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jauk

[yau̇k]
(meteorology)
A local name for the foehn in the Klagenfurt basin of Austria; it may come from the south, but is developed as a north foehn. Also spelled jauch.
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A pontuacao singular, contudo, possui limitacoes importantes (Benedek, Muhlmann, Jauk, & Neubauer, 2013; Silvia, 2011; Silvia et al.
As Schmidt, and in his wake Jauk, contends, any depiction, and hence any analysis, of an LG must differentiate between EI ('objective reality) and EII (subjective reality).
Like many Schmidt scholars before her, Jauk takes Schmidt too much at his word; in leaving the premisses of his theory unquestioned she succumbs to the methodological vicious circle that one recent scholar, Stefan Voigt, has termed Schmidt's 'selbstexplikative Textstrategie': you can only get out of Schmidt's texts what, following his own theory, he has put into them.
Stauber RE, Vollmann H, Pesserl I, Jauk B, Lipp R, Halwachs G, et al.
On le constate dans les annees I980-1985 ; il y a beaucoup d'appeles et peu d'elus : Mounsi, Shams Dinn, Ettika, Jauk Armal, Carte de Sejour, Zone Masque (sans e
Le melting-pot est de rigueur si l'on peut dire, car il fonde la la fois les grandes lignes de cette identite musicale, comme il exprime la recherche d'une ligne esthetique en devenir sans que soit pour autant edulcore le souffle premier qui l'a genere, ainsi que le constate Jauk Armal : Les gens en ont marre de se considerer 100% Black, Arabe ou Europeen.
We want to keep it authentic so people know what they see is an authentic Japanese garden from that culture,'' said Jean Jauk, a member of the garden's advisory board.