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Honegger

Arthur . 1892--1955, French composer, one of Les Six. His works include the oratorios King David (1921) and Joan of Arc at the Stake (1935), and Pacific 231 (1924) for orchestra
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But the Cthulhu Mythos itself, Honegger points out, is itself a kind of secondary world.
Chapter 2 continues to provide a more nuanced, ambivalent history by considering the conflicting evidence that postwar writers have used to evaluate Arthur Honegger's dubious wartime behavior.
Unlike most other restaurateurs, chef Honegger chats first with customers before a server hands out two menu cards: one for Italian dishes and the other for Swiss.
The case of Swiss-born Arthur Honegger is altogether different.
The major presence of mannose ([alpha] 1-3) mannose, detected by GNL lectin, and N-acetyl-glucosamine on the envelopes of different maturation stage oocytes of R, typus might be attributable to the eventual participation of these sugars in the primary or secondary gamete interaction as demonstrated in Phallusia mammillata, where N-acetyl-glucosamine as well as N-acetyl-galactosamine are implicated in the primary gamete interaction (Honegger, 1982; Litscher & Honegger, 1991) and they are the highest quantity on those oocyte envelopes (Litscher & Honegger, 1991).
Swiss banking group UBS AG (NYSE: UBS) (ZHR: UBSN) (UBSN.VX) has hired two leading investment bankers - Marcus Overhaus and Ricardo Honegger - from Germany's Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE: DB) (DBK.DE), Dow Jones has reported, citing a memo by the bank.
Her flawless rendition of an extract from the opera- comique, The Adventures of King Pausole by Arthur Honegger, was clearly the high point of the evening.
Kodalli studied composition Ecole Normale de Musique in Paris with Arthur Honegger, and orchestral conducting with Jean Fornet, and Nadia Boulanger.
Basil Honegger of the University of Zurich won the biology prize; Weiqi Yan and Guomin Xiao of Hangzhou Normal University won the medicine award; Chris Arme, of Parasites & Vectors, was editor of the year; and the University of Nottingham was named OA institute of the year.
Husseini replaces Ricardo Honegger, who previously held both positions, and who is set to retire from the bank.
There he studied under, among others, Arthur Honegger and Joseph Martenot, inventor of the electronic Ondes Martenot beloved of Olivier Messiaen.