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Wisse

A Dutch unit of volume equivalent to one cubic meter. It was adopted in 1817, soon after the establishment of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. It is also called a teerling el.
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Ruth Wisse, "Language as Fate: Reflections on Jewish Literature in America.
Cate Gunn also analyses the rhetorical elements of Ancrene Wisse, in this case finding similarities between the text and thirteenth-century sermons.
Wisse does her own share of critical PhotoShopping to adjust the image.
204: "Compare the prose of Ancrene Wisse with the selection from the Life of Margaret .
Ruth Wisse, "How Harvard and MIT Professors are Planting a Seed of Malevolence," New York Sun, 20 May 2002.
Wisse Smit, aged 35, admitted that she had misled the government when she denied having more than a passing acquaintance with Klaas Bruinsma while she was in college in 1989.
acknowledge up front that together with Alter and Wisse and four other
To offer a concrete example, the three tractates of codex VII once universally assumed to be products of "Serbian gnosticism" - the Paraphrase of Shem, the Second Treatise of the Great Seth, and the Three Steles of Seth - are very differently treated by the three scholars responsible for their critical translations, Frederik Wisse, Gregory Riley, and James E.
66 note I will show to two separate translations by these scholars (Fischer in ThLZ 98, Wisse in the Coptic Gnostic Project edition, ed.
Lord,' seyd Gij, 'that rered Lazeroun, & for man tholed passioun, & on the rode gan blede, that saued Sussan fram the feloun, & halp Daniel fram the lyoun, To-day wisse me & rede.
Frederick Wisse, professor of New Testament studies at McGill University, "the conflicting attitudes to scriptural authority which make it difficult to resolve controversial issues.
Millet, moreover, argues quite brilliantly that a single text - such as the St Alban's Psalter or the Ancrene Wisse - may embody 'a hierarchy of literacy' (p.
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