Konek

Konek

 

(also kon’ kniaz’, kniazek), in Russian architecture, the sculptured end of the ridge beam (okhlupen’), in the shape of a horse or bird. In modern usage, the word also refers to the hip of a saddleback or hipped roof.

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Teo, at last week's gathering of over 2,000 cacao growers and entrepreneurs from all over the country, dubbed 'Kakao Konek.
Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) Luzon Cluster 2 recently launched its Free WiFi Internet Access in Public Places project dubbed as Pipol Konek in Tarlac City and Pura town.
The book mainly focuses on the traumatic experiences of the Holocaust and ways of coping with trauma in Eva Figes' writings, especially in Winter Journey (1967), Konek Landing (1972), Little Eden: A Child at War (1978), Tales of Innocence and Experience: An Exploration (2004), and Journey to Nowhere: One Woman Looks for the Promised Land (2008).
During its launch, the DICT unveiled its project dubbed 'Pipol Konek,' which seeks to provide free Wi-Fi-access in selected public areas nationwide.
In this chapter, Pellicer-Ortin analyses Figes' Winter Journey (1967) and Konek handing (1969) as fictional examples of the phase of "acting out" trauma.
Youth-led filmmaking is also well-established in the North, with groups such as the Arviat Film Society, Conversations with the Earth, and Konek Productions leading the way for digital communications.
Hulton, Michael Ann Hand Konek, Haley Jordan Liu, Laura Richardson, Zachary Alexander Smith.
Yet for the purpose of offering a general overview of her literary creation, one could divide it in four main groups: experimental novels about PTSD and male traumatised war veterans, Holocaust survivors, Nazi soldiers and war bystanders--Winter Journey (1967) and Konek Landing (1969); feminist novels that describe female experiences of submission under patriarchy--Equinox (1966), Days (1974), Waking (1981), Light (1983), The Seven Ages (1986), Ghosts (1988), The Tree of Knowledge (1990) and The Knot (1996); psychological and metafictional mystery novels about Postmodernist issues--B.
On the subject of mentoring, a colleague of mine at Wichita State University, Carol Konek, once challenged a class to think of mentoring as a process, not as a person.
I would like to acknowledge Michael Vincent for asking me to be a participant and the faculty at the Center for Women's Studies, Gayle Davis, Carol Konek, and Dorothy Miller, for responses to that version.
Cynthia Villar in her keynote address to over 2,000 cacao growers and entrepreneurs during the Kakao Konek 2017 exposition held at SMX Lanang in Davao City.
In advancing the cacao industry in the region, its all systems go for Caraga regions hosting of this year's Mindanao Kakao Konek 2017 slated here on September 13-14.