Boethius, who refers to himself in the original simply as ego, is here variously called Mod ("Mind"), Boetius
, and ic ("I").
from classical antiquity and the names of Plato, Aristotle, Seneca, and Boetius
Van Gl, who is in his second spell as national coach having been sacked when they failed to reach the 2002 World Cup finals, dashed five players' dreams of making the squad as he left out Karim Rekik, Tonny Vilhena, Quincy Promes, Jean-Paul Boetius
and Jeroen Zoet.
Youthful forwards Jean-Paul Boetius
and Quincy Promes - who have a cap each - will not be on the plane to Brazil, while uncapped midfielder Tonny Vilhena is the final name to be excluded from Van Gl's final selection.
The visitors had four players - Promes, Rekik, Tonny Trinidade de Vilhena and Jean-Paul Boetius
- in Louis van Gaal's provisional 30-man squad for this summer's World Cup.
Fraser, Kelly, Holt, McKenzie Holland: Hahn, Te Wierik, Van Beek, Rekik, Ake, Ebecilio, Promes, Vilhena (Ziyech 75), Castaignos, van Ginkel (Maher 81), Boetius
, the 21-year-old Feyenoord winger who was handed his international debut by Van Gaal in March, revealed: "Mr Van Gaal doesn't just work with players on the training pitch.
of the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research in Germany and colleagues infer that the algae must have grown within a single year because more than 95 percent of the region's sea ice was no more than a year old.
The first one was Boethius (Anicius Manlius Torquatus Severinus Boetius
Northboro: Sean Carroll, Nasser Eledroos, *Edward John Falkowski III, *Nicholas Stephen Henn, William Patrick Kearney, *Ian James Boetius
MacClancy, *Patrick Stocklin
draws the readers into the story with his highly developed and psychological portrayal of his characters, all of whom are more complicated and enigmatic than on first glance.
(Max Planck Institute Bremen) is to understand the dynamics of the Eastern Mediterranean Deep Sea, from climate change effects on deep-water formation to the distribution of enigmatic deep-sea