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Tamesis:

see ThamesThames
, Rom. Tamesis, principal river of England, c.210 mi (340 km) long. It rises in four headstreams (the Thames or Isis, Churn, Coln, and Leach) in the Cotswold Hills, E Gloucestershire, and flows generally eastward across S England and through London to the North Sea
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, river, England.
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Indice onomastico, toponimico y bibliografico de las Cartas de Jesuitas, 1634-1648, Woodbridge, Suffolk, Tamesis, 2009.
Publicada en el 2008 por la editorial Tamesis, The Spanish Ballad in the Golden Age se presenta a si misma como una obra que se propone encarar algunos de los problemas con que estudiantes y profesores angloparlantes se enfrentan a la hora de afrontar el estudio y la ensenanza de las baladas espanolas del Siglo de Oro.
La novela recrea la historia de Carlos, hermano homosexual del narrador, antes y despues de su periodo como alcalde del pueblo de Tamesis, y para el narrador resulta deslumbrante contar lo sucedido durante aquella epoca del delirio politico de su hermano que lo lanzo a conquistar el electorado de aquella region, sin importar el montaje electoral promovido para alcanzar su fin como primer burgomaestre de dicho pueblo emplazado en las montanas antioquenas o precisamente por eso, y sin prever que al final sucumbiria ante las trampas de la democracia colombiana.
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Sus modelos preferidas eran ninitas alrededor de los 10 anos de edad, como Alicia Liddell, que seria su famoso personaje, a quien narrara por primera vez la historia durante un paseo en lancha por el Tamesis, en julio de 1862.
The deal, which also included other venture capitalist trusts managed by Yorkshire Fund Managers, will enable London-based Tamesis, formed by chief executive James Tomlin, to further develop its operations.
to Bremerhaven, Germany, on the maiden voyage of the Tamesis, of the Wallenius Lines.
That part of the Upper River Thames is called the Isis, based on the second half of the river's Latin name, Tamesis.
This volume includes an updated version of the impressive Charles Boxer bibliography published by Tamesis Press, with additional contributions by J.
The publisher, Tamesis, is to be lauded for the production of this volume: the music is easy to read and there is only a small number of printing errors in the music and introduction.