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Fuchs

A slang term for a 50-deutschemark banknote that circulated in Germany prior to the adoption of the euro.
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A review of existing studies on the phonology of IndE highlights one of the issues of conducting research into Outer Circle varieties, which is the selection of speakers; Sirsa and Redford (2013; also cited in Fuchs, 2016) point out that there are likely to be more marked differences with respect to L1 influence in the IndE of speakers educated at what they call regional-medium schools in comparison with those educated in English-medium schools.
Fuchs said large-cap sales declined as prices increased, yields slipped and investor risk aversion grew.
By identifying this exploitative use of power, Fuchs ultimately hopes to 'enable critical insights into the potentials and limits of social media that can enter into struggles for a just society' (p.
In the study's five chapters, Fuchs thus traces this practice of literary appropriation and the discourse that enabled and celebrated it.
In Chapter 1, "Forcible Translation," Fuchs elucidates how English writers style their acts of imitatio and translatio of Spanish material according to metaphorical language of piracy, which evokes and glorifies a forceful, hostile takeover of Spanish material.
Being so successful in sports at a young age means Fuchs has had to juggle academics with hockey.
Fuchs develops this argument and applies it to several case studies throughout the book: Google, Facebook, Twitter, WikiLeaks and Wikipedia; highlighting Wikipedia as a genuine alternative in so far as it represent an example of 'communist elements in contemporary society' (p 243) by virtue of its democratic approach to creating and organising knowledge and its rejection of the economic exploitation of data produced by users.
Richard Halhead, Fuchs UK managing director said: "is acquisition strengthens the position of our UK business in all sectors.
Until he arrived at Boro Fuchs had played in his native Germany, his father Fritz, who was Hamburg coach, converting his son into a striker for the club.
Following the success of Sacred Ground & Holy Water: One Man's Adventures in the Wild (2011), Fuchs offers readers an intimate and candid view of nontourist Mexico.
Tim Fuchs of Tim Fuchs Construction said, "Our goal is to educate the community on how to get the best results for all their property improvement projects at any budget.