Bonnin thus adds a significant new chapter to the long study of upland-lowland relations in Southeast Asia, a chapter reflective of just the sort of social dynamics whose study lies at the core of SOJOURNs
1986) thought that reentry programs would provide "inexpensive insurance" to protect the large amounts of money individuals, institutions, and governments spend on international sojourns
It's a unique audience for us for some reason,'' O'Donovan said about taking "A Christmas Celtic Sojourn
with Brian O'Donovan'' to The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts on a yearly basis.
The expected number of sojourns
(=degree of the root of the associated planar tree) is just 2.
Working in conjunction with the newly organized Baptist Triennial Convention, and from 1845 with the Southern Baptist Convention, and with the American Colonization Society, the society sponsored missionary sojourns
to west Africa.
The Harvard-educated Kirstein was a latter-day Renaissance man--a poet, novelist, art collector, and critic--whose taste was honed through sojourns
in Europe and exposure to Many of the major arts movements of the twenties and thirties.
O'Donovan has characterized the animating idea behind the Christmas Sojourns
as an attempt to recreate the gatherings of family and friends so integral to this time of year.
In the crowded arena of studies on Dantean and Boccaccian influences on Chaucer, Ginsberg leaves aside the philological scrutinies and the hazarded hypotheses of historical encounters between Chaucer and Boccaccio during the former's sojourns
Like his German contemporaries Anselm Feuerbach and Hans von Marees, Bocklin enjoyed long sojourns
in Italy, where his imagination was fired with visions of antiquity, as if on a sunny excursion to Capri he might stumble upon no less an adversary than Polyphemus.
For the past 10 years, radio personality Brian O'Donovan has been adding "Christmas" to his sojourns