(22.) Gur Alroey, "Patterns of Jewish Migration from the Russian Empire in the Early 20th Century," Jews in Russian and Eastern Europe Countries 57 (2006): 24-51; Joel Perlmann
, "The Local Geographic Origins of Russian-Jewish Immigrants, Circa 1900," Levy Economics Institute Working Paper No.
To begin with, its size--unlike the Perlmann
and Philipp translation of 1994, which used thin paper and was consequently of a reasonable size, the present publication is not comfortable to handle due to its large size and weight.
(37.) Zetterstrom RH, Lindqvist E, Mata DUA, Tomac A, Eriksson U, Perlmann
T, et al.
In home contexts, middle-class family mealtimes with children aged three years and older have been found to provide unique opportunities for extended discourse, which allow children to gain experience with unusual and sophisticated vocabulary, decontextualized language and the distinctive linguistic patterns of different genres such as narrative and explanation (Dickinson & Tabors, 2001; Pan, Perlmann
& Snow, 2000; Snow & Beals, 2006).
Abstract/Article: http://bit.ly/2fuydHT Contact: Thomas Perlmann
TT quoted Assembly secretary Thomas Perlmann
as saying he would ask them to resign from the 50-member body, which will next award the prize for medicine in October.
Forman BM, Goode E, Chen J, Oro AE, Bradley DJ, Perlmann
T, et al.
First published in 1879-80, a partial English translation, composed of excerpts and brief contextual commentaries, covering the French occupation of Egypt (1798-1801) and its re-occupation by Ottoman forces, was published by a team supervised by Thomas Philipp and Moshe Perlmann
(Princeton: Franz Steiner Verlag; Stuttgart: Markus Wiener, 1994).
Still, the "involvement of women in schoolteaching was much less prevalent in the South than in the North," an effect, as Joel Perlmann
and Robert A.
Forman, B.M., Goode, E., Chen, J., Oro, A.E., Bradley, D.J., Perlmann
, T., Noonan, D.J., Burka, L.T., McMorris, T., Lamph, W.W., Evans, R.M..
Backman C, Perlmann
T, Wallen A, Hoffer BJ, Morales M.