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tor ' \j ' \j Scorn ful | Lau ra, ' u ' \-i Swift-foot | Lau ra, Soon then | would I Seek a ...
In the postwar period industrial (which, of course, for Spaniards means post-
1939 — since develop- that was when the Spanish Civil War ended, and since
ment Spain was neutral in World War II) the city became an important
One is free to choose the measure- unit of measurement for each dimension,
whereupon all ment other values are uniquely determined. Since some
dimensions are related to others as products of powers, considerable simplicity is
effected by ...
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