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PASSIM

A simulation language based on Pascal.

["PASSIM: A Discrete-Event Simulation Package for Pascal", D.H Uyeno et al, Simulation 35(6):183-190 (Dec 1980)].
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17) Ver por ejemplo Anthony Giddens, La tercera via: La transformacion de la socialdemocracia, Taurus, Madrid, 1999, passim.
73) On which, see PAYNE and PALACIOS: Franco: A Personal and Political Biography, passim.
75-76; Verondini, Enrico, La Filosofia Morale di Antonio Rosmini, Cappelli Editore, Bologna, 1967, passim, en especial pp.
1 passim (1985); see also Bartow, Copyright Law & Commoditization, supra note 126, at 13-14, 28 (referring to MacKinnon & Dworkin's draft of the Indianapolis anti-pornography law and at times seeming to embrace limits on providing copyright even to consensual depictions of bondage).
Krzysztof Pilarczyk, Leksykon drukarzy ksiqg hebrajskich w Polsce, (XVI-XVIII wiek) (The Lexicon of Hebrew Printers in Poland 16th-18th Century) (Krakow, 2004), passim.
Una antropologia de la sobremodernidad, Gedisa, Barcelona, passim
116 and passim and Hisham Sharabi, Neopatriarchy: A Theory of Distorted Change in Arab Society (London and New York: Oxford University Press, 1992).
ARBITRATION 480 passim (1993); MARCEL STORME & FILIP DE LY, THE
2000) The Practice of University History Teaching Manchester: Manchester University Press, passim.
NEVER HAVE SO MANY BODY PARTS been named in a collection of poetry: hand passim, mouth repeatedly (and "oral cavity"), eyelid, cheek, foot to nape, finger, back, backbone ("Roils in haycocks of soft / up along the backbone"), skin, breast, collarbone, elbow, teeth, shoulder ("Embrace me in your shoulder"), hip, chest (i.
1) Con relacion a la Reconquista, su importancia economica y social, veanse: Pierre Vilar, Historia de Espana, Critica Grijalbo, Barcelona, 1986, passim, en especial pp.