pfeiler

pfeiler

A pillar or pier that supports the forebay in a Pennsylvania Dutch barn.
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I am excited and honored to be leading such a talented team of people," said Pfeiler.
Markow TA, Hanna G, Riesgo-Escovar JR, Tellez-Garcia AA, Richmond M, Nazario-Yepiz NO, Laclete MRL, Carpinteyro-Ponce J, Pfeiler E.
During her afternoon shift, volunteer counselor Maxine Pfeiler talks to a pastor who is struggling with depression and feels like God has left him.
The ecological learning at Kingston-on-Murray Primary School is outlined by Pfeiler (2007), a project coordinator in the Upper Murray area.
In Ungarn war es Lorand Benko, der die These formuliert hat, dass der zweite und mindestens ebenso wichtige Pfeiler der dialektgeschichtlichen Rekonstruktion die Sprachgeografie ist, und diese auch in der Praxis umgesetzt hat (siehe Benko 1967; Muradin 2010).
Es ist viel besser und naturlicher, wenn wir die Erziehung der Kleinkinder der Kirche uberlassen, welche, aufgrund ihrer Mission die Berufung hat, die Pfeiler der religiosen und moralischen Erziehung zu sein, als diese Erziehung dem atheistischen Staat preiszugeben".
Patrick Borg Hedley has been appointed as the new Lufthansa General Manager for Cyprus, replacing Kathrin Pfeiler.
Pfeiler is a professor at the Institute of Materials Physics of the University of Vienna.
Martina Pfeiler repeats a scholarly commonplace when she asserts that the "meaning of [Stein's] poems unfolds itself much better when heard" (59).
Brown, Penelope; de Leon, Lourdes; Pfeiler, Barbara; and Pye, Clifford (2002).
The vision of a farming museum came from Bob Pfeiler, whose ancestors were among the area's first farmers, thriving in the 19th century by growing grains, as opposed to today's major cash crops of strawberries and lemons.