Above : Model of terrain of Tallum , 1915 , including the entrance to Sockenvägen
Road , the Way of the Cross and the Main Chapel . Left : Graves in the forest ,
Tallum . Pencil on photograph from the competition entry Above left and centre ...

Author: Bengt O. H. Johansson



Category: Architects

Page: 115

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Returned to Paradise

thousand men with swords and five thousands archers that used both poisoned arrows and fire to easily confuse Villonet's and King Tallum's men.

Author: Sam Tatum

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1465315896

Category: Fiction


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Re Imaging Death and Dying

A. Forest (and Clearing) The importance of the forest is manifest not only in Tallum's physicality, but also in the design's naming: tall meaning 'pine'.


Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 1904710824

Category: Social Science

Page: 353

View: 719

The 6th Global Conference: Making Sense of Dying and Death held in Salzburg, Austria in October and November, 2008 is a component of the Inter-Disciplinary.Net's Probing the Boundaries project. The project's purpose is to create working 'encounter' groups between people of differing perspectives, disciplines, professions, vocations and contexts.A

Report from the Select Committee of the House of Lords Appointed to Enquire Into the Present State of the Affairs of the East India Company and Into the Trade Between Great Britain the East Indies and China Together with the Minutes of Evidence and an Appendix

TALLUM - CAVELCARRIAH . CAUZY or CAZI , ( A. Fröli kāzī ) .— A Muhammadan judge or justice , who occasionally officiates also as a public notary ...

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords. Select Committee on the East India Company



Category: Asia


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Accounts and Papers

TAL TEE TALAM CAVEL , See TALLUM CAWEL . TALLARI , ( TAM . talaiyári ) . A watchman . See TALLIAR . زبردستي .P ) TALLIAR , ( TAM . talaiyár ) .

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords





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Fatebound Journey of the Sun Child

We can't send a mailmole carving up the streets of Tallum.” Zach said, turning back to Adnare, “Adnare's plan is the best.” “So that we're in the palace ...

Author: Seth Pen

Publisher: Dead Squirrel Productions


Category: Fiction

Page: 1299

View: 266

An average Joe takes on saving an alien planet of elves, dwarves, and Knomes (not gnomes). From under water kingdoms to frozen strongholds, up ever ascending towers and through a city in the eye of a hurricane, across underworld ruins and trap filled volcano dungeons - Joe and his friends weave in and out of prophecies on a quest to make the world - scratch that, the universe! - a better place! NOTE: This is a rough draft. Please send opinions, critiques, typos you find to [email protected] and your name will be included in the final copy under an "editors" section!


45 TAL TEE TALAM CAVEL , See TALLUM CAWEL . TALLARI , ( TAM . talaiyári ) . A watchmani . See TALLIAR . TILOOKEH MHALZAMINEE , ( P. ciclo Jhe ałej ta ...

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons





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Elevated Rock Art

Tallum TàillIII1 THIllllll Tanum Tamilm Taillim Tarillin THIIllin Tārillm Tanum Tanum Tanum Tallum THIll III1 Tārill.III Tamilm Tallum Tallum Uddevallil ...

Author: Johan Ling

Publisher: Oxbow Books

ISBN: 1782977635

Category: Art

Page: 272

View: 989

How may Bohusl_n rock art and landscape be perceived and understood? Since the Bronze Age, the landscape has been transformed by shore displacement but, largely due to misunderstanding and certain ideas about the character of Bronze Age society, rock art research in Tanum has drawn much of its inspiration from the present agrarian landscape. This perception of the landscape has not been a major issue. This volume, republished from the GOTAC Serie B (Gothenburg Archaeological thesis 49) aims to shed light on the process of shore displacement and its social and cognitive implications for the interpretation of rock art in the prehistoric landscape. The findings clearly show that in the Bronze Age, the majority of rock art sites in Bohusl_n had a very close spatial connection to the sea. Much rock art analysis focuses on the contemplative observer. The more direct activities related to rock art are seldom fully considered. Here, the basic conditions for the production of rock art, social theory and approaches to image, communication, symbolism and social action are discussed and related to palpable social forms of the ñreadingî of rock art. The general location and content of the Bronze Age remains indicate a tendency towards the maritime realm, which seems to have included both socio-ritual and socio-economic matters of production and consumption and that Bronze Age groups in Bohusl_n were highly active and mobile. The numerous configurations of ship images on the rocks could indicate a general transition or drift towards the maritime realm. Marking or manifesting such transitions in some way may have been important and it is tempting to perceive the rock art as traces of such transitions or positions in the landscape. All this points to a maritime understanding of Bronze Age rock art in northern Bohusl_n.


... for the assumption of the Extracts from Reports desbacawel privileges , I purposely inade no allusion to the tallum cawel , having had no relpeeting ...

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords





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Himalayan Journals

TALLUM VILLAGE , MOUNTAINS AROUND . 85 grassy , while the stream is
suddenly less rapid , meandering in a broader bed , and bordered by marshes ,
covered with sedges , dwarf Tamarisk , and many kinds of yellow and red
Pedicularis ...

Author: Joseph Dalton Hooker



Category: Himalaya Mountains


View: 981

A new edition, carefully revised and condensed

Mystery in Camden

The room was filled to the brim with people, Tallum Dex sat by Vincent's side and looked through his papers quickly. He looked over his shoulder every time ...

Author: Ryan M.S.

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1543440533

Category: Fiction

Page: 230

View: 723

To most living in Woodbury, Camden didn't seem much of a mystery. With the violence, drugs, and gangs running amuck, what else could there be to know? To all living in Camden, Woodbury was an enigma that always seemed right out of reach to them. But Ashton, daughter of failing Broadway-wannabe director Anthony Feldman, seems to never really be on the bandwagon to write Camden off as a dysfunctional dystopia. Especially when she goes to the only school that sits on the border of these two different worlds. When she sees a boy who speaks in an almost-endless riddle that seems to encapsulate all of Camden's mystery into one body, she gets led right into the enigma. Vincent Ortega is the same rough-and-tumble, unfortunate namesake and tragic spitting image of his father. He is a real gangbanger in the making, or so they all think. He has always preferred to melt into the background. That is, after all, what you had to do when you have an abusive father. All he wants is to keep himself, his sisters, and his mother off the streets and out of the deadly grips of someone like his father. When he meets a girl who seems hell-bent on figuring him out, without ever figuring herself out first, he truly sees how similar Camden and Woodbury really are.

Madras Presidency

Pollam Lands allowed to hold the office of tallum - cavel - carrah ; that the tallum
cavel should be restored to the original purpose of its institution , by limiting the
enjoyment of the fee to those who executed the duty . It had been thought proper

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on the East India Company



Category: Land tenure


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Mathematical Tablets from Tell Harmal

... the capacity of a specific container (the tallum, a certain kind of vessel), so that the problem requires one to find out how much the tallum contains.

Author: Carlos Gonçalves

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3319225243

Category: Mathematics

Page: 141

View: 646

This work offers a re-edition of twelve mathematical tablets from the site of Tell Harmal, in the borders of present-day Baghdad. In ancient times, Tell Harmal was Šaduppûm, a city representative of the region of the Diyala river and of the kingdom of Ešnunna, to which it belonged for a time. These twelve tablets were originally published in separate articles in the beginning of the 1950s and mostly contain solved problem texts. Some of the problems deal with abstract matters such as triangles and rectangles with no reference to daily life, while others are stated in explicitly empirical contexts, such as the transportation of a load of bricks, the size of a vessel, the number of men needed to build a wall and the acquisition of oil and lard. This new edition of the texts is the first to group them, and takes into account all the recent developments of the research in the history of Mesopotamian mathematics. Its introductory chapters are directed to readers interested in an overview of the mathematical contents of these tablets and the language issues involved in their interpretation, while a chapter of synthesis discusses the ways history of mathematics has typically dealt with the mathematical evidence and inquires how and to what degree mathematical tablets can be made part of a picture of the larger social context. Furthermore, the volume contributes to a geography of the Old Babylonian mathematical practices, by evidencing that scribes at Šaduppûm made use of cultural material that was locally available. The edited texts are accompanied by translations, philological, and mathematical commentaries.

The English and Scottish Popular Ballads

Se ho or so gur tallum tallum, Se ho or so gur e so hallum ; Bheir mis ma chinteach ghuds gur tallum, Chaileig, Eilie Symon. 2 Her father made a bow 0 here, ...

Author: Francis James Child

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 0486145891

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 640

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This 19th-century collection compiles all the extant ballads with all known variants and features Child's commentaries. Includes Parts IX and X of the original set — ballads 266-305 — plus indexes, glossary.