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Transfer On Death (TOD)

The process of changing title of a security from one name to another upon the death of one of the titleholders.

Tod

A unit of weight equivalent to 28 pounds. It is used in the sale of wool.
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Todes (2014) described Pavlov as initially not wanting women in his laboratory because of a disagreement with his first female laboratory assistant Yekaterina Shumova-Simanovskaya.
The careful reader of Todes's book will pay close attention to how Pavlov connected his idea of pravil 'nost ' with the functioning of the human mind, the body, and his own laboratory but not with government or society (the organistic comparison between the human body and society was foreign to him).
Er hat zwar die Einsicht, dass Leben und Tod unentrinnbar sind, jedoch leidet er an der Unzulanglichkeit des Menschenlebens und versucht deshalb, sich mit den visionaren schicksalhaften Machten auseinanderzusetzen, damit das in Erinnerung Gebliebene (Liebe, Gluck) trotz des Todes stets unverganglich bleibt.
Ich spure die Energie des Lichtes die den Stein in Musik aufbrechen lasst, und ich leide an der Pfeilspitze der Sehnsucht die uns von Anbeginn zu Tode trifft und die uns stosst, ausserhalb zu suchen, dort wo die Unsicherheit zu splen beginnt.
The results of this destruction were identified by the US Forest Service in 1929: "many millions of acres in the South have reached a degree of denudation that virtually precludes any hope of their forestation to productiveness as a private undertaking and apparently ensures their eventual abandonment" (Todes 24).
49) und liefert reichlich Evidenz zugunsten einer Deutung des Syntagmas des uberlieferten Textes als halalnek es puculnec *feye als ('des Todes und der Holle Anfang, Quelle, Ursprung', S.
And next month the present members - violinists Peter Carter and Rafael Todes, viola-player Dorothea Vogel and cellist Pal Banda - will be bringing their celebrations to Tyneside for a recital at Newcastle University's King's Hall.
(3.) Daniel Todes. Ivan Parlov: Exploring the Animal Machine (Oxford University Press, 2000).
(21) For this earliest German version, see Reinhold Hammerstein, Tanz und Musik des Todes: Die mittelalterlichen Totentanze und ihr Nachleben (Berne and Munich: Francke Verlag, 1980), 29-39, 149; Hellmut Rosenfeld, Der mittelalterliche Totentanz: Entstehung--Entwicklung--Bedeutung, 2nd ed., Beihefte zum Archiv for Kulturgeschichte 3 (Cologne and Graz: Bohlau Verlag, 1968), 89-102, 308-23.
Document zur Geschichte des schwarzen Todes. Archives fur die gesammte Medizin 1842;2:26-59.
(4.) Philipp Aries, Geschichte des Todes (M[ddot{u}]nchen 1982), pp.
A 1931 study demonstrates that, due to the exhaustion of much of the Southern timber supply, the 100,000 African-American timber workers were exceptionally mobile when Hurston visited Loughman: "In the past few years as the forests have been cut out the movement of Negro workers from one southern state to another in search of work in the lumber camps has increased" (Todes 83).(14) This study notes that black workers usually held the least attractive positions: