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Fuchs

1. Klaus Emil. . 1911--88, East German physicist. He was born in Germany, became a British citizen (1942), and was imprisoned (1950--59) for giving secret atomic research information to the Soviet Union
2. Sir Vivian Ernest. 1908--99, English explorer and geologist: led the Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition (1955--58)
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Fuchs explains that it is difficult to estimate the number of languages spoken in India, but comments that acrolectal IndE has "a remarkable degree of uniformity" (Fuchs, 2016: 11) despite the number of first languages (L1s) and the possible variation one might expect this to result in.
Fuchs noted that 60 percent of the 122 markets Boxwood tracks generated first-half sales that exceeded their volume from the same six months of last year.
The conclusion Fuchs arrives at, and reiterates throughout each chapter, is that the Internet is heavily commodified, dominated by corporate interests and functions by exploiting its users.
In 2013, Fuchs was named the best Rookie of the Year of the Million Dollar Club by the Northeast Atlanta Metro Association of Realtors.
But Fuchs rejected the idea that the refugees coming to Europe were responsible for the attacks: "It is not true that the refugees are the reason for the Paris Attacks.
True to these interests, Fuchs aims to present 'imitatio as a historically situated practice, coterminous with imperial competition and national self-definition', her specific thesis being that the English 'national canon' emerged through 'rivalry with Spain--a model emulated even as it was disavowed' (pp.
As Fuchs explains, "The cultural fascination with Spain never waned, even when it was most inconvenient in military or religious terms" (9).
My father is involved in club hockey in Germany in a big way, and it was largely his influence that prompted me to take the game seriously, even though I also played football and basketball as a child," Fuchs said.
This second point is crucial for Fuchs and he argues convincingly that according to a Marxist analysis, the labour performed by social media users is carried out in a situation of complete exploitation insofar as it is unpaid.
In a statement, the new owners said business would continue at the Milnsbridge site for a "transitional period" and then activities may be transferred fully to the Fuchs plant in Stoke-on-Trent.
Fuchs quickly became a cult figure, but moved on in the summer to Millwall, the powerful German forward scoring 13 goals in just 22 appearances for the Londoners.
To say Lyn Fuchs is an American writing about visiting Mexico would be an oversimplification.