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Föhr

(för), island, 32 sq mi (83 sq km), Schleswig-Holstein, N Germany, in the North Sea, one of the North Frisian Islands. Wyk, the principal town, is a bathing resort. The island has farms, fisheries, and oyster beds. Until 1864, Föhr was included in the Danish duchy of Schleswig.
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[30] Haton, J.P., Cerisara, C., Fohr, D., Laprie, Y., Smaili, K (2006).
Presented under the exhibition title "Anywhere" on the neighboring North Frisian Islands of Fohr (Museum Kunst der Westkuste) and Sylt (Kunst:Raum) Sylt Quelle), these photographs also play with the idea of the islands as objects of longing.
Evidence-based policy analysis has been used over the years to evaluate a variety of health-related laws, including graduated driver licensing (Fohr, Layde, & Guse, 2005; Wiggins, 2006), firearm restrictions, (Niederkrotenthaler et al., 2009; Shah, Hoffman, Wake, & Marine, 2000), tobacco control (Luke, Stamatakis, & Brownson, 2000), helmet laws (Robinson, 2006; Rodgers, 2002), and sexual health policy (Joyce, Kaestner, & Colman, 2006).
"Wissen," "Schmerz," "Kasper," "Die Morsinger Pappel," "An meine andere Stimme," "An ein Taubenpaar," "Murmelverse," "Kein Ratsel," "Auf ein Selbstbildnis von Carl Phillip Fohr." Roberto Sierra: Rimas: "?Que es poesia?" "Por una mirada," "Yo se cual el objeto," "Los suspiros son aire," "Mi vida es un erial." Lori Laitman: Mystery.
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They spend their days on the German island of Fohr in the North Sea, where they play golf and indulge in their other hobbies - collecting typewriters and growing orchids.
In "Restrictions and Protection: Female Jain Renouncers," Sherry Fohr investigates the basis for the relative preponderance of female renouncers both within the Jaina community itself and vis-a-vis the Hindu tradition.
Drawing from interviews with Jain nuns in India, Sherry Fohr explores a traditional--yet continually expanding--narrative tradition that links chastity to supernatural power.