(127.) "The Inundations in France," Daily News, 1 October 1866, 5; "The Alpine Passes," Times, 26 November 1866, 10; "Latest and Telegraphic News," Liverpool Mercury, 26 December 1866, 7; "Over Mount Cenis
into Italy," Times, 10 October 1867, 8.
As the economist Ben Higgins writes in the foreword to Geertz's Agricultural involution, the CENIS
research on Indonesia (between 1952 and 1959) consisted of the Indonesia Project, directed by Higgins, and the Indonesia Field Team, directed by Rufus Hendon; Clifford Geertz was a member of this team (Higgins 1963:VII-VIII).
EXA EX CTLY what happened on the doomed trawler Ocean Way is at the cenis
at the cen W -tre of a probe as it emerged the skipper may have been from Tyneside.
"O dilema de Cenis
e Tiresias: corpo, pessoa e as metamorfoses de genero", In: SILVA, Alcione et al.
Garcia E., Martinez A., Garcia de la Calera E., Perez L.J., Cenis
J.L., Carreno J.
"He moves the story on at an entertaining pace and memorably renders such scenes as the assault by the French troops on the Piedmontese in the glaciers of Mont Cenis
and the arrival of distinguished French savants on the beaches of Alexandria as part of Napoleon's conquest of Egypt.
Genomic DNA from approximately 0.25 g of mycelia was extracted using the method developed by Cenis
France and Italy are collaborating on a project for a rolling motorway service in the Alps, extending 175 kilometres between Savoy (Aiton) and Piedmont (Orbassano) and using the Mont Cenis
The young man had been among the French settlers in Fort Saint Louis and lived with the Cenis
Caddos after La Salle's murder.
ORTIZ-DORDA, J.; MARTINEZ-MORA, C.; CORREAL, E.; SIMON, B.; CENIS
Mycelium production and DNA extraction: Genomic DNA of the Fusarium isolates was obtained using the protocol described by Cenis