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Ris

1. An ancient Hebrew unit of length approximately equivalent to 135 meters.

2. A Talmudic unit of length approximately equivalent to 32 or 35 meters.
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40) Lastly, material interests matter too, as well as actors' knowledge of their interests: Risse shows that "the more actors are uncertain about their interests and even identities," the more arguing processes are likely to occur.
See Risse & Sikkink, supra note 3, at 14-17 (exploring
I would also like to thank my fellow panelists, Mathias Risse and Michael Levin, for their comments.
For more information, contact Risse, 706-542-9067, mrisse@bae.
Risse, a big, friendly man in his 60s, started growing poinsettias in one of his commercial greenhouses off Chena Hot Springs Road 10 years ago.
Fuel begins degrading almost the moment you pump it," says Eric Risse, fuel systems engineer at Briggs & Stratton Corporation.
Drawing on perspectives from a number of social sciences, Risse (international relations, Free U.
1, Mathias Risse presented a novel way to think about the problem of immigration in the context of global justice, adopting the standpoint of the common ownership of the earth.
UP FOR IT: Risse wins a header; NOT GUD ENOUGH: Eidur Gudjohnsen, left, celebrates strike with Ronaldinho but Liverpool held on
Mathias Risse holds that racial profiling does harm mainly by symbolizing and evoking other harms.
Jill Heemstra, Rick Koelsch, John Lawrence, Mark Risse, Tommy Bass, and Jamie Benning, for "Agricultural Environmental Management Systems.