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tod

Brit a unit of weight, used for wool, etc., usually equal to 28 pounds
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Countering the great man narrative, Todes (2002a) used the notion of a "factory" to reinforce the idea that the work in Pavlov's laboratories was a collective effort.
Led by the Russian director and choreographer Alla Dukhova, the Todes ballet company has toured all over France, Italy, Germany, England, Israel, Bulgaria, China, Australia and South Korea.
In the sections "Man of Tsarist Science, 1891-1904" and "Nobelist in the Silver Age, 1904--1914," Todes analyzes Pavlov's research on the physiology of digestion, which brought him the Nobel Prize, and his subsequent shift away from that research for a new and very ambitious project--the study of conditional and unconditional reflexes in dogs.
In April they acted a piece entitled Die Liebes Sussigkeit verendert sich in Todes Bitterkeit (Love's sweetness turned into Deaths bitterness).
Less travel time and less cars on the road will also be good for the environment," Todes said.
Das Leben ist die Flamme, die uber Allem leuchtet, in der die Welt ersteht und untergeht; nach dem Mysterium soll kein Mensch, kein Mann der Wissenschaft seine Hand ausstrecken, wenn er's nur tut im Dienst des Todes; denn sie wird ruchlos gleich der des Morders!
The following quote comes from the best known poem by Sachs from the collection of poems, In den Wohnungen des Todes (In the dwellings of death, 1947).
Yet even the best current work struggles to go further, often noting that 'Circular migration continues to be an important way in which households in rural areas survive' (Todes et al 2010: 331).
The New Year Music Festival: The Todes New Company--December 26, 8pm
(2) "Es bleibt fur die Analyse des Todes als Sterben nur die Moglichkeit, dieses Phanomen entweder auf einen rein existenzialen Begriff zu bringen oder aber auf sein ontologisches Verstandnis zu verzichten" (1993: 240).