ettin


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ettin

(ˈɛtɪn)
n
(European Myth & Legend) a giant
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The authors had thanked Steve Axilrod, Norm Bernard, Carl Christ, Ed Ettin, and Allan Meltzer for comments and Stephen Gardner, April Gifford, and Katrina Stierholz for research assistance.
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This is the case for the dams of Ettin (Mateur), El Harka (Sejenane), El Malah (Ghazala) and Dwimiss (southern Bizerte).
Gracias a la terapia, las adolescentes dejaron de ver el hecho traumatico en si mismo, y empezaron a escuchar y comprender por primera vez la situacion en su total magnitud (Heiman & Ettin, 2001).
A travelling circus arrives in the capital city of Kingsbridge, bringing with it a one-headed Ettin, a small blue Norker and a 14-year-old acrobat on a mission to find her twin brother.
Trans-acting siRNA-mediated repression of ETTIN and ARF4 regulates heteroblasty in Arabidopsis.
Ettin (1999) shows that modern therapeutics via groups can be dated to 1906 and the publication of Hersey Pratt's "The 'Home Sanatorium' Treatment of Consumption".
Bilbo, in The Hobbit, passed Ettensmoor, and besides knowing the term from their adult scholarship, both Lewis and Tolkien would no doubt have read the story "The Red Ettin" as children in Andrew Lang's The Blue Fairy Book; but at the time he was creating Narnia, Lewis may have associated "ettin" with Tolkien's work as much as with "The Red Ettin.
Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 1996); Andrew Ettin, Literature and the Pastoral (London: Yale University Press, 1984); Terry Gifford, Pastoral (London: Routledge, 1999); and Raymond Williams, The Country and the City (London: Hogarth Press, 1985).
Cerag ettin ani cun ey vezir-i Musteri-tal'at Yine senden gerektir ol cerag uzre nigehbani (TOLASA 1979:96)
Besides Joseph Cinque, Samuel Crowther, Olaudah Equiano, Phillis Wheatley, and Joseph Wright, Postma includes fresh names: Essjerrie Ettin (from his earlier research on the Dutch slave trade); Ayuba Suleiman (from Curtin's Africa Remembered); and Sarah Margru Kinson (from publications about the Amistad mutiny).