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a nobleman ruling a German castle and surrounding grounds by hereditary right

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the military governor of a German town in the 12th and 13th centuries

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This is similar to the study conducted by Burggraf and co-workers.
Burggraf, Jutta (2005), "El arte de perdonar" [conferencia pronunciada en la Pontificia Universidad Catolica Argentina] <http://www.uca.edu.ar/index.php /site/index/es/uca/facultades/buenos-aires/matrimonio-y-familia /informacion-sobre-temas-de-familia/conferencia-sobre-el-perdon/> (Ultima visita, 26.9.2013).
Burggraf, "Analytical and numerical studies of the structure of steady separated flows," Journal of Fluid Mechanics, vol.
BURGGRAF, J., Genero (<<Gender>>), en CONSEJO PONTIFICIO PARA LA FAMILIA, Lexicon.
(12.) Khandoga A, Kessler JS, Hanschen M, Khandoga AG, Burggraf D, Reichel C, et al.
However, as journalist Helen Burggraf noted in Crains New York Business, petite mannequins are "universally several inches taller than the women for whom they were designed.
2007; Mullenbach & Burggraf 2012; Murray & James 2012; Murray, MacIntyre & Teel 2011; Ranse & Grealish 2007; Wotton & Gonda 2003).
The latter perspective, on which this study is based, approaches shame as a development and internalization of negative self-appraisal, termed shame-proneness (Tangney, Burggraf, & Wagner, 1995).
Burggraf as senior vice president of Global Safety(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
Jutta Burggraf, Profesora de Teologia dogmatica en la universidad de Navarra, especializada en teologia ecumenica, fallecio prematuramente el 5 de noviembre de 2010.
Other alumni honored are: Paul Glavinovich, Jackie Stormer, Fredric Brown, Roger Burggraf, Marta Mueller and Eskil Anderson.
Findings have shown that the media not only over-represent thin characters but also consistently portray a steadily thinning ideal body image for women (e.g., Fouts & Burggraf, 2000; Greenberg, Eastin, Hofschire, Lachlan, & Brownell, 2003; Silverstein, Perdue, Peterson, & Kelly, 1986).