gont

gont

A thin wood shingle, used for roofing in early Russian architecture.
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"Under its Green Economy Transition (GET) approach, the EBRD aims to dedicate 40 per cent of its annual investment to green finance by 2020": Malina Gont, "EBRD and Global Centre of Excellence on Climate Adaptation Join Forces" (14 November 2017), online: <www.ebrd.com/news/2017/ebrd-and-global-centre-of-excellence-on-climate-adaptation-join-forces.html>.
In Pan; Trudl with Gont (1931) he poses her like a Renoir nymph in a pastoral landscape, stopping her ears under a flowery bonnet against the solicitations of a horny billy-goat.
(247) Fernando Gont, Deprecation of ICMP Source Quench Messages 3 (IETF Network Working Grp.
Still, parties seeking to use predictive coding may try to hang their hats on the case, says William Gont, a shareholder at McAndrews, Held & Malloy.
But Plut, seeing Tadeusz directly in front of him, conferred quietly with Gefreiter Gont, the finest marksmen in the company.
Gont, "rfc5927: ICMP Attacks against TCP", Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), July 2010.
Darumb gont tauffet sie in dem hin und lernt alle nammen des vatters, volckher und des suns und des taufft sie im heyligen geystes, namen des vatters, lernet sie halten sons und heilligen alles, was ich eiich geists; sie befolhen hab.
(23) This is similar to Ged leaving his Master Wizard at Gont Island to enter the Wizard School at Roke to learn magic faster.
This means that there is now one thing infinitely more appealing than a gong and that's a GONT (Gong Offered Not Taken).
Now that Ged has lost his power, he can no longer be Archmage; Kalessin flies him on past Roke to his home island of Gont. But Lebannen will be crowned king and bring about a new era under the rune of peace that Ged and Tenar brought from underground so many years before.