covite

covite

[′kō‚vīt]
(petrology)
A rock of igneous origin composed of sodic orthoclase, hornblende, sodic pyroxene, nepheline, and accessory sphene, apatite, and opaque oxides.
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Au cours d'une conference de presse donnee a Saint Sebastien, le Collectif des Victimes du Terrorisme (COVITE) a somme l'ETA de condamner la terreur, de faire la lumiere sur 358 crimes restes inexpliqueset de s'abstenir de rendre des hommages publics a ses militants lorsqu'ils sortent de prison.
BOOK OF THE WEEK War Of The Encyclopaedists by Christopher Robinson and Gavin Covite Publisher: Hamish Hamilton.
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WAR OF THE ENCYCLOPAEDISTS by Christopher Robinson and Gavin Covite (Hamish Hamilton, PS16.99, ebook PS9.99) THIS novel, written by two men, tells the story of two best friends, Hal and Mickey, and the 'war' is the first Iraq conflict of 2004.
Victims' association Covite has demanded that all six members of the commission be summoned to give evidence on the whereabouts of the militants.
(52) Emerson, "The Ebb and Flow of Influence," 212, contrasts Marina with her Mus covite counterpart, Ksenia Godunova.
(10) Comunicado de la Asociacion de Victimas por el Terrorismo, COVITE, la Asociacion de Victimas del Terrorismo Libre Esperanza, la Fundacion Miguel Angel Blanco, la Fundacion del Coronel Medico Doctor Munoz Carinanos, la Fundacion Tomas Caballero, la Fundacion Gregorio Ordonez, la Asociacion de Ayudas a las Victimas del 11-M, Pablo Broseta, Francisco y Teresa Jimenez Becerril y el Foro de Ermua, del 24 de marzo de 2006.