Frisch


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Related to Frisch: Karl von Frisch, Ragnar Frisch, Max Frisch
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Synonyms for Frisch

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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During that call, court records show, Frisch accused two police officers who served a search warrant on her home of having sexual relations in her bed and leaving behind bodily fluids and sexually transmitted diseases.
About the Author: Elizabeth Frisch is a business performance consultant to Fortune 100 - 1000 companies, government agencies, non-profits and the U.
But Frisch says she is motivated by the criticism of online courses, deemed to be ineffective and more prone to being dropped by students.
Frisch said the first notice officers had about the incident was seeing a post over the weekend on Facebook.
Taking his cue at least in part from Schoenberg's pathbreaking essay on "Brahms the Progressive," published now fifty years ago, Frisch finds the modernist tendency in unexpected places, and by so doing he erases the distance between it and the condition of modernity itself.
Besides teaching on the DSMC faculty for more than 13 years, Frisch was also an adjunct professor for Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, as well as Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he taught graduate courses in advanced engineering economy and management concepts.
Ziel der vorliegenden Arbeit ist es, anhand des Dramas Triptychon von Frisch herauszufinden, wie die Thematik "Leben Tod" in seinem Spatwerk fungiert.
This is an excellent opportunity for the Frisch School, and a fantastic property," Kolodkin said.
Following Carl Dahlhaus and Arnold Schoenberg, Frisch ties Brahms's success in the genre explicitly to his ability to create expanded structures from small ideas.
Frisch, a 38-year-old resident of Lancaster, was a passenger in Beavers' vehicle.
Born in 1911, Frisch gave up his studies of German literature and linguistics at the University of Zurich in 1933 for financial reasons and devoted all his time to his position as freelance journalist at the Neue Zurcher Zeitung.
Countdown to Statehood: Palestinian State Formation in the West Bank and Gaza, by Hillel Frisch.
Mit Ausnahme der Freundschaft: Max Frisch 1956-1991.
Ideas about honeybee odometers proposed by the great bee researcher and Nobel laureate Karl von Frisch turn out to be dead wrong, say Mandyan V.
The police raid and the controversial response by San Antonio's Rabbi Ephraim Frisch provided a high-profile vignette of the larger issues of the day--unemployment, labor unrest, nativism, the emergence of religious fundamentalism and anti-Semitism, and the specter of Nazism in Germany, and similar movements in other parts of Europe and in the United States.