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Burckhardt

Jacob Christoph. 1818--97, Swiss art and cultural historian; author of The Civilisation of the Renaissance in Italy (1860)
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22 (Petra)--Representing Their Majesties King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al Abdullah, HRH Princess Sumaya bint El Hassan, Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Jordan Museum, on Sunday celebrated the life of the Swiss traveller and orientalist, Johann Ludwig Burckhardt, who helped to bring Petra to the consciousness of the modern world two centuries ago when he rediscovered and wrote about the ancient city in 1812.
A major exception to this high host conservatism is the large Old World genus Diaphorina Low, 1880, which recruits hosts from at least 19 families in 10 plant orders of dicotyledonous angiosperms (Hollis 1987; Burckhardt & van Harten 2006).
In that Jacob Burckhardt, Wilhelm Dilthey, Georg Simmel (respectively, the historian who believes himself "free" from presuppositions of value, the historicist heroically in search of the impossible system, and the disenchanted essayist) are in agreement.
Burckhardt Compression has announced that, due to the unique labyrinth sealing technology of its Laby [R]-GI compressor and its small footprint, Burckhardt Compression has been awarded an order by TS LNG BV to deliver a Laby [R]-GI Booster Compressor for the Gate LNG import terminal in Rotterdam-Maasvlakte, The Netherlands.
MI6 then sent Tancred Borenius, a Finnish Art Historian and part time politician to Geneva in early 1941 to negotiate, using Carl Jacob Burckhardt, the Head of the International Red Cross as mediator.
Support exists for the construct validity of the CSQ in chronic pain populations where significant correlations have been shown with questionnaires measuring depression, anxiety, self-efficacy and physical functioning (Lawson et al 1990, Geisser et al 1994, Swartzman et al 1994, Burckhardt et al 1997).
Known only to local Bedouins, it was rediscovered by Swiss traveler Johann Burckhardt in 1812.
Titus Burckhardt has written over 20 books on art, religion and spirituality, and his ART OF ISLAM: LANGUAGE AND MEANING is one of his best, packing in over 350 color and black and white illustrations to accompany a historic, spiritual and artistic survey of Islamic art.
The language requires businesses responsible for financial transactions to establish procedures to respond to address-discrepancies indicators received from credit bureaus, and identify the reason for the notice; perform appropriate actions based on that reason; and potentially report the findings to the credit bureau, according to Chris Burckhardt, chairman of ResTech and chief information officer of Pulte Mortgage LLC, Englewood, Colorado.
Brigitte Kowanz played a decisive part in creating the facade design for Zwimpfer's subsequent project, the Jacob Burckhardt Haus.