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Romanic:

see Romance languagesRomance languages,
group of languages belonging to the Italic subfamily of the Indo-European family of languages (see Italic languages). Also called Romanic, they are spoken by about 670 million people in many parts of the world, but chiefly in Europe and the Western Hemisphere.
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Declaratives i interrogatives absolutes del catala en el marc del projecte internacional Atles Multimedia de Prosodia de l'Espai Romanic. Caplletra, 49, 133-167.
"Of Men and Beasts in Bisclavret." Romanic Review 82.3 (1991): 251-69.
Romanic "Investigation of activated Al-pillared clay efficiency in vegetable oil purification" Acta periodica technologica pp.
425-426; YLLA-CATALA, Gemma, "Brodat de la Seu d'Urgell", en CASTINEIRAS GONZALEZ, Manuel y CAMPS i SORIA, Jordi (eds.), El Romanic i la Mediterrania.
"A Presupposition of Intertextuality in Clarin's La Regenta and Chopin's The Awakening" The Romanic Review 79 (3): 492-501.
Bruckner, "Of Men and Beasts in Bisclavret," Romanic Review 81.3 (1991): 251-269; M.
Romanic et al., "Staurosporine-induced apoptosis in cardiomyocytes: a potential role of caspase-3," Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology, vol.
This is a representation of two great masters, Guiseppe Verdi--an Italian Romanic composer--and Shakespeare, united in a powerful, dramatic evening.
[24] Ames RS, Sarau HM, Chambers JK, Willette RN, Aiyar NV, Romanic AM.
Cunninghame Graham, fraternity cannot be achieved "among people living in the same street," let alone between different races (CLII 159), and this statement is typical of the "two languages" Debra Romanic Baldwin has observed in his letters.
Vic Dancer was a game winner of the other mares bumper and her hard-fought defeat of Romanic Fashion gave trainer Moses McCabe his first winner for two long years.
"Mud into Gold: Baudelaire and the Alchemy of Public Hygiene." Romanic Review 87.2 (March 1996): 239-256.