History Of Yiddish Studies

Author: Dov-Ber Kerler
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9783718650606
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Modern Yiddish studies, with their origins in the 16th century, benefitted from the achievements of the 19th century science of Judaism and evolved rapidly in line with contemporary intellectual and methodological trends.

Winter Friends

Author: Terri L. Premo
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 9780252016561
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Manuscript Collections and Letters Elizabeth Jacquelin Ambler Letters, Library of
Congress Manuscript Division, Washington, D.C. Ball Estate-Dupuy Papers,
Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. Barnard Family Papers,
Library of Congress Manuscript Division, Washington, D.C. Marjorie P. M. Brown
Collection, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. Elizabeth Byles
Letterbook, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. Chandler-Ward
Family ...

Waterfowl In Winter

Author: Milton Webster Weller
Publisher: U of Minnesota Press
ISBN: 9780816615711
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Selected Papers from Symposium and Workshop Held in Galveston, Texas, 7-10
January 1985 Milton Webster Weller. Preface In the spring of 1982, the staff of the
Delta Waterfowl and Wetlands Research Station at Delta, Manitoba, called
together a group of waterfowl biologists who had worked or who were working
with ecological and behavioral aspects of waterfowl in winter and the
postbreeding period. Their intent was to examine possibilities for future research
programs.

False Papers

Author: André Aciman
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
ISBN: 0374707707
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For about a month or so in the winter of 1965, we spoke of little else but the movie
Becket. Becket burst into our narrow little world the way all great dramas do when
they suddenly take over a community, stirring new fantasies, latching on to old
ones, giving our thoughts an edge and a wisdom we never knew we had,
working its way deep into every crevice of our subconscious until we were no
longer able to remember who or what we were before the play. I call it Becket's
winter, the ...

Imf Staff Papers Volume 50

Author: Robert P. Flood
Publisher: International Monetary Fund
ISBN: 9781589061248
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(a) From winter 1981 to winter 1991, we estimate that G = 0.091 percentage
points a year, a positive gap larger than what we saw for the 1990s. During some
sub- periods, the gap is negative; and it oscillates from a maximum of 0.380
percentage points to a minimum, in absolute value, of 0.025 percentage points. (
b) From 1973-74 to winter 1981, the plutocratic gap is always positive and
reaches very high annual maxima from 1976 to 1979, becoming equal to 0.833
percentage points ...

One Vast Winter Count

Author: Colin G. Calloway
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 9780803264656
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155. Sullivan et al., eds, The Papers of Sir William Johnson, 4: 348, 365, 367- 72;
Parmenter, "Pontiac's War," 624-25. 156. "Bouquet Papers," 237; Lucier, comp.,
Pontiac's Conspiracy, 79-82. 157. Clarence Edwin Carter, ed., The
Correspondence of General Thomas Gage with the Secretaries of State, and the
War Office and the Treasury, 1763-1775, 2 vols. (New Haven Ct: Yale University
Press, 1933), 2: 3-4. 158. The proclamation is in Sullivan et al., eds., The Papers
of Sir William ...

The Potlatch Papers

Author: Christopher Bracken
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 9780226069876
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Though to acquire a guardian spirit is to inherit an ancestor's name, that name is
to be used "only during the time when the spirits dwell among the Indians — that
is, in winter," when "all the summer names are dropped, and the members of the
nobility [what might be termed the name-bearing class] take their winter names."
The transition from "summer" to "winter" names transforms the whole social
organization: "Instead of being grouped in clans," says Boas, "the Indians are
now ...