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Sinclair (n. 115). 330 E.g., El Paso v. Argentina (n. 1) para. 76; Pan American v. Argentina (n. 1) para. 105. 438 Anthony Sinclair, 'The Umbrella Clause Debate' in Andrea K. ... Chapter 8: Standards of Protection 932 Anthony Sinclair ( 3 ) 3 282 Bosh International v. Ukraine, ICSID Case No. ...doi:10.5771/9783845258997-936 fatcat:o2jksn6iwnhsxeofzwtt2r4avy
Much more specialized in scope is ANTHONY EM-ERY'S Greater medieval houses of England and Wales 1: Northern England (xiv+435 pages, 210 plates, 104 figures, 3 tables. 1996. ...doi:10.1017/s0003598x00085100 fatcat:xvcgmzkwvnhatheizww4kr5lti
In 1897. Mrs Humphrey urged the 'Hostess of the Lilliputs' to place the creams and jellies centre table at children's parties: 'they attract by their prettiness, and j f well made should be both nourishing and digestible. Jellies especially appeal to the childish imagination by their transparent delicacy of aspect, and it is almost cruel to provide insufficient to go all around'. So we are informed by PETER BREAKS in his delightfully entitled 'Transparent pleasuresthe story of the jelly', to bedoi:10.1017/s0003598x00084726 fatcat:6mdko2mzrjfbdje4vithw6y7ty
more »... found in Petits Propos Culinaires 45 Lamont Road, London. 6 issue subscriptionE23.50 UK, $45 USA & €26 elsewhere), a concise journal devoted to essays on food, cookery and cookery books. As in all the best diets it provides for a little but often. Despite a passion for matters of subsistence, both present and past, cookery has infrequently occupied the centre table in archaeological work. As is, however, clear in the anthropology of Jack Goody, and now in 'The archaeology of food' by DELWEN SAMUEL (PPC 54: 12-21), there is little archaeology that is not also evidence of the culture of food. In food procurement we might examine economics, in food preparation we might determine social class, and in food consumption we might observe evidence for belief systems. Like technology, now elevated to new cultural heights in the arms of Andr6 Leroi-Gourhan's chaine opgratoire, food is not a base element of archaeology, but an ingredient in the fuller recipe of human social life: all human actions and attitudes are mixed therein. For example, in the humble jelly, BREARS suggests, we find a substance discovered in the simmering of meats and fish; its versatility allowed it to take colours, tastes and textures whilst its stickiness made it possible to bind together smaller items of food into one piece at a time when hands, not forks, put things in the mouth. Before the advent of packet products, jelly-making was a long and painstaking preparatory art, and jellies earned the appreciation they deserved. fl If further proof is needed of the cultural significance of food, look no further than JORDAN GOODMAN, PAUL E. LOVEJOY & ANDREW SHERRATT'S (ed.) Consuming Habits: drugs and history in anthropology (xii+244 pages, 3 figures, 2 tables. 1995 . London: Routledge; 0-415-09039-3 hardback E35).
As such they deserve to be investigated as one form, amongst a number, of social movement, a matter followed up by Anthony himself in this volume. ...doi:10.1017/s0003598x00086750 fatcat:ed5nihfulbgptmospfvnlmxac4
With titles such as ANTHONY P. ANDREWS' First cities (176 pages, 119 colour and black-and-white illustrations. 1995. ... ANTHONY HANDS sums up their philosophy as the publication, without subsidy, of academic archaeology, including compilations of basic data, conference proceedings and reference works. ...doi:10.1017/s0003598x00084258 fatcat:mrjjkemfgzekzhbvgirgp5dapm
STUART CAMPBELL & ANTHONY GREEN (ed.). The archaeology of death i n the ancient Near East. (Oxbow Monographs 51.) x+297 pages, 92 illustrations, 23 tables. 1995. ...doi:10.1017/s0003598x00083447 fatcat:r3mdaxutzfhoxdtnhcvsv63iee
ANTHONY SINCLAIR There are some who suggest that Gcorge Washington was more than just the first President of the United States of America. ...doi:10.1017/s0003598x00083071 fatcat:qkeakrss2fgjlcpbd3lrj3ush4
Critical Metals Handbook
Millensifer, Dave Sinclair, Ian Jonasson and Anthony Lipmann 15 Tantalum and niobium, 361 Robert Linnen, David L. ...doi:10.1002/9781118755341.ch14 fatcat:gbokd2t2rzdopcwqq3rrl436ba
Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research & British School for Archaeology in Iraq; 0-9519420-5-0 hardback €45 plus p&p) and the excavations at Khirbet Khatuniyeh (JOHN CURTIS & ANTHONY ...doi:10.1017/s0003598x00087603 fatcat:rjsosnczwfewdgig44pzgxf4he
In this special issue of Sensors, seven peer-reviewed manuscripts appear on the topic of ultrasonic transducer design and operation in harsh environments: elevated temperature, high gamma and neutron fields, or the presence of chemically aggressive species. Motivations for these research and development projects are strongly focused on nuclear power plant inspections (particularly liquid-sodium cooled reactors), and nondestructive testing of high-temperature piping installations. It isdoi:10.3390/s20020456 pmid:31947518 pmcid:PMC7014038 fatcat:l5xbaiyi5vbcjpsz622fsmjnyy
more »... ed that we may eventually see extensive use of permanently mounted robust transducers for in-service monitoring of petrochemical plants and power generations stations; quality control in manufacturing plants; and primary and secondary process monitoring in the fabrication of engineering materials.
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