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Jespersen

(Jens) Otto (Harry). 1860--1943, Danish philologist: author of Modern English Grammar (1909--31)
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Models '3604' (pictured) to '3607' are transparent acetate frames in feminine shapes that feature coloured rivets to "add character, uniqueness and contrast," Mr Jespersen added.
Moroccans gather in front of Denmark's embassy in Rabat to honour Maren Ueland from Norway and Louisa Vesterager Jespersen from Denmark, who were killed in Morocco, in Rabat, Morocco December 22, 2018.
"Our clients come to us for our tenured expertise in Canadian dollar products, and we are proud of our leadership position in that currency," said Blake Jespersen, Managing Director, Corporate Sales & Structuring, BMO Capital Markets.
'Our clients come to us for our tenured expertise in Canadian dollar products, and we are proud of our leadership position in that currency,' said Blake Jespersen, managing director, Corporate Sales & Structuring, BMO Capital Markets.
Screening of the film "Lost Warrior" by Soren Steen Jespersen and Nasib Farah on Friday evening at Sarajevo's Cinema City opened the First International Documentary Film Festival, the AJB DOC (Al Jazeera Balkans Documentary Film Festival).
(7) There is an interlude that contains some remarks made by Jespersen, considered to be "the first descriptive grammarian" (Crystal, 2017: 139), in an article that he wrote to evaluate the study of grammar in his time (1910).
As is well known, English during its history has undergone the cyclical development that has since Dahl (1979) been known as Jespersen's Cycle.
Stream processing is rapidly growing in importance for real-time applications/analytics, and Internet of Things applications, said Dave Jespersen, vice president of worldwide services, MapR Technologies.
Kjeld Jespersen, Caterpillar's construction technology and solutions manager, says Redbird's services are "absolutely relevant for Middle Eastern markets".