Waal


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Waal

 (väl)
The southern branch of the Lower Rhine River in southern Netherlands, rising near the German border and flowing about 80 km (50 mi) generally westward to join the Meuse River.

Waal

(Dutch waːl)
n
(Placename) a river in the central Netherlands: the S branch of the Lower Rhine. Length: 84 km (52 miles)

Waal

(vɑl)

n.
a river in the central Netherlands, flowing W to the Meuse River: the S branch of the lower Rhine. 52 mi. (84 km) long.
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also very far from it; for Loewestein, as the geographers tell us, is situated at the point of the islet which is formed by the confluence of the Waal and the Meuse, opposite Gorcum.
De Waal, who studies how chimps fight and reconcile, has been teaching them to use a joystick to identify pictures on a computer screen.
Chimps "are known for deceptive behavior," de Waal and his colleagues note, and in this case, put into cramped quarters, they seemed to hold their emotions in check.
He believed De Waal's story that three racehorses he claimed to own were away on a farm and so the one-time drug dealer was sent a cheque to cover the import tax for the non-existent horses.
This contention according to Alex de Waal is rather unfortunate, because the critique of humanitarianism makes sense only in the context of an account of the political roots of famine and the political routes to its conquest.
As for continuities with other species, in Good Natured the primatologist Frans de Waal writes: "Are animals moral?
But de Waal's bonobo research as well as that recently presented by other authors suggest a more provocative conclusion: that homosexuality is consonant with the survival of the species.
A primatologist and director of the Living Links Center at the Yerkes National Primate Research Center in Atlanta, de Waal has published academic work based on observations of behavior like conflict resolution and food sharing among ape communities.
In Mama's Last Hug, Frans de Waal begins with that endearing goodbye, then dives into his decades of experience studying our fellow hominids.
Armenia's acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan will try to hold on to status quo in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, said Thomas de Waal, a UK political analyst, senior fellow with Carnegie Europe, specializing in Eastern Europe and the Caucasus region, Trend reports.