donnat

donnat

(ˈdɒnət)
n
another name for donnot
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2009 ; Donnat 1999 ; Katz-Gerro 2002 ; Katz-Gerro et Shavit 1998 ; Kirchberg 1996 ; Tampubolon 2008 ; Veenstra 2010, 2015) illustrant cet aspect central de la critique sociale du jugement, le modele bourdieusien apparait--au-dela des nuances introduites (6) et compte tenu de l'incapacite de ses critiques a elaborer un modele concurrent scientifiquement viable (7) --toujours valide.
Naushad Khan formally inaugurated the Arabic Language Course at the Henri Donnat Room in Takbeer Block of the ICUP.
00) from: Pain, Scott, Hoznik, Wrathmall, Nibbs, Venis, Sawdon, Ellershaw, Gribben, Dennis Donnat.
Verity Italy intends to build on the company's strong, existing strategic partnerships with such companies as Scube Newmedia to drive business growth," Donnat said.
In a 1994 book by Olivier Donnat entitled Les Francais face a la culture the author recognizes serenely (as only a statistician can) the remoteness, numerically speaking, of the native French population from its high culture, which he calls throughout his book "la culture cultivee.