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, Ger. Köslin, city (1994 est. pop. 110,200), Zachodniopomorskie prov., NW Poland, near the Baltic Sea. Its economy depends on farm products from the surrounding fields, various light industries, and timber milling.
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, Poland.
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When Nazi persecution in his hometown of Koslin, then in Germany but now Poland, drove him from school, they sent him to a Berlin orphanage for his protection.
(1985) were questioning premises of readability formulas, projects were initiated where readability formulas were calculated on digitized versions of texts (Koslin, Zeno, & Koslin, 1987; Milone, 2009; Smith, Stenner, Horabin, & Smith, 1989).
(11.) For a different perspective on the genesis of the male fashionable figure see, Odile Blanc, "From Battlefield to Court: The Invention of Fashion in the Fourteenth Century," in Koslin and Snyder, eds., Encountering Medieval Textiles, pp.
Koslin, "Value-Added Stuffs and Shifts in Meaning: An Overview and Case Study of Medieval Textile Paradigms," in Koslin and Snyder, eds., Encountering Medieval Textiles, pp.
The Degrees of Reading Powers Test (DRP; Koslin, Koslin, Zeno, & Ivens, 1989) was compared to CBM oral reading fluency techniques established by Martston (1989).
These were sometimes expressed openly, as in the spring of 1847 in Landsberg, Koslin, Wangerin, Glatz and Koblenz; at other times the discrimination was more subtle, as it was in Marienwerder or Stolp.(53) In at least four of the thirty-one food riots that took place in the Prussian province of Posen in May 1847, Jewish dealers, bakers and others were the main targets.(54) In the Landsberg riot, popular anti-Jewish feelings played an important role.