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, Ger. Strassburg, city (1990 pop. 255,931), capital of Bas-Rhin dept., NE France, on the Ill River near its junction with the Rhine. It is the intellectual and commercial capital of Alsace.
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Gottfried von Strassburg's Tristan is the topic of chapter five and exemplifies a love that is earthly but not sinful (since its source is the love potion that Tristan and Iseult drink, and not lustful thought).
BDIs were classified according to Strassburg Bismuth classification shown in (table-2).
A escala adotada para inferir de que maneira estao sendo evidenciados os itens ambientais nos documentos oficiais das empresas no setor de mineracao de metalicos cadastradas no BM&FBOVESPA no periodo de 2009 a 2013 seguiu o modelo proposto por Freitas e Strassburg (2007), que adota uma escala entre 0 e 4 para determinar a forma como os itens foram divulgados, conforme retrata a tabela 1.
There is a curious footnote in a nineteenth-century journal on the history of book publishing that contains an undated and undocumented reference to the sale of the entire inventory of the "Strassburger Offizin von Jorg and Paul Messerschmidt" for 146 Pfund Strassburg Pfennige (pounds in Strasbourg money).
En la fuente original de Von Strassburg encontramos este instante en: Strassburg, G.
(93.) Bericht des Matthaus Nagelin, Strassburg, Bez.-Archives., H 2713: "Wangen Geschefft," f.
In 1889 Halm was appointed an Assistant at the University Observatory in Strassburg, at that time in Germany, though now part of France.
However, to give a balanced view we should also analyse how much of this perceived 'gold plating' originates in Brussels or Strassburg and how much is added when Whitehall interprets the legislation into English law.
The early influence of Bethe's father, Privatdozent at Strassburg and later Rektor at Frankfurt University, was very significant.
The liver is known as a victim of shock inducers, and can also be the orchestrator of the inflammatory response syndrome (Strassburg 2003).
Es bedarf eine Erklaarung, wie es dazu kam, dass Goethe, der als Student sich um sein Studium in Strassburg kaum kummert, zum leidenscheftlichen Anhanger von Rousseau wurde.