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kneidel

(ˈkneɪdəl; ˈknaɪ-)
n
(Judaism) (in Jewish cookery) a small dumpling, usually served in chicken soup
[from Yiddish]
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Critique: Impressively well written, organized and presented, "Creepy Crawlies And The Scientific Method: More Than 100 Hands-On Science Experiments for Children" by academician and biologist Sally Kneidel is a thoroughly 'user friendly' compendium of practical activities that will prove an invaluable and enduringly popular addition to elementary school science curriculums for children in grade 4 through 9, and ages 10 to 14.
Kneidel held executive positions at A-B for 13 years.
Diaz did several read alouds using excerpts from the book Slugs, Bugs, and Salamanders: Discovering Animals in Your Garden, by Sally Kneidel (1997).
I would also like to thank Eric Lorentzen, Francesca Royster, Garrett Sullivan, and my UConn colleagues Gregory Kneidel and Jerry Phillips, who offered useful comments on an expanded version of the paper at a later date.
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11) Gregory Kneidel, Rethinking the Turn to Religion in Early English Literature: The Poetics of All Believers (London: Palgrave, 2008), 1-17.
Instead of the traditional focus on individual sin, guilt, angst, and salvation representative of the Augustinian-Lutheran interpretation of Paul's theology, it looks for the influence that Paul's other scriptural teachings had on early modern English literature, particularly the concept of the "poetics of all believers," by which Professor Kneidel primarily means Pauline teachings about the church, communal life, and even universal salvation.
In the opening chapter of this part of the collection, Greg Kneidel reminds the reader that the question of the development of the sermon is not of recent origin but one that stretches back to the time of Jesus.
Similarly Gregory Kneidel has traced the universalist strain in Paul's thought that appears repeatedly in seventeenth-century literature.
We wanted to make it easy to promote and educate people about the employer-sponsored health and wellness benefits available at their workplace," said Kara Kneidel, chief information technology officer for Nationwide Better Health.
But Kneidel does not clearly say whether the stony heart represents the profane or whether it exists as a term within a sacred duality of sin and salvation; he proceeds to translate hard-heartedness into the communal sin of scandal whose treatment is a bit opaque.
In a book said to have saved 37 trees by being printed on paper made with 100% post-consumer waste, the Kneidels (biologist and activist coauthors of Veggie Revolution) share what they have learned about the environmental and ethical costs of products and services in all areas of our lives.