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Flecker

James Elroy. 1884--1915, English poet and dramatist; author of Hassan (1922)
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We observed thus great attraction of the stress on the beauty by the Parnassians that appeal to Flecker's poetic consciousness.
The event has been supported by Mount Isa Mines from its inception and has grown to become the largest rodeo in the southern hemisphere, attracting more than 600 competitors from around Australia and overseas and offering $230,000 in prize money and buckles, Ms Flecker said.
(5.) Taylor BW, Flecker AS, Hall RO (2006) Loss of a harvested fish species disrupts carbon flow in a diverse tropical river.
Further, short term contracts, while offering flexibility and competition, may also lead to high staff turnover and, in certain instances, a lack of experienced staff (Camp & Gaes, 2002; Dube & Kaplan, 2010; Flecker & Hermann, 2011).
She cites one person who toured this part of the world for 12 days after having read the noted poem The Gold Road to Samarkand by James Elroy Flecker.
Physical and temporal variability in these environments can influence the biotic patterns and processes, such as the life history of fish (Winemiller, Flecker, & Hoeinghaus, 2010).
She considers the legacy of the Victorian poetic stage and its influence on the plays of Stephen Phillips and James Elroy Flecker; the role of the Georgian movement in the larger climate of dramatic and social reform and poetic theatre from W.B.
In The Last Generation: A Story of the Future (1908) by James Elroy Flecker, the bearing of children has become punishable by death, and consequently the human race becomes extinct.
Las especies icticas que consumen macroinvertebrados acuaticos se clasifican como invertivoras (Ortaz, Martin & Lopez-Ordaz, 2011); estas especies moldean constantemente la estructura de la comunidad presa (Flecker, 1992; Taphorn, 1992), incidiendo como variable biologica sobre su abundancia y riqueza.
Notwithstanding this fact, ecologic studies concerning loricariids are important to better understand their singular radiation, and also to figure out the dynamics of nutritional patterns in distinct tropical systems (Flecker et al., 2002; Nonogaki et al., 2007).
In contrast to research on commutes are those focusing on permanent and circular international labour migration to Canada (for example Barber 2008; Schiller and Salazar 2013; Salazar 2011; Flecker 2010; Fudge 2012).