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Viron

["Five Paradigm Shifts in Programming Language Design and Their Realisation in Viron, a Dataflow Programming Environment", V. Pratt, 10th POPL, ACM 1983, pp. 1-9].
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Viron ruotsalaisia paikannimia virolaisine vastineineen.
The suspects were identified by the police as Leany de Vera Melanio, the alleged owner of LJJK Manpower Services; and her staff Jayvee Nobleza Viron, Edgardo Sangalang Marcelo, Janela Ebrahim Buison, Edward Villanos Cashman, Marites Ebanada Anacaya, Jonalyn Maniaul Mariano, Rossannah Brugada de Mesa, Loube Joevic Rivera Laderas, and Joan Marie Dagais Domagtoy.
Numerical constants [a.sub.p] = 9.200 x [10.sup.-2], [a.sub.w] = 2.628 x [10.sup.-4] are those recommended by Koot and de Viron (2011), the relation between frequency of FCN and its parameters T, Q is
(18)-Medina, J.A.; Salina, L.G.; Viron, P.C.; Marquete, P.M.
Group 2 (n = 20) - patients with prostheses based on nickel-chromium alloy (NCA)"Viron 88;"
VIRON EROL VERT (KUNSTRAUM KREUZBERG/BETHANIEN, BERLIN) Kunstlerhaus Bethanien (now Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien) has for decades been a venue known for the wide-ranging scope of its program.
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The Book of the Long Sun is the tale of Patera Silk, an imperfect but very holy young priest serving a ghetto "manteion," or parish, in the city-state of Viron, who receives a most unusual divine epiphany: not from one of the Nine, or the fifty-three lesser gods, but from the Outsider, the only one of the Mainframe deities not based on one of Typhon's family or courtiers, but deliberately left as an "unknown god" in the Mainframe pantheon as a placeholder deity.
Martir Rizos appropriation of Matthieus text was also the source for Spanish playwright Juan Perez de Montalban's El mariscal de Viron, reprinted several times since 1632.