10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SUBTERRANEANLY»
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Engineering and economic aspects of energy saving in ...
B. Subterraneanly heated water in structural basin; C. Terrestrial heat resources
in plain. With a view to temperature characteristics of the heated water, there is a
trend of gradual decrease from north to south, from east to west in the north hilly ...
B. J. Bailey, G. L. Ferrero, International Society for Horticultural Science. Commission for Horticultural Economics, 1989
From Prague to the Promised Land: A Jewish Family’s Odyssey ...
Cornelia told them about the 1 1⁄2 mile long tunnel that connected the two rivers
with one another subterraneanly. “What does 'subterraneanly' mean?” asked Max
. “Anything located underground that you cannot see, is considered ...
A monoculture is a dangerous thing, but because of the instability of a war-torn
place, a crop that grows under the ground, requires little cultivation, and can be
stored as subterraneanly as it grows is irresistible. The single strain succumbs all
Transatlantic Mysteries: Crime, Culture, and Capital in the ...
... by exposing the unseen elements that work subterraneanly and clandestinely
to control the direction of modernization and development.4 In his 68, a collection
ofmemories about his experiences in the 1968 student movement, Paco Ignacio ...
Language in Time of Revolution
was the foundation of national identity. It was overtly an often vicious war
between Hebrew and Yiddish, and, subterraneanly, between each of those and
the languages of assimilation, and vice versa. The ideological dimension of
Mahler: A Musical Physiognomy
All of Mahler's works communicate subterraneanly, like Kafka's through the
passages of his Burrow. No work of his is so thoroughly a work that it becomes a
monad vis-a-vis the others. The mastery that he attained in the economy of the
Language Universals and Second Language Acquisition: ...
It has persisted subterraneanly in some registers of linguistic-communicative
behavior, those which hark back to early childhood and pre-syntactic
communication. Rather than 'making errors vis-à-vis a syntactic target-L', one
must consider ...
William E. Rutherford, 1984
Marxism and the Chinese Experience: Issues in Contemporary ...
The following discussion will explore how ideas of economic equity appear (if
only subterraneanly) in official discourse on the rural economy. More importantly
it will explore the ways in which this official discourse both interweaves with ...
Arif Dirlik, Maurice J. Meisner, 1989
Legacies of Anti-semitism in France
... "Constantly, subterraneanly magnetized by the absolute 94.
Yoga and the Hindu Tradition
But Hindus believe that the Sarasvati flows into the confluence of the Ganges and
Yamuna subterraneanly (or in some invisible way) and becomes married to them.
And the mystery that surrounds this marriage means that the Sarasvati is ...
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «SUBTERRANEANLY»
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Uduaghan's Third Term Or Okowa's Tenure?
... Tribunal or Court of competent jurisdiction is as difficult as trying to hail the wind. Rigging is an art subterraneanly perpetrated by politically voodooistic means. «Nigerian Observer, May 15»
'The Humbling' is a marvelous black comedy with deadpan flair
He's startlingly low-key most of the time, almost subterraneanly so. Simon's life has become a burlesque, and he takes it all in with a weary aplomb. He discovers ... «Christian Science Monitor, Jan 15»
Manjanggul Cave. Photo by Gary Cycles
Eventually conduits were formed through which molten lava passed, and further lava flows were directed subterraneanly by cooling surface lava, forming ... «The Jeju Weekly, Aug 14»
David Sedaris, Chuck Klosterman and literature as standup comedy
... pop metaphors wasn't the greatest challenge in the world. Yet to this day, reading even the most juvenile, subterraneanly lowbrow joke will tear me to pieces. «Westword, Jul 13»
Razing the Bar?
There's no better place to try and escape a cultural Armageddon than a basement, and the subterraneanly located Latino Art Museum's “Contrapunto” offers both ... «Inland Empire Weekly, May 13»
Top Story, at Old Vic Tunnels, review
Just after Christmas, when absolutely nothing decent is being premiered at all, this could well find a home, albeit subterraneanly…” Accordingly, this is a busy ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Jan 13»
Sarayaku v. Ecuador: lessons in free, prior and informed consultation
CGC also planted, both superficially and deeper subterraneanly, more than 1400 kg of pentolite explosives throughout the Sarayaku People's traditional lands. «Lexology, Oct 12»
Drafthouse Films acquires “The FP”
I also described “The FP”'s production values as “subterraneanly low-grade” which may have been giving them too much credit. But, hey, if “Rubber” — a movie ... «IFC, Aug 11»
Four Loko Cans and Several Loco Filmmakers at “The FP”
... that makes the film's subterraneanly low-grade production values that much more charming. Though the film's interiors are strewn with debris and broken tech, ... «IFC, Mar 11»
Winthrop Opens Access to Tunnels
But for undergraduate residents yearning to navigate the River Houses subterraneanly, opening the HUDS tunnels will continue to be just a pipe dream, ... «Harvard Crimson, Feb 10»