Brookner


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Brookner

(ˈbrʊknə)
n
(Biography) Anita. born 1928, British writer and art historian. Her novels include Hotel du Lac (1984), which won the Booker Prize, Brief Lives (1990), and The Next Big Thing (2002)

Brook•ner

(ˈbrʊk nər)
n.
Anita, born 1928, English novelist and art historian.
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2B: BC -- Jamrozek, Duval; H -- Catenacci; HR: BC -- Ackland, Brookner, Neal; H -- Froehlich, Neal.
My pubescent social life channelled the spirit of a cardigan-wearing spinster in an Anita Brookner novel.
(26.) Nicolson R, Lenane M, Brookner F, Gochman P, Kumra S, Spechler L, Giedd JN, Thaker GK, Wudarsky M, Rapoport JL.
As a result, Jewish life has only rarely found expression in English literature, and when it has come, it has often been oblique, as in the ambiguously Jewish characters of Anita Brookner, or W.G.
Among the penwomen included in the 'Like A Woman' bookstore are Zadie Smith, Mary Shelley, Svetlana Alexievich, Afua Hirsch and Anita Brookner, and there are lots more - a mixed bag of contemporary and classical authors, movers and shakers in manifold industries, as well as up-and-coming female writers to watch out for.
Brookner, "Phased array radars-past, present and future," in 2002 International Radar Conference (Radar 2002), pp.
En las ultimas decadas, las antenas con polarizacion circular han sido integradas en sistemas de comunicaciones inalambricas debido a que permiten combatir diversos fenomenos de propagacion tales como: desvanecimiento por trayecto multiple (Counselman, 1999), el efecto de rotacion de Faraday en la ionosfera (Brookner, 1985), al igual que una reduccion de las perdidas por errores de orientacion entre las antenas receptora y transmisora (Gao et al., 2014).
Emma Brookner, and her portrayal earned her an Emmy nomination.
Brookner, "Antenna pulsewidth distortion paradox explained," Proceedings of the IEEE, vol.
1066 (Jan., 1992): 27, note 2; Anna Ottani Cavina, "Rome 1780: le theme du paysage dans le cercle de David," in David contre David, I, 81-92; and Anita Brookner, Jacques-Louis David (London: Chatto & Windus, 1980), 124.
(154) See, e.g., Westbrook, supra note 37, at 623 (noting that "[v]iewed as an independent contractual obligation of the parties, an arbitration agreement is a classic executory contract, since neither side has substantially performed the arbitration agreement at the time enforcement is sought"); see also, Brookner 8c Blacker, supra note 148, at 77 (Part I) (noting that "[a]n arbitration clause provides for reciprocal obligations to resolve any future dispute through arbitration ...