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Gao

a town in E Mali, on the River Niger: a small river port. Pop.: 54 903 (1998 est.)

Gao

 

a city in eastern Mali, situated on the left bank of the Niger River along a trans-Saharan route. Population, 15,400 (1967). The city has an airport.

Gao is the administrative and commercial center of the Gao region, noted for its production of livestock and grain. From the beginning of the 11th century until the end of the 16th, Gao was the capital of the Songhai state. A slaughterhouse has been built there.

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Similar to their conspecifics in other ocean regions, juvenile (Carrion-Cortez et al., 2013) and adult (Gaos et al., 2012c) hawksbills in the eastern Pacific predominately use shallow water habitat <20 m deep, where 92% (n = 18,389.4 effort units and 654 sets) of total fishing effort and 97% (n = 30) of total hawksbill captures occurred in our study, further highlighting the threat of lobster gillnet fishing activities operating in nearshore waters of El Salvador and Nicaragua.
For a reachable sate s([logical not]G') (G' [subset or equal to] G, g [member of] G') and two available GAOs [o.sup.1.sub.g] and [o.sup.2.sub.g], there are [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
El hilo conductor seguido en la exposicion es el deseo latente que a mi juicio expresa toda la filosofia de Gaos: Hacer valer un modelo teorico en el que pudieran quedar salvaguardadas la individualidad de la persona y su propia vision de mundo frente a toda posible forma de violencia.
Probablemente las paginas mas emocionadas e intensas de estos Cervantismos de ayer y de hoy sean las tres "Evocaciones" de Vicente Gaos, Alberto Porqueras Mayo y Jose Maria Casasayas, donde, a la revista a las labores realizadas por los tres cervantistas, se suma el recuerdo personal de los amigos ya perdidos.
The Gao Brothers (Gao Qiang and Gao Zhen), driven by the memory of their father, who was arrested in 1968 as a counterrevolutionary and died in custody, rose to international fame in the 1990s as artistic provocateurs.
Llano Cifuentes, Carlos, Ensayos sobre Jose Gaos: metafisica y fenomenologia, 2008, 216 pp.