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Besides that, language reflects the culture of a speech community and preserves components of the traditional culture that carry the essence of the life of the Saami ethnos.
A poll conducted on Tuesday and Wednesday and published in To Ethnos newspaper today showed the two sides in a dead heat.
A poll published in To Ethnos newspaper showed the two sides in a dead heat.
An opinion poll by the ALCO institute, published in the Ethnos newspaper on Friday, said that 'Yes' votes might be expected from 44.
Considerei, desse modo, que a situacao social analisada nos permite depreender que a concepcao de ethnos se deslocou de uma acepcao essencialista para outra que aceita o carater situacional como elucidativa do seu significado.
Still, Matthew's community--now composed of Jews and Gentiles--will hold that they are the ethnos, the people given the kingdom and challenged to produce the fruit that God expects.
The continued tax increases, drastic salary and pension cuts, unemployment and bankruptcy of firms in the last 4 years have led millions of households and enterprises into a state of economic deadlock, to illiquidity and the inability to find a way to meet their financial obligations, Ethnos comments.
While the critical tendency that Strangers in Blood seeks to correct--an overwhelming focus on ethnos in the field--has been addressed by several others (Geraldine Heng, M.
Golden Dawn's Holocaust," read the front page of the leftist Ethnos daily.
When, 500 years before Christ, the Phoenician traveller in whose steps Avienus followed, traced the coasts of the Sea of Sardinia, he encountered the Iberian ethnos, the Iberian nationality, stretching from Murcia to the Rhone, in other words from the Libyan-Phoenician peoples of eastern Andalucia to the Ligurians of Provence.
Sintez Group JSCa[euro](tm)s chief executive was quoted by the Sunday edition of Greek newspaper Ethnos as saying that his company had placed an offer of between EUR1bn and EUR2bn for 65% in DEPA put up for sale by the Greek government.
Sintez Group JSC's chief executive was quoted by the Sunday edition of Greek newspaper Ethnos as saying that his company had placed an offer of between EUR1bn and EUR2bn for 65% in DEPA put up for sale by the Greek government.
of Tel Aviv, Israel) here moves from undermining the idea of a distinct Jewish ethnos in exile to undermining the Zionist concept of return to the "Land of Israel.
Merkel sends strong message on November deal," said centre-left Ethnos daily.
This discordia concours defines manhood as a "double inscription": a descriptive ontological category, an irreducible ethnos (white, English, imperial) that constitutes "the essential predicate for possessing in full the rights and privileges of democratic citizenship," and a prescriptive ethical category, a theoretically universal ethos that enables "a certain mode of self-fashioning" and a set of personal and social values, chief of which are rationality, self-control and inner strength (9-10).