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Schreiner

Olive (Emilie Albertina). 1855--1920, South African novelist and feminist writer, whose works include the autobiographical The Story of an African Farm (1883) and Women and Labour (1911)
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Continued Schreiner, "Participants saw the native system as dated and the POI database as less accurate.
You're seeing this emotional response of people who feel like they've been kicked in the gut,'' Schreiner said.
When Bauer and Schreiner placed the ad, they had been together for eight years and already had adopted other children.
Schreiner examines what the word, law, means in the Bible, i.
In 1946, the second generation - Robert, Connie and Schmidt's father, Bernard "Gus" Schreiner - moved the business to Oregon.
Schreiner operated his own food distribution business in Toronto for over 10 years, specializing in delivering local, natural and organic foods to homes.
He was emailed by Dewani's lawyers but recommended fellow South African media expert Wadim Schreiner and forwarded the email to him.
Kommentaar op die eerste hersiening van die teks van The Story of an African Farm in minstens 'n honderd jaar, deur Stephen Gray (2008), word gevolg deur 'n argument vir die integriteit van Schreiner se teks, gebaseer op die kontekste wat haar keuses beinvloed het, die roman se veeltalige idioom, sy histories bepalende faktore van materiele kultuurlewe en maatskaplike en etniese houding, en van die verhaal se chronologiese bakens en tematiese strome.
German Ambassador to Tehran, Peter Schreiner, visited Iran's 4th International Digital Media Fair on Tuesday.
For the Sake of Silence has just won one of the most prestigious South African literary awards, the Olive Schreiner Prize, given by the English Academy of Southern Africa.
Schreiner, a Weasel pilot in the F-4G Phantom during Desert Storm, contributes his verbatim diary accounts of daily activity, forming the primary substance of the book, plus his knowledge of "weaseling"' in general (the Wild Weasel mission employs special aircraft to defeat enemy radar-based threats so that strike aircraft may attack at reduced risk).