Risto Ryti

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Ryti, Risto


Born Aug. 3, 1889, in Huittinen; died Oct. 25, 1956, in Helsinki. Finnish political and state figure.

A lawyer by education, Ryti was minister of finance in the periods 1921–22 and 1922–24. He was a leader of the bourgeois Progressive Party of Finland. In 1939 and 1940 he was prime minister of Finland, and from 1940 to 1944, president. He was instrumental in bringing Finland into World War II on the side of fascist Germany against the USSR. In 1946, in a trial of war criminals, a special Finnish court sentenced him to ten years in prison. Ryti was pardoned “for reasons of health” in 1949.

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Reikia suda ryti kompiuterio programa siam informacijos paieskos darbui palengvinti ir pagreitinti.
Algunas interacciones, segun el contexto ecologico, pueden causar el desplazamiento y, en ocasiones, extincion de colonias pequenas de algunas especies (De Vita 1979, Ryti & Case 1984) influenciando de esta manera los patrones de distribucion de nidos (Bernstein & Gobbel 1979; Ryti & Case 1984).
Jokimas teigia: "klausimus "kaip pagyvinti kul turini gyvenima Lietuvoje, ka reikia da ryti, kad statomi namai butu grazus", galima iskelti greta kitu klausimu, susijusiu su kitu musu kulturos saku pasireiskimu: "ka daryti, kad butu paisomi geri paveikslai, kad butu rasomos geros operos ir kiti teatraliniai veika lai, kad butu rasomos geros knygos ir t.
Una revision posterior realizada por Ryti & Case (1992) ratifico este patron mayoritario.
La distribucion de los nidos de estas hormigas esta influida por actividades territoriales de colonias vecinas de la misma especie (Holldobler y Wilson 1990b, Ryti y Case 1992).
1980, Cole 1983, Davidson 1977a, b, Rosengren 1986, Fellers 1987, Savolainen and Vespsalainen 1988, Ryti and Case 1988, 1992, Andersen and Patel 1994).
Those who had been prosecuted for their involvement in the Continuation War had been tried by a Finnish court and sentenced to terms of imprisonment, the longest sentence being passed on ex-president Ryti who was given ten years -- he was however pardoned and released after five years, while another of them, Vaino Tanner wrote his memoirs in prison and was re-elected to parliament after his release.
Prastai suda- Paskaitu kruvis dideja savaites 17 ryti paskaitu pabaigoje, kai darbingumas tvarkarasciai mazeja; Paskaitos vyksta savaitgaliais--sunku isvykti ne vilnieciams i namus; Paskaitos vyksta ne viena po kitos--neimanoma isidarbinti net valandiniais darbuotojais; Studentai praleidineja paskaitas, nes laukdami ju praranda daug laiko.
Some empirical studies show that larger colonies use more resources than small ones (Brian and Elmes 1974, Tschinkel 1993), and that older colonies may reduce the survival of younger ones (Ryti and Case 1988, Wiernasz and Cole 1995); this has been incorporated into theoretical predictions of spatial distributions of ants (Levings and Traniello 1981, Ryti 1991, Ryti and Case 1992).
In fact, the Rasch model is similar to Ryti and Gilpin's (1987) logistic model for species occurrences.
Recently, several authors have used neutral models to test the hypothesis that insular systems contain "nested subsets" of species composition (Simberloff and Levin 1985, Patterson 1987, Ryti and Gilpin 1987, Blake 1991, Bolger et al.