Frisch


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British physicist (born in Austria) who with Lise Meitner recognized that Otto Hahn had produced a new kind of nuclear reaction which they named nuclear fission

Norwegian economist noted for his work in econometrics (1895-1973)

Austrian zoologist noted for his studies of honeybees (1886-1982)

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Although there is no proof whatsoever in the text and therefore contrary to the claim that "bei Frisch [lasst sich] immer voraussetzen, dass Personen oder Figuren weifi sind, deren Hautfarbe nicht eigens erwahnt wird" (Rohner 9)--the author of the study Farbbekenntnisse, as Muller-Salget already observed, persistendy refers to the alleged Mexican Jim, credits him with a "differente Elautfarbe" (Rohner 59), turns the "Mexican Jim" in addition into an "indianische[n] Jim (62) and in her summary even into "Whites 'bose[n]' Doppelganger" (225).
Frisch said in the recorded phone conversation that she wanted to document the event because she was afraid she would get a venereal disease, the document states.
We couldn't have done it without the assistance of the community,'' Frisch said.
Frisch can also be found on Twitter @elizabethfrisch and blogs on her "Mission to Million$" Facebook page, where she shares real life stories and experiences to support making your ideas happen.
Frisch also lamented the glossing over of complication rates and showed slides of botched circumcisions.
That damaging stereotype is, in part, what kept driving me to do what I could to make my course something to be proud of and that would make a positive difference in students' lives, not just academically," explains Frisch, who has been teaching online courses at Central Lakes College since 2009.
Frisch joins FBR Capital Markets after spending nearly 10 years of his career at Lehman Brothers, where he focused on industrial clients both as a member of the firm's Global Mergers and Acquisitions group and subsequently as lead coverage officer in its Corporate Advisory group.
Walter Frisch is one of the foremost musicologists of nineteenth- and twentieth-century music, author of both specialized and general studies of, principally, Johannes Brahms, Arnold Schoenberg, and Franz Schubert.
Following the war, Frisch completed his education at the Technical University of Vienna, attaining a doctorate in engineering management.
Frisch, is the fourth generation of his family to assume managerial responsibilities at BSF.
Wenn man in den Werken von Max Frisch die Thematik "Jugend" oder "Jung-sein, "Rolle and Identitat" oder "Bildnis" eingehend studiert, ist es nicht schwer zu entdecken, dass er sich stitndig mit den existentiellen Elementen beschsftigt and versucht hat, in seinen Werken mit dem.
That's the problem that faced Sheila Frisch of the Cabot Heritage Corporation and freelance copywriter Robert Lerose last fall.
Grubb & Ellis Company announced that the Frisch School purchased a 115,000 s/f office building on nearly 14 acres of land at 120 West Century Road in Paramus, N.
The Lure Of The Linguistic: Speculations On The Origin Of Language In German Romanticism by academician and translator Shelley Frisch is a seminal and ground breaking study focusing an impressive scholarship addressing how Romantic speculations on the origin of language blended eighteenth-century European mystical and Enlightenment musings about language to produce lyrical and compelling depictions of its origins and development.
The reprint offers slight corrections and emendations to the 1996 edition--Heather Platt's Johannes Brahms: A Guide to Research (New York: Routledge, 2003) offers a more up to date bibliography--but Frisch covers a gamut wide enough to prepare students toward placing and understanding the more recent literature.