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Ginzburg

Natalia . 1916--91, Italian writer and dramatist. Her books include The Road to the City (1942), Voices in the Evening (1961), and Family Sayings (1963)
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Ginzburg explains it, this new NIH-funded research will help develop treatments for patients with iron overload anemias.
Setting the slider in the middle at 50% gives equal weight to the Ginzburg VIII and Mollweide projections for this parameter.
Un primo elemento che accomuna Ginzburg e Manzoni e il comune riconoscimento della natura narrativa delle loro rispettive scritture.
Ginzburg recupera, em Homero, o termo grego enargeia (vivacidade), para denominar esse efeito estilistico, de clareza e nitidez, que emerge de uma narracao precisa, "que nao descuida nenhum pormenor e que nao suprime nada" (Demetrio apud Ginzburg 1989, p.
I deal with death and dying every day," explains Ginzburg.
Commenting on the upcoming conference, Boris Ginzburg, Head of Fixed Income at URALSIB Capital, said:
In Chapter 2, "I Knew That There Was a House: Belonging and Nonbelonging in the Works of Natalia Ginzburg," the image seen as central to the writings of Jewish-Catholic Ginzburg is a house on the point of crumbling, a space of ambivalence, evoking the wish to belong and the difficulties of belonging.
Vitaly Ginzburg, physicist Born, October 4, 1916 died, November 8, 2009
Natalia Ginzburg once wrote that Cesare Pavese's "conversation could be pointed and invigorating like nobody else's.
Finally, in her psychoanalytic session-length string of video vignettes shot in her apartment, Moyra Davey (currently the subject of a beautiful survey at the Fogg, also curated by Molesworth) quietly pages through a Hollis Frampton work on nostalgia and photography and reads us a Vivian Gornick piece on the postwar writings of Anna Akhmatova, Nataliya Ginzburg, and Elizabeth Bowen, which, Gornick has noted, "does not emote.
In the introduction to this volume, which developed from a conference at the Universita di Macerata, Pier Luigi De Vecchi and Giancarla Periti concisely and clearly articulate the unifying theme as the investigation of the center-periphery paradigm, established by Enrico Castelnuovo and Carlo Ginzburg in 1979, in interpreting the art of Emilia and the Marche in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.
This and even weaker links are naturally more relevant to sluicing when it is operative over sentence boundaries (inter-sentential ellipsis), which Ginzburg and Sag (2000) take care to emphasize.