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Page 29 of Book News Monthly Vol. 27, Issue 1 [page]

1908 Book News Monthly  
Fitch needs most is the accentuation of the element of idea, of vital idea.  ...  One final characteristic of Mr. Fitch needs to be noted, and it becomes distinc- tive if the reader is at all familiar with the personalities involved. Mr.  ... 

Page 492 of The New England Magazine Vol. 8, Issue 4 [page]

1893 The New England Magazine  
Franklin of appropriating his ideas.  ...  Fitch had hopes of assistance from a Philadelphian, Arthur Donaldson, a ma- chinist of some note, who seemed en- amored with the project, and to whom he offered a partnership.  ... 

Page 400 of Mechanical Engineering Vol. 54, Issue 6 [page]

1932 Mechanical Engineering  
It is to be noted that all of these rather important state grants with the exception of Virginia’s, were made on the honor of John Fitch and the faith of the grantors in his plans.  ...  FITCH SEEKS WASHINGTON S AID From Lancaster, Fitch went down through Maryland, and on over to Mount Vernon. On Friday, November 4, 1785, Washington notes in his diary: In the evening a Mr.  ... 

Ferneyhough Hero: Scholarship as Promotion

I. Pace
2015 Music & Letters  
This is the accepted version of the paper. This version of the publication may differ from the final published version.  ...  and ideas; rarely does one find any sustained engagement with specific musical works. 64 Little of this type of work deals specifically with Ferneyhough; just occasionally one can find an intelligent  ...  At the beginning of the section on 'The Narrative of Intellectualism', for example, Fitch reiterates Hawkins's ideas on the construction of the 'intellectual' Ferneyhough in critical reception and the  ... 
doi:10.1093/ml/gcu111 fatcat:wee3adzclzcnnfjc3lvahe75zy

Page 230 of Arthur's Home Magazine Vol. 10, Issue [page]

1857 Arthur's Home Magazine  
the first impulse to an improvement that is revolutionizing the world—of Fitch, Fulton and Evans!  ...  It was on this account that Fitch was obliged to abandon the great invention, on which the public looked coldly.  ... 

Some modern considerations for thinking about language evolution: A discussion of The Evolution of Language by Tecumseh Fitch

Adam Kendon
2011 The public journal of semiotics  
His approach is similar to that of Charles Hockett (Fitch acknowledges his debt to him) who, as we noted, proposed that language be regarded as an assemblage of "design features".  ...  However, even if one might agree to this (and neither Arbib nor Fitch provide any hint as to how an action of imitation ever comes to be recognized as such, and thus they offer no idea as to how it ever  ... 
doi:10.37693/pjos.2011.3.8832 fatcat:stbmlthdjnhjzmzkyxupxzqf6u

Page 63 of Bookman; A Review of Books and Life Vol. 23, Issue 1 [page]

1906 Bookman; A Review of Books and Life  
In that play, as he felt that he could not have the chief figure an old woman, Mr. Fitch committed the error of making her a young one.  ...  Perhaps, with some idea of the happy end that we have in mind, Mr. Fitch has published some of his plays. Nathan Hale and Barbara Frietchie did not establish the position he may have desired.  ... 

A short note on undirected Fitch graphs

Marc Hellmuth, Yangjing Long, Manuela Geiß, Peter F. Stadler
2018 The Art of Discrete and Applied Mathematics  
common ancestor lca(x, y) of x and y with y contains at least one edge with label 1.  ...  Fitch graphs have been introduced as a model of xenology relationships in phylogenomics.  ...  We note in passing that the first part of Lemma 0.3 can also be obtained from the eight forbidden graphs on three vertices, using the fact that an undirected Fitch graph is the underlying (undirected)  ... 
doi:10.26493/2590-9770.1245.98c fatcat:6urxhuqsujcbnicver3ru2mgsy

From gesture in conversation to visible action as utterance [chapter]

Mandana Seyfeddinipur, Marianne Gullberg
2014 From Gesture in Conversation to Visible Action as Utterance  
His approach is similar to that of Charles Hockett (Fitch acknowledges his debt to him) who, as we noted, proposed that language be regarded as an assemblage of "design features".  ...  However, even if one might agree to this (and neither Arbib nor Fitch provide any hint as to how an action of imitation ever comes to be recognised as such, and thus they offer no idea as to how it ever  ... 
doi:10.1075/z.188.01sey fatcat:b3q4jzsw2bforc5qrjuzvnvgtm

JSL volume 14 issue 4 Cover and Front matter

1950 Journal of Symbolic Logic (JSL)  
By ERNST SPECKER . . . 145 The completeness of the first-order functional calculus. By LEON HENKIN 159 Note on an idea of Fitch. By JOHN R.  ...  TURQUETTE 219 A note on nominalistic syntax. By R. M. MARTIN 226 An improvement in the theory of simplicity.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0022481200105006 fatcat:bpun6nr54ffkpgjqf2m44qi2zy

Page 141 of Kindergarten Messenger and the New Education Vol. 6, Issue 9 [page]

1882 Kindergarten Messenger and the New Education  
‘True, it deals only with matters which toa practical teacher are of daily occurrence: but a perusal of the essay at once awakens one to the consciousness that what he or she has been seeing and noting  ...  This is the abridged form of a little work published some years ago by Professor Fitch, when Master of the Borough Road Training School, London, from which he yassed to the position of one of Her Majesty  ... 

JSL volume 14 issue 2 Cover and Front matter

1949 Journal of Symbolic Logic (JSL)  
By ERNST SPECKER . . . 145 The completeness of the first-order functional calculus. By LEON HENKIN 159 Note on an idea of Fitch. By JOHN R.  ...  TURQUETTE 219 A note on nominalistic syntax. By R. M. MARTIN 226 An improvement in the theory of simplicity.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0022481200072601 fatcat:ydkfqwuvr5gx3fh564lomoj2lu

JSL volume 14 issue 3 Cover and Front matter

1949 Journal of Symbolic Logic (JSL)  
By ERNST SPECKER . . . 145 The completeness of the first-order functional calculus. By LEON HENKIN 159 Note on an idea of Fitch. By JOHN R.  ...  TURQUETTE 219 A note on nominalistic syntax. By R. M. MARTIN 226 An improvement in the theory of simplicity.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s002248120010564x fatcat:g3j747yvcfgufmpwr2talpgixi

JSL volume 14 issue 1 Cover and Front matter

1949 Journal of Symbolic Logic (JSL)  
By ERNST SPECKER . . . 145 The completeness of the first-order functional calculus. By LEON HENKIN 159 Note on an idea of Fitch. By JOHN R.  ...  TURQUETTE 219 A note on nominalistic syntax. By R. M. MARTIN 226 An improvement in the theory of simplicity.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0022481200073084 fatcat:w37trgus7rgb5b24wdouvkxqny

Page 93 of Kindergarten Messenger and the New Education Vol. 6, Issue 6 [page]

1882 Kindergarten Messenger and the New Education  
: but aperusal of the essay at once awakens one to the consciousness that what he or she has been seeing md noting for years, has, after all, been only dimly gen, and most imperfectly noted.  ...  This is the abridged form of a little work published some years ago by Professor Fitch, when Master of the Borough Road Training School, London, from which he nassed to the position of one of Her Majesty  ... 
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