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Modern Geography, German and English

H. J. Mackinder
1895 Geographical Journal  
JSTOR is a not-for-profit service that helps scholars, researchers, and students discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content in a trusted digital archive.  ...  We use information technology and tools to increase productivity and facilitate new forms of scholarship. For more information about JSTOR, please contact  ...  Let us consider for a moment the methods of organization by which the German results have been produced.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1773888 fatcat:vrngcuyctfd33eutljauvr3emi


1908 The BMJ (British Medical Journal) (Print)  
The third-class patients are placed in long wards, and pay from M.3 to MA4. Clubs take advantage of some of these hospitals, naturally using the thitd elass.  ...  But It is extremely doubtful whether even the combined efforts of hospital authorities, and those Interested In the real well-being of the' working classes, will ever effect auiything like a general use  ... 
pmid:20763917 pmcid:PMC2436842 fatcat:cy5dxq5pvvhszlms2kt2blll6q


1908 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
The third-class patients are placed in long wards, and pay from M.3 to MA4. Clubs take advantage of some of these hospitals, naturally using the thitd elass.  ...  But It is extremely doubtful whether even the combined efforts of hospital authorities, and those Interested In the real well-being of the' working classes, will ever effect auiything like a general use  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.1.2477.1518 fatcat:hsfba4ogjvdzld7jm7fzifjaza

Exploring French, German, and Spanish

Craig W. Nickisch, Jacob Steigerwald
1988 The Modern Language Journal  
-44- An inquiry about the reasons for some of the differences in the number systems of English, French, German and Spanish takes us back into history.  ...  One of the advantages of having adjectives agree in gender and number, for example, becomes apparent in the USE OF ADJECTIVES AS NOUNS.  ... 
doi:10.2307/327512 fatcat:s66lz6hupffwffr4p3bvosczva

"Germanic Caesarism" and the Bismarckreich [chapter]

2020 Caesarism in the Post-Revolutionary Age  
It has been argued that "Bonapartism" and "Caesarism" lack any precision and are used rather abstractly, 65 and some scholars have placed doubt whether these concepts can be used to describe Bismarckian  ...  All of this was from the viewpoint of the lessons which might be learned and the opportunities which might reasonably ensue in any project for a united and strong German nation.  ... 
doi:10.5040/ fatcat:yckxy3tj75fhtczb724mgxajuy

The Lander and German federalism

2004 ChoiceReviews  
Since the numbers of university graduates has multiplied, there are far more applicants than available positions in the higher service, so that graduates have moved into the elevated and even the middle  ...  171 other scholars have noted that there are good reasons for the practice.  ...  The combined seats of the CDU and FDP were matched by those of the SPD and PDS, so neither a coalition of CDU and FDP nor SPD and FDP would have had a majority.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.41-5527 fatcat:qhs7v3h4krbyjakjksisakoxe4

Contexts for Micro-change: The Case of German Zeitnah, Postwendend and Voll

Anneliese Kuhle
2016 Linguistics and Literature Studies  
One arguable advantage of focusing on instances of change which involve only a relatively small number of structural and/or functional innovations is that the specific circumstances which instigate such  ...  Most importantly for the argument, these factors are invariably based on the considerations of context, not innate cognitive biases.  ...  Acknowledgements I would like to thank an anonymous referee for his/her immensely helpful and constructive criticism of an earlier version of this paper. All remaining errors are my own.  ... 
doi:10.13189/lls.2016.040105 fatcat:ezqhegbg7rgcvhtdj77ymzuxpq

The Department Conferences: [Biological, Chemical, English, French, German, Greek and Latin, History, and Mathematics]

1902 The School Review  
At the same time the work done leads to results which are of real worth as an accession to the pupil's fund of useful knowledge.  ...  Its real object is to develop the mental power by logical reasoning and appropriate methods of experimental investigation.  ... 

Narcissism and German Extremism in Kleist's Penthesilea [chapter]

Hansgerd Delbrück
2011 European Tragedy from Homer to Beckett  
The fifth act brings the catastrophe: having awoken from her attack of madness, Penthesilea discovers what she has done to Achilles, and commits suicide to atone for her crime.  ...  combination has sometimes prompted the comment from my students that only a German could have written it, or more precisely, only one of those Germans who believed in the extremist ideals which were to  ... 
doi:10.11157/ogs-vol26id19 fatcat:j3stca6yujfghd4m7pgdgjpkde

Petrus Canisius and the German Counter-Reformation

1909 English Historical Review  
There follow some paragraphs of penitential rhetoric, which are purely commonplace and tell us little. The next document or 'testament' contains a few more facts.  ...  In the first volume there are some from Ignatius himself, while the monumenta with which each volume closes are yet more various in their sources.  ...  Even Ignatius saw this. 4 * It is this change of mind for which Canisius is responsible.  ... 
doi:10.1093/ehr/xxiv.xciii.18 fatcat:ruxjtkmiq5gyjbfglhxdjfivs4

German Scientists and the Atom Bomb

William G. Schlecht
1959 Science  
Finally, there are usu- ally several thousands of the science- minded general public who attend the evening lectures or some one event and who do not register at all.  ...  Thanks are due to all for their devoted services, which so greatly contributed to the meet- ing’s success.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.129.3347.438-c fatcat:lujmi3nn4rdxvfndmaei72o7oe


1961 German Life and Letters  
., if only because there is nothing on the same scale to take its place and no prospect that there will be for some years.  ...  What is even more important, they have established the order of these fragments and their relation to the finished poem.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1468-0483.1961.tb00051.x fatcat:lw7nmmfpozerzkoqj6b3c4nw6q

10. Schiller's 'Ode to Joy' [chapter]

Hugh Barr Nisbet
2021 On the Literature and Thought of the German Classical Era  
What changes is the use and significance of the word 'toleration' (German Toleranz) itself, as well as the adjective 'tolerant', which begins to go out of fashion and even to take on negative associations  ...  What Herder has done is to isolate and amplify the pathetic side of Winckelmann's description of the statue.  ...  Take chapters or whole books from our published list and make a special edition, a new anthology or an illuminating coursepack.  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0180.10 fatcat:5cfysb7pmjgjnf7nvu6gyinfte


1957 German Life and Letters  
fascinating illustration, that there can be few who will blame the editor for so wisely forcing them to take their time.  ...  All of us should neverthe- less be grateful for some translations of Neidhart poems by Rainer Gruenter and the author which appear at the end.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1468-0483.1957.tb00550.x fatcat:v7gdjupqwzc3vkz4uynct4yxry

2. The Germanic Race and Norwegian Nationalism [chapter]

Jon Røyne Kyllingstad
2014 Measuring the Master Race: Physical Anthropology in Norway 1890-1945  
Digital material and resources associated with this volume are available at http:// ISBN Paperback: 978-1-909254-54-1 ISBN Hardback: 978-1-909254  ...  All the external links were active on the 22/12/2014 unless otherwise stated.  ...  There are probably a number of reasons for Schreiner's growing interest in the Sami.  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0051.02 fatcat:kff6fzrlcndnhb6r7et3fjraui
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