raise important questions of the consistency of editorial policies, and of the exhaustiveness and accuracy of dictionary material.
The issue has thus been addressed in several major studies as well as in hundreds of papers tracing individual words, some of which are by-products of historical or linguistic research.
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The translations below need to be checked and inserted above into the appropriate translation tables, removing any numbers.
To understand the constitutional provision one must know that the budget for the various offices consists of “items.” An item is an amount of money to be used for a specific purpose.
Father Joaquin Bernas, a constitutionalist and Jesuit priest whom I deeply respect, has posted a short note on his Facebook page presumably commenting about my legal arguments on DAP. Bernas wrote about Section 49 [underlining is mine]: "The 'Discovered' Section 49.
Other conditions associated with allodynia include neuropathy, postherpetic neuralgia and migraines.
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Cooper-Rompato recently published a book on xenoglossia (the miraculous ability to speak or understand a foreign language) in late medieval saints' lives, Chaucer, and Kempe.
Her current project examines the discussions of arithmetic, geometry, and number theory that are developed in later medieval English religious literature. Cooper-Rompato is an Associate Professor of English, with a focus on medieval literature.