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Stoss

Viet . ?1445--1533, German Gothic sculptor and woodcarver. His masterpiece is the high altar in the Church of St Mary, Cracow (1477--89)

stoss

[stäs]
(geology)
Of the side of a hill, knob, or prominent rock, facing the upstream side of a glacier.
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As shown in Figure 7, the depression gradually deepened while the rear depression edge and stoss slope of the sand deposition zone were subject to apparent wind erosion.
The measurements were performed with manual anemometers MC-13, placed at five different sections: the middle point of the beach, the toe of a foredune, the stoss slope, the crest and the lee slope of a foredune.
Wie sich zeigte, ist die vis ein dynamisches Element, das als Mittleres in jedem Falle zu einem Folgezustand fuhrt, selbst wenn dieser in einer scheinbaren Ruhe besteht--wie etwa eine innere elastische vis, die sich beim Stoss zeigt.
"This will give usa lot of flexibility and make us more efficient," Stoss says.
The magnificent Holy Cross Chapel, where the carving of the dead king Casmir IV stands, is the work of the master carver Stoss.
Stoss, "Sustainable Communities and the Roles Libraries and Librarians Play," Reference & User Services Quarterly, 42 (2003).
Artisans Such as Veit Stoss and Tilman Riemenschneider used basswood in their altarpieces, he said.
Para una rapida aproximacion a los debates sobre los que ha girado la literatura en estos anos, veanse los trabajos de Von Beyme (1988); Stoss (1988); Zimmermann y Saalfeld (1993); Betz e Immerfall (1998); Eatwell y Mudde (2004); Merkl y Weinberg (1997, 2003); Norris (2005); Mudde (2000, 2007); Schain, Zolberg y Hossay (2002); Casals (2005); Hainsworth (1992, 2000); Carter (2005); Ignazi (2003); Minkenberg (1998).
(6.) Meier-Ruge WA, Muller-Lobeck H, Stoss F, et al.
De maniere generale, la theorie financiere identifie plusieurs variables susceptibles d'expliquer les choix de financement des entreprises : la taille, la rentabilite, la tangibilite de l'actif ainsi que les opportunites de croissance sont des determinants de ces choix qui apparaissent recurrents dans la majorite des etudes empiriques (Bourdieu et Colin-Sedillot, 1993 ; Rajan et Zingales, 1995 ; Kremp, Stoss et Gerdesmeier, 1999 ; Carpentier et Suret, 1999 ; Gaud et Jani, 2002 ; Drobetz et Fix, 2003 ; Croquet and Heldenbergh 2008 ; etc.).