peninsula.
(3.) Carme B, Bissuel F, Ajzenberg D, Bouyne R, Aznar C, Demar M, et al.
Carme Riera recoge en los siguientes capitulos la recurrente insistencia en la relacion del Quijote y de Cervantes con Barcelona, las traducciones al catalan, el Quijote y la politica (98), desde la guerra de Cuba (98) hasta la actualidad (106) y la politica local (118).
Tal es nuestro caso, el mismo titulo, lejos de constituir un motivo incidental, revela una fuerza productora de significados que se desprenden de la produccion literaria de Carme Riera cuya obra no se pronuncia como unidireccional sino que refleja modos de ser y formas de pensar que nacen de una dialectica social.
The Valencia retrospective, perfectly installed in the noble spaces of IVAM's Centre del Carme, was also testimony to painting as high-class pleasure and, unexpectedly for such extremes of refinement, a politically correct tribute to multiculturalism.
Aware of the scale of the editorial work still to be done, Folch also gave out an open invitation for the production of a full critical edition of Rodoreda's last work, a challenge now taken up by Carme Arnau, author of Introduccio a la narrativa de Merce Rodoreda (Barcelona: Editions 62, 1979) and Miralls Magics: Aproximacio a l'ultima narrativa de Merce Rodoreda (Barcelona: Editions 62, 1990).
Edited and introduced by Carme Arnau, a well-known Rodoreda expert who also collaborated in the production of the three volumes of her Obres completes (1976-84), the volume opens and closes with previously unpublished or hard-to-find stories: "Boira," put forward for a prize in 1938, and "L'estacio," which appeared in Cronica in 1982.
The parliament's speaker, Carme Forcadell, and five other members of the governing body face possible charges of rebellion, sedition and embezzlement, punishable by decades in jail.
The movie also stars Bodjie Pascua, Carme Sanchez, Shamaine Centenera Buencamino, Archie Adamos.