In the later LIA the industrialization that characterizes much of nineteenth-century American and British economic development was still on the distant horizon in southern Germany, where rural economies flourished (Ewert 2006; Hochstadt
, & Gaspard Curioni, Supreme Court Reiterates Concrete Injury Requirement in Consumer Class Action Statutory Damages Case, 28 No.
He was joined by Alfardan Exchange president Fahad Alfardan, general manager Bashar Mohamed al-Waqfi, Western Union's senior vice president for finance Jeffrey Hochstadt
, and Deyar Al Rawda (Al Maousherji Group) chairman and CEO Salah M al-Maousherji.
All schools within Hanover that can be found in the registers, including the schools in Hochstadt
, Blumenhoff, and Steinbach, were reopened by January as the epidemic presented fewer new cases.
When Judge Ballance eagerly pumps him for "a particular Description" of the combat at Hochstadt
, the captain demurs: "The Battel, Sir, was a very pretty Battel as one shou'd desire to see, but we were all so intent upon Victory, that we never minded the Battel; all that I know of the matter is, our General commanded us to beat the French, and we did so, and if he pleases to say the word, we'll do't again" (2.
, A new proof of stability estimate of Lyapunov, Proc.
With regard to language, some authors have reported that deficits in comprehension may occur in complex sentences and that they are mainly due to limitations in executive resources such as working memory (Grossman, 1999; Grossman, Carvell, Stern, Gollomp, & Hurtig, 1992; Hochstadt
, Nakano, Lieberman, & Friedman, 2006).
The volume of oral histories includes material on adversity and resistance (with articles by Steven Hochstadt
, Marjorie Shostak), communities (Diane Manning, Bert Russell), culture and tradition (Thomas Savage, Jeffrey A,.
, "Multimode network description of a planar periodic metal-strip grating at a dielectric interface.
Arnold PK, Hartley LR, Corry A, Hochstadt
D, Pen na F, Feyer AM.
, Mobility and Modernity: Migration in Germany 1820-1989 (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1999), 71-72.
Exams can trigger intense emotions, both potential and openly expressed (Pekrun, Goetz, Perry, Kramer, Hochstadt
& Molfenter, 2004).