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Klaus

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(Biography) Vaclav. born 1941, Czech politician: prime minister of the Czech Republic (1993–97); president (2003–13)
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This new division will be led by AaAaAeAarstiderne Arkitekter's CEO, Torben Klausen, who will al join Sweco Denmark's management team.
As per, Klausen [30] the maximal force or tension produced by a muscle depends on the cross-sectional area of all the muscle fibers within the muscle the physiological cross-sectional area.
The German bank has hired Rebecca Klausen, a credit trader from hedge fund, Moore Capital.
The research team consisted of Pawel Swianiewicz (Principal Investigator), J0rn Holm-Hansen, Gro Sandkjoer Hanssen, Adam Gendzwill, Jan Erling Klausen, Joanna Krukowska, Marta Lackowska, Katarzyna Szmigiel-Rawska, Marte Marte Winsvold.
Klausen (2015) remarks that regarding Twitter, a considerable flow of posts from foreign fighters in Syria does not directly reach followers in Western countries, but is controlled and retweeted either by terrorist organizations in the insurgent zones or by Europe-based organizational accounts associated with the banned British organization Al Muhajiroun and particularly with the London-based preacher Anjem Choudary.
Le comite directeur du Club Sportif Sfaxien a engage le portugais Jorge Costa a la tete de l'equipe premiere en remplacement de l'argentin Nesto Klausen.
1975; Klausen, 1966; Lundby & Van Hall, 2001; Stenberg, 1966; Vogel et al.
The Klausen Synagogue is Prague's largest synagogue.
Voigt E, Schulz C, Klausen G, Goelz J, Mauss S, Schmutz G, et al.
Rather than trace Rousseau's arguments primarily to the social contract tradition of Hobbes and Locke, "Fugitive Rousseau: Slavery, Primitivism, and Political Freedom" by Jimmy Casas Klausen (who holds an appointment at the Instituto de Relacoes Internacionais of the Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio de Janeiro) places Rousseau squarely in two imperial contexts: European empire in his contemporary Atlantic world and Roman imperial philosophy.
In their recent book on anarchism, political scientists Jimmy Casas Klausen and James Martel (2011; see also Brown 2011, p205; Millett 1997) examined 'from a critical anarchist left' contemporary analytical and political confusion at work in progressive circles with regard to the state.
Danish Fashion and Textile Association Director Thomas Klausen said the export of textiles constitutes almost 10% of Pakistan's GDP, and constitutes the mainstay of exports to Denmark, adding that apart from having world-class textiles manufacturing, Pakistan's strength lies in the vertical integration of the industry that stems from being the fourth largest producer and third largest consumer of cotton in the world.