deblock

deblock

To separate records from a block.
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Last year a step forward was made in bringing political positions closer, and political parties in Mostar reached an agreement to deblock the process based on mutual agreement and on the implementation of the Constitutional Court decision, the recommendations of the Venice Commission and the opinion of the European Commission about the request Bosnia and Herzegovina made to join the EU,' BeA!lic said.
I don't want him to leave," said Macy DeBlock, of Aledo, whose lamb Whalen also was a grand champion.
Comentarios.--Las especies del genero Maritrema parasitan principalmente las aves marinas, utilizando a gasteropodos como primeros hospederos intermediarios, y a los crustaceos como segundos hospederos intermediarios (Ching 1963, Deblock 1972), Solo siete especies de Maritrema han sido reportadas en Sudamerica.
In attendance was Manhattan Beach chamber CEO Mark Lipps and state assembly senior field representative Andrew DeBlock who presented official certificates of recognition to BeachCoders[R] founder and CEO James DeCicco.
Kenneth Cramer and Denise DeBlock, University of Windsor
158, 1963-64, was installed nearly continuously at moma from the time of its completion until 1980 and has been meticulously restored for the Yale exhibition by Carol Snow and Jason DeBlock, in collaboration with moma.
(8.) Skinner S, Adewale AJ, DeBlock L, Gill MJ, Power C.
<< Le Marxisme au Quebec: une hegemonie intellectuelle en mutation (1960-1980) >>, dans Lucille Beaudry, Christian Deblock and Jean-Jacques Gislain (dir.), Un siecle de Marxisme.
Rioux, M., Deblock, C., Gagne, G., Tchehouali, D., Fontaine-Skronski, K.
(18) Ferrier, M., Arakawa, T., Hata, T., Fujiwara, R., Delagrange, R., Weil, R., Deblock, R., Sakano, R., Oguri, A.