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Gerbert:

see Sylvester IISylvester II,
c.945–1003, pope (999–1003), a Frenchman (b. Auvergne) named Gerbert; successor of Gregory V. In his youth he studied at Muslim schools in Spain and became learned in mathematics and astronomy.
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(9.) Gerbert G., "Force and slip behaviour in V-belt drives," Acta Polytechnica Scandinavica, Mechanical Engineering Series, pp.
(31.) Hsieh NK, Herzig K, Gansky SA, Danley D, Gerbert B.
More specifically, Lake documents Gerbert's more rigorous and systematic teaching of classical rhetoric at Reims, including the diagram he had made (on twenty-six pieces of stitched-together parchment) of rhetorical categories and subdivisions.
The first, "Conservatisme et innovation dans les manuscrits du Roman de la Violette de Gerbert de Montereuii" ("Conservatism and Innovation in the Manuscripts of Gerbert de Montereuil's Romance of the Violet") by Marina Tramet, compares manuscripts of the work and of its later prose adaptation.
Our finding that clinician report has high sensitivity and specificity is also consistent with the sparse literature in this area (Gerbert and Hargreaves 1986; Gilchrist et al.
Herzi, g K., Huynh, D., Gilbert, R, Danley, D.W., Jackson, R., & Gerbert B.
The Erbert & Gerbert's Sandwich Shop chain, which is based in Eau Claire, Wis., is eying the Eugene market.
Some of the prepared food franchises represented by the team include Carl's Jr.; Currito Burritos Without Borders; Erbert and Gerbert's Sandwich Shop; Flamers Burgers and Chicken and Hwy 55 Burgers Shakes and Fries.
In parties where the photo booth is now a sidelight, think of Crosswind owner Gerbert Panthaleon, 35.