Legs were sometimes elevated upward with toes spread, waved a bit, and then lowered in a fashion similar to the behavior reported for foot-flagging frogs (Hodl
and Amezquita, 2001).
Additionally, most attention has been paid to the adult reproductive phenology (Hodl
, 1977; Bertoluci, 1998; Saenz et al., 2006), and little is known about the recruitment pattern and seasonality of many species.
expressed concerns that an EIT with only two KICs will not be large enough to generate the experience needed before further decisions are taken.
A revolutionary exiled to Siberia, accompanied by Hodl
Instead, the puzzled reader opens the book and sees four chapters entitled "Mercury's Sandals," "Swann's Nose," "Babel's First Love," and "Hodl
's Choice" (this time with subtitles).
(23) Klaus Hodl
, "The Turning to History of Viennese Jews: Jewish Identity and the Jewish Museum, "Journal of Modern Jewish Studies, Vol.
Haddad & Giaretta 1999, Hodl
& Amezquita 2001, Narvaes & Rodrigues 2005).
Three essays that move out of Germany take up Nietzsche's reception in Austria (Hans Gerald Hodl
), in the work of the Hungarian novelist Laszlo Nemeth (Peter Davidhazi), and in Britain during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries (Peter Sedgwick).
9-10 above: Joseph Spitzig, Sacramental Penance in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries (Washington: Catholic University of America Press, 1947); Ludwig Hodl
, Die Geschichte der scholastischen Literatur und der Theologie der Schlusselgewalt, vol.
, "`Lumen gratiae': Ein Leitgedanke der Gnadentheologie des Thomas von Aquinas," Mysterium der Gnade, ed.