The team also includes Butzer
Gardner Architects and Lingo Construction.
The company tapped into its relationships with Dallas-based HPA Design, the firm managing the interior design for the model units and leasing office; Butzer
Gardner Architects, who assisted with drafting and schematic work for DEI's interactions with the local permitting and zoning groups; as well as with several key contractors including the prime contractor, FTK Construction Services; the flooring contractor, Vanco Flooring; and the electrical contractor, State Wide Electric; to help in the final decisions.
and Karsli  established the counterpart of (6) for the first derivative, namely
alpha]] (see Butzer
 or Butzer
-Stens ), these two kinds of nonlinear max-product sampling operators give the approximation order 1/[n.
5) According to the Vocabolario etimologico della lingua italiana (1907), the derogatory Romanesco term buzzurro derives from the German Butzer
or Putzer ("cleaner") and references Swiss migrants in Rome who would perform menial work like street cleaning; after unification, the term was applied to the Piedmontese and other northern Italians (Pianigiani).
19) About the uses of the concept of body memory in recent cultural and literary studies see Bannasch & Butzer
MIDDEKE, Martin, 'James Joyce, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man', in Butzer
, Gunter, & Zapf, Hubert, eds.
In summary, this volume is an important update to the contributions of the founders of anthropological climate studies, Karl Butzer
and Fekri Hassan.
32) Bronfman, Butzer
, and Stipak (1996) asserted that for the police officer the domestic violence incident was at best a nuisance and at worst a very dangerous situation to be avoided, if possible.
These results are somewhat higher than those of Butzer
et al (15) and Parkes et al (16) who found that 33% of patients maintained improvement, but are similar to those of Thomas et all who reported benefit in 45% of patients.
Therefore, the decline of Amerindians from diseases after initial contact may have created the 'wilderness' perceived by European settlers (Turner & Butzer
Szonyi, "The Language of the Other: John Dee's Experiments with Angelic Conversations"; Gunter Butzer
, "Mirabilia und Phantasmata: Die Poetische Imagination des Anderen"; Gerhild Scholz Williams, "Confronting the Early modern Other: Johannes Praetorius (1630-1680) on Wonders and Violence"; Ina Schabert, "Wombscapes.