Musil


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Musil

(German ˈmuːzɪl)
n
(Biography) Robert (ˈroːbɛrt). 1880–1942, Austrian novelist, whose novel The Man Without Qualities (1930–42) is an ironic examination of contemporary ills
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Sanggutin Musil and his aideAlex Amino Toto were fueling up at a gasoline station along the Alunan Highway when motorcycle-riding men arrived and opened fire.
Rey Egos, Tacurong City police director, said the killing of Sangutin Musil alias Commander Jerry Amino, 53, and his companion, Alex Amino Toto, 30, happened around 3 p.m at the AB Gasoline Station along Alunan highway.
Rey Egos, Tacurong police director, said the killing of Sangutin Musil alias 'Commander Jerry Amino,' 53, and his companion, Alex Amino Toto, 30, happened around 3 p.m.
He discusses Liliencron, captain of the 19th century: naturalism as martial phonography; bring the war home: tympanic transductions from the battlefield to fin-de-diecle Vienna; drumming literature into the ground: Dada's tympanic regime; toward a modernist ear: Robert Musil and the poetics of acoustic space; into the inaudible: sound and imperception in Kafka's late writings, and Nazi soundscapes and their reverberation in postwar culture.
Gary becomes the Clan's seventeenth player for 2019/20, joining Patrick Killeen, Matt Pufahl, Matt Beca, Rasmus Bjerrum, Jack Musil, Craig Peacock, Scott Pitt, ScottTanski, Craig Moore, Linden Springer, Jordan Heywood, Jordan McLaughlin, Mikael Lidhammar, Nolan LaPorte, Mathieu Roy and Matt Stanisz.
Alternates are Michael Musil, Central Electric Cooperative, Stillwater; Chance Turpin, Western Farmers Electric Cooperative, Anadarko; and Dusty McNatt, CKenergy Electric Cooperative, Binger.
Scott Musil, chief financial officer, said, "This $300 million private placement offering represents another significant step in our long-term capital plan to lower borrowing costs and extend and ladder our maturities.
Musil's The Man Without Qualities, a work whose author is likewise
Greg Musil, chairman of Johnson County Community College's Board of Trustees, said it has about 160 entrances on its campuses that would have to be secured, with metal detectors costing about $5,500 each.
Thus, he has inspired art and artists, from Thomas Mann and Robert Musil to Rilke and Hermann Hesse, from Strauss' Thus Spoke Zarathustra and Mahler's Third Symphony to contemporary Hungarian director Bela Tarr's The Turin Horse; he has influenced philosophy, from Martin Heidegger and the early thinkers of the Frankfurt School (Adorno and Horkheimer) and existentialism, to the radical French postmodern philosophers of the second half of the 20th century (Foucault, Deleuze, Derrida); and, though to a considerably lesser degree, after being rehabilitated by Princeton University's Walter Kaufmann in the 1950s, Nietzsche has also gained some repute in American philosophical academia.
On a strictly literary level, 1980 is the year when Duras first read the French translation of Robert Musil's Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften (The Man without Qualities).