000 agriculteurs, ces projets portent
sur le repeuplement des oasis traditionnelles (200.
Sur les 10 projets juges admissibles, 6 projets integrant des navires de la peche portent
sur un volume de captures de 43.
Let's hope the re- enactment is not a portent
of what could befall the city that resembles a dust bowl today.
Ses travaux portent
presentement sur la place de la religion dans le discours politique des autochtones au Canada et sur la reconnaissance sociale et juridique des mariages religieux dans le cadre du multiculturalisme canadien.
The team was wearing black - a portent
of things to come maybe?
This was a rich portent
indeed for this man who would enter the Catholic Church 22 years later at the age of 49.
From beam quality to laser distribution and the pros and cons of microwaves, phasing and other scenarios, THE E-BOMB is a thought-provoking portent
of the future of military might.
But hiPA has been a welcome portent
of the season, even before global warming became so evident.
So the company rebuilt the site with help from Portent
Interactive to look the same but be more search engine friendly.
Parish relief officials supplemented outdoor relief with indoor relief in workhouses, a portent
of the Poor Law reforms of 1834.
As previously noted in these pages (see "Another Portent
of Draft Revival" in our April 4 issue), the framework for draft revival will probably resemble a proposal outlined in "The Case for the Draft," an essay by Captain Phillip Carter, U.
In this world Noriko is the Awakening, a portent
of the Sky Demon's coming, and all the nations send their soldiers to retrieve her.
For Cross, the portent
was clear: "Maybe I need to raise my prices, too," he says.
He soon launched his own label, Portent
Records, and sister imprint, Portent
David Wright's Mental Disease in Victorian England may be a portent
of things to come.