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clavel, clavis

A keystone of an arch.
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The twelve essays collected here follow two fils rouges: on the one hand the theoretical debate about periodizations (Franco, Lipner, Oetke, Bronkhorst, and partly also Pinchard and Eltschinger), on the other hand the discussion of specific instances of periodization (Patil, Eltschinger, Clavel, Pinchard), most notably of Erich Frauwallner's periodization (Franco, Motegi, Oetke, Bronkhorst).
"It took us 10 hours to go 130 kilometres (80 miles)," said Kevin Clavel who was stuck in his car with four passengers.
En el siglo xxi, Ana Clavel tambien entrecruza discursos pero anade un ingrediente que perturba a la serie literaria en su conjunto: el de la separacion espacial, con el proposito de romper con las fronteras adjudicadas al texto literario.
El clavel Dianthus caryophyllus (Cariophyllaceae) es un importante componente de la floricultura nacional e internacional (Asocolflores, 2009).