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morgenstern

(ˈmɔːɡənˌstɜːn)
n
(Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) a weapon consisting of a ball set with spikes attached to the end of a club, often attached by a chain
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Morgenstern and others have asked whether the definition of justice, which is the professed aim, or the construction of the State is the principal argument of the work.
Edited by Winston Harrington, Richard Morgenstern, and Thomas Sterner.
Second, ecologic measures are poor surrogates for individual-level ones, which can result in confounder misspecification and residual confounding (Greenland 1980; Liu 1988; Marshall and Hastrup 1996; Morgenstern 1998).
Morgenstern of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and his colleagues used interviews and medical records to track strokes in Nueces County, Texas.
MORGENSTERN, J.; RIORDAN, A.; DEPHILIPPIS, D.; ET AL.
The answer is found in a simple principle: "It is impossible to maximize two or more functions simultaneously" (Von Neumann & Morgenstern, 1944, p.
The text of Waking Day is a poem by Constance Morgenstern and is set off, page by page, line by line, with full color paintings by Claude Monet, Edgar Dega, Vincent van Gogh, John Singer Sargent, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Camille Pissarro, Childe Hassam, Fidelia Bridges, Pierre Bonnard, Berthe Morisot, Theophile Alexandre Steinlen, Frank Weston Benson, Theo van Rysselberghe, and Frederick Carl Frieseke.
"I had agony," says Robert Morgenstern, manager of asset marketing for Princess.
This volume presents selected writings by jazz historian and critic Dan Morgenstern. It opens with his reminiscences of a childhood spent in front of the phonograph.
Their pay varies by school, said Robert Morgenstern, director of higher education for the teachers' union.
Organizing From the Inside Out by Julie Morgenstern (Owl Books; $15)
Morgenstern is apparently unfamiliar with the distinction between "transliteration" and "transcription." (8) A transliteration is a means of rendering letters of a text into another script on a one-to-one basis.