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13) Antoni Domenech, El eclipse de la fraternidad: Una revision republicana de la tradicion socialista, Critica, Barcelona, 2005, passim.
and PALACIOS, Jesus: Franco: A Personal and Political Biography, Madison, University of Wisconsin Press, 2014, passim.
Istanbul: Turkiye Is Bankasi Kultur Yayinlari, passim
2005; e, do mesmo autor, Ofensividade em Direito Penal, Porto Alegre, 2009, passim.
Du processus d'unification aux dechirements de la guerre civile, L'Harmattan, Paris, 2010, passim, en especial pp.
SEX RESEARCH 241 passim (2002) (surveying relevant studies).
Hasidism Reappraised (London-Portland, 1997), passim.
Jules Tygiel, Baseball's Great Experiment: Jackie Robinson and His Legacy (New York: Oxford University Press, 1983), passim; Lee Lowenfish, Branch Rickey: Baseball's Ferocious Gentleman (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2007), passim.
The goal of the rulers--the French king, Russian tsar, and Iranian shah--is either ignored or viewed in passim.
CICERON, De republica, VI, 24, 26; De legibus, I, 7, 22; Tusculanae disputationes, I, 27, 66 (pasajes de Consolatio), passim.
Jurgen Habermas (1981): Theorie des kommunikativen Handels, Suhrkamp Verlag, Frankfurt/M, passim
Despite this clarity of structure, of necessity the two polar themes run passim.
And there are, passim, pleasurable disquisitions on a number of philosophical nugget-puzzles: the relation of the A-series and B-series conceptions of time to different sorts of fiction and imagination; the grue-bleen problem; the etiological theory of functions; and the debate between "theory" and "simulation" theories of our knowledge of others.