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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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Separating out visualization from analytics and from advanced analytics is not always easy, Seeq's Risse contends.
Addressing Seeq's diversified growth over the past year, which saw the company nearly double its number of customers and licensed users, Risse said the company also saw some "surprise installations in discrete manufacturing" for use in areas of operation that are more process-oriented in nature.
Par contre, la construction de ces notes reflete la perception et l'interpretation de l'infirmiere vis-a-vis l'etat de sante du patient dans un contexte culturel de soins specifiques (Risse & Warner, 1992).
12-13; Risse, Ropp, and Sikkink, The Power of Human Rights, pp.
After looking outside Alaska and around the state, Pyecha says they found a company just a few miles from Risse Greenhouse called Future Forests to plant the seedlings.
Risse, Thomas, "Social Constructivism and European Integration", Thomas Diez ve Antje Wiener (der.) European Integration Theory, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2004.
De acordo com esse arquetipo, as identidades coletivas nao funcionam sob a logica excludente de um jogo de soma zero (Risse 2000, p.
In "'Frosty Cliffs,' Frosty Aunt, and Sandy Beaches: Teaching Aurora Leigh in Oman," Ariel: A Review of International English Literature, 43.4 (2013): 123-45, Marielle Risse meditates on the challenges of teaching the poem in a different cultural context--different from Victorian England not only in time and place hut also in readers' cultural traditions and values.
Most could not shoot, could not load a riSSe or [euro]x a bayonet, most didn't know how to bayonet someone, weren't [euro]t enough to run in full kit and most certainly had not experienced being under [euro]re.
The analysis of norm entrepreneurship relates closely to communication studies, in particular in the work of Risse and Crawford.
Melissa joins industry leaders Patricia Leuchten, CEO, AVOCA Group, Annalisa Jenkins, EVP, Head of Global R&D, Merck Serono and Patricia Devitt Risse, Pharm.