geist


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geist

(ɡaɪst)
n
1. a spirit or ghost
2. the quality of being spirited, motivated, or intelligent
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University of Ottawa professor Michael Geist found that the domain-name dispute-resolution system set up by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers allows those filing a complaint to select forums and formats that are more likely to award cases in their favour.
Valerius Geist has attempted to review the extant knowledge of deer species and find the common themes that pull the diverse species together.
Franklin and Lieb (1979), noting the stabilized habitat in Michigan and similarity between other grouping traits described by Moran (1973) and their grouping model, speculated that the dynamic nature of group membership reported by Moran (1973) was a result of methodological bias, although others disagreed (based on other behavioral traits; Geist, 1982).
Geist and colleague Terry Jones made these observations after studying a fossil in Salerno, Italy, of a baby Scipionyx, a meat-eater that lived about 110,000,000 years ago and bore some similarity to a velociraptor.
For Knuff, the key in making the outsourcing relationship run smoothly is open communication with Geist, who works on-site and often sees Knuff.
"What does change signify to you?," asked Geist. "Fifty million baby boomers are turning 50 every six seconds: what are you doing for them?"
Geist development can be found in both Marion and Hamilton counties.
In 1806 Arndt was appointed to the chair of history at the University of Greifswald and published the first part of his Geist der Zeit ( Spirit of the Times), in which he called on his countrymen to shake off the French yoke.
The first chapter deals specifically with "The Acquisition of the Language of Politics." Viroli concentrates on a single strand of the European story, though a very rich one: his focus is utterly Italian, primarily Florentine, and his story has its single narrative thread in the development and decay of a discipline called "politics" (in a spectrum including monistics, ethics and economics--in the sense of Otto Brunner's Adeliges Landleben und europaischer Geist).
Forty-eight of these texts are reproduced here, most importantly his abstract poem |ango layna' and his book Der Geist des Kubismus und die Kunste (Berlin, 1921), a collector's piece that is very hard to come by Relatively little is known about Blumner's life, and the editors have assembled a remarkable amount of information about him (pp.309-46) to form an afterword which is, as they rightly say, the first Versuch .
Geist understands New Yorkers, especially their pride in presenting the outrageous as commonplace.
"I've been coaching her since she was in seventh grade when she was at our summer camps," Geist said after Flores helped his Bulldogs beat visiting Huntley 54-38 in a nonconference matinee in Fox Lake on Saturday.