Twelfth and 13th-century conducti
and organi from composers including the Parisians Leonin and Perotin rub shoulders with John Cage and Nigel Osborne.
Using paleographical evidence, she draws the somewhat speculative, though nonetheless intellectually compelling, conclusion that the notation of conducti
became more exact as the performance of these verse songs gained official support.
He was encouraged that Johns Hopkins was conducti
ng "a training school for teachers," which was "causing a widespread recognition of the value of the general biology course" .
Our goal is not only to conduct our own traffic safety research, but to work together with researchers who are already conducti
earned ISO 9001 Certification, making it the first automotive or truck assembly plant in the U.
12 Xbris ad exhilarandos anatomiae spectatores recreandosque ex tristi aspectu animos, ex vetusta consuetudine (quae tamen superioribus aliquot annis proximis interrupta) fidicines ab Anatomistis conducti
et in Theatrum reducti fuere, procurante hanc rem sedulo D.
The 5-10 mg DSC samples cut from the coarse cell foams were practically solid samples and did not contain any microscopic cells that could burst or affect thermal conducti
vity during measurements.
This book addresses the problem of the conducti
found in cum littera notation, normally unmeasured, as against the sine littera equivalent.