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Flecker

(ˈflɛkə)
n
(Biography) James Elroy. 1884–1915, English poet and dramatist; author of Hassan (1922)
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James Elroy Flecker [1884-1915], a member of the school of Georgian poetry which represented the new, budding talents of the early 20th century, was a great admirer of Shakespeare.
Los factores de origen antropogenico anteriormente mencionados, han afectado los sistemas acuaticos (Allan & Flecker, 1993; Winemiller, Marrero, & Taphorn, 1996), generan un cambio en la calidad del agua y conducen a la disminucion significativa de poblaciones de peces (Jimenez-Segura et al.
One cannot agree more with the James Elroy Flecker, Hassan, 1913, who was once quoted as saying "For lust of knowing what should not be known, We take the golden road to Samarkand.
Taylor BW, Flecker AS, Hall RO (2006) Loss of a harvested fish species disrupts carbon flow in a diverse tropical river.
Further, short term contracts, while offering flexibility and competition, may also lead to high staff turnover and, in certain instances, a lack of experienced staff (Camp & Gaes, 2002; Dube & Kaplan, 2010; Flecker & Hermann, 2011).
She cites one person who toured this part of the world for 12 days after having read the noted poem The Gold Road to Samarkand by James Elroy Flecker.
Physical and temporal variability in these environments can influence the biotic patterns and processes, such as the life history of fish (Winemiller, Flecker, & Hoeinghaus, 2010).
In The Last Generation: A Story of the Future (1908) by James Elroy Flecker, the bearing of children has become punishable by death, and consequently the human race becomes extinct.
Flecker is currently obtaining a Masters of Public Health (epidemiology/biostatistics) at Oregon Health & Science University.
Flecker AS, Feifarek BP, Taylor BW (1999) Ecosystem engineering by a tropical tadpole: density-dependent effects on habitat structure and larval growth rates.
Templer PH, Groffman PM, Flecker AS, Power AG (2005) Land use change and soil nutrient transformations in the Los Haitises region of the Dominican Republic.
Flecker for his assistance in the laboratory and support of conservation in Latin America.