daunton

daunton

(ˈdɔːntən)
vb (tr)
a Scot variant of daunt
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Narlikar, Amrita, "Collective Agency, Systemic Consequences: Bargaining Coalitions in the WTO", en Martin Daunton, Amrita Narlikar y Robert M.
In Charity, Self-Interest and Welfare in the English Past, edited by Martin Daunton, 139-81.
DAUNTON Margaret Peacefully on Nov 19, 2015 at her home, Wood St, Cilfynydd, Pontypridd; beloved wife of the late John Daunton, dear mother of Stephen and Anne and mother-inlaw of Robert, a loving grandmother, great-grandmother and great-greatgrandmother.
Martin Daunton, Wealth and Welfare: An Economic and Social
For more information, see Hans-Christian Muller, Frank Daunton, and Clifford Caesar's article, "Schott," in The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, New Grove Online, ed.
55) Martin Daunton, TRUSTING LEVIATHAN, Chapter 1(Cambridge University Press 2001) ("TRUSTING LEVIATHAN").
Edited by Lynne Gornall, Caryn Cook, Lyn Daunton, Jane Salisbury, and Brychan Thomas
Daunton, The Cambridge Urban History of Britain, III: 1840-1950 (Cambridge, 2000), 230.
Martin Daunton (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000), 3:74.
116) G Shaffer & J Trachtman, "WTO Judicial Interpretation" in A Narlikar, M Daunton & R.
35) As housing historian Martin Daunton has remarked, the process of balloon-frame construction "required nailing rather than complicated carpentry.
As Daunton and Halpern have noted, "British imperial power might be attained by force, either actual or threatened, but it was sustained by many other means.