spalt


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spalt

(spɔːlt)
n
obsolete a silly person
adj
dialect (of wood) brittle
vb
to split or splinter
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einen fluchtigen Blick auf Klamm durch den Spalt seiner Zimmertur (er ist ihnen, im Gegensatz zum Roman, mit dem Rucken zugewandt) bevor sie sie hastig wieder zumacht.
Spalt, 2016, "Why Does Size Matter So Much for Bidder Announcement Returns?" Tilburg University, The Netherlands Working paper.
Results showed that pine spalted more readily than beech, both internally and externally.
In theory, there should be no discrimination at all in financial markets, so the fact that a "foreign sounding name triggers negative sentiments is disturbing," Spalt said, "particularly because we find no performance differences between investment products.
For example, there are learned treatises on the foundations of Islam's prohibition of gambling (Sharawy, 2000), insightful discussions of the somewhat more nuanced Judeo-Christian views that strive to distinguish acceptable from unacceptable forms (Kumar, Page & Spalt, 2011), extended deliberations by economists who have sought balance between the revenue-generating capacity of gaming (Eadington, 1987) and its potential for social disruption (Lugar, 1998) and, of course, extended debates in psychological and psychiatric circles on problem gambling, its etiology, frequency and surprising resistance to psychotherapy (Leiseur, 1998).
"The gene spalt is essential for the generation of the ultrafast super muscles," emphasizes Frank Schnorrer, head of the research group "Muscle Dynamics." "Without spalt, the fly builds only normal leg muscles instead of flight muscles." The scientists' results have now been published in Nature.
A stone-relief Judensau from the 15th century is on a private house in Spalt (in Nurnberg's Frankonia Lake district) on what was the Herrengasse, today Stiftsgasse 147.
Chief risk officer of the bank, Bernhard Spalt, said that the company would have to set aside less money to cover bad loans in the second half of this year and in 2011.
* Alok Kumar and Jeremy Page, University of Texas, and Oliver Spalt, Tilburg University, "Religious Beliefs, Gambling Attitudes, and Financial Market Outcomes"
Lichteinfall in einen dunklen Raum durch einen Spalt zwischen Tur und unebenen Holzboden; 2/10s -9/10s>>) realizaron asimismo en 1971 trabajos fotograficos articulados en torno a la velocidad de obturacion.
Und als nun nach Beendigung der Arbeit im Stall der Kutscher quer uber den Hof gieng [...] dann sich im Stall einschlossund nun auch alles elektrische Licht verloschte--wem hatte es leuchten sollen?--und nur noch oben der Spalt in der Holzgalerie hell blieb und den irrenden Blick ein wenig festhielt, da schien es K.
Success in team-based mathematics competitions is most likely to be attributed to the motivation or attitude of the student and sponsor (of the team) (Spalt, 1988).