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Schütz

(German ʃyts)
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(Biography) Heinrich (ˈhainrɪç). 1585–1672, German composer, esp of church music and madrigals

Schütz

(ʃüts)
n.
Heinrich, 1585–1672, German composer.
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Candau and Schutz enjoy learning about new places and discovering the paths less traveled--and sharing them with like-minded travelers in their guided tours through picturesque regions of France, Italy, Greece, and England.
Fr Ihre IT-Systeme bentigen die Thringer Hochschulen Software zum Schutz vor Malware fr vier Jahre.
ALFRED SCHUTZ, AN UNUSUAL PHENOMENOLOGIST: A SYSTEMATIC RECONSTRUCTION OF HUSSERL'S RECEPTION OF SCHUTZ
Schutz does give us some familiar things to hang on to, including her trademark portraiture that makes her the Bruegel of our time.
Nesta empresa revisional, valemo-nos do conceito de distribuicao social do conhecimento, de Schutz (1976), como balizador de nossa discussao, destacadamente as reflexoes do autor presentes em The well-informated citizen, em que o fenomenologista austriaco esboca, a partir de seus conceitos de sistemas de relevancia e quadros de tipificacao, tres categorias ideais que nos pareceram efetivas para esta reflexao: o especialista, o cidadao bem-informado e o homem da rua.
Violence erupted after Diamond's fiancee Amanda Schutz got into a row with a woman in a bar near his home in Wisconsin.
The fight happened in Port Washington, Wisconsin, US, while Diamond was with partner Amanda Schutz.
Diamond, who played nerd Screech in the 90s show, told a court he took out his pocket knife to scare drinkers after his girlfriend Amanda Schutz was punched in the face.
Carducci 4, CH-6901 Lugano, Switzerland, informs whomever claims to be an heir of the late Margaret Cartmell SCHUTZ (born WRIGHT), daughter of Seymour and May (b.
THE PROBLEM OF OBJECTIVISM IN THE PRODUCTION OF SOCIOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE: THE CORRESPONDENCE OF ALFRED SCHUTZ, TALCOTT PARSONS AND HAROLD GARFINKEL
Of the nonbiblical texts, a few are liturgical, but most (6) come from the pseudo-Augustine Meditations or Manuale, sources on which Schutz also drew.
In spite of its exhaustive nature, Johnston avoids any claim of comprehensiveness and stresses the choice of the indefinite article in his title, A (not The) Heinrich Schutz Reader.