This aligns with the viewpoint of Kermis
(2010) who contend that accounting educators have an obligation to prepare students to be able to compete in the global economy.
FUNDRAISER FOR DISABLEDS: A kermis
(fundraiser) was held by Turkish-Russin Culture Center to collect money for disabled children in Moscow on Monday.
Showcasing a selection of Flemish masters from the 16th and 17th centuries, the highlight at De Jonckheere is a recently acquired painting by Pieter Brueghel the Younger, St George's Kermis
with the Dance Around the Maypole (1627; Fig.
He presumes we know the meaning of kermis
, and does not define it despite asking what is the nature of a kermis
in the Introduction.
However, they go on: 'Maar as regering self 'n kermis
(2009) also cited the case of Bernard L.
He specifically objected to the unregulated, extravagant and fantastic style of grotesque ornamentation as well as to the grotesquely proportioned figures and crowded scenes painted by artists in Northern Europe, especially the Dutch kermis
painters (Barasch, 1971:25, 28; Connelly, 2003:6-7).
En neerlandes actual a esta verbena se le llama kermis
18) The manuscript, as yet unedited and unpublished, reads: 'wat of dit weezen Sal een Man of een vis dit is geewis een Monster van 't Eylant was ik nu te amsterdam geelijk ik eens geewest bin en had Maer dees Schepsel Mee in 't een of 't ander Kermis
Spel Soud ik de heelle Stat wel kunnen trecken om hem te Sien op dobbeld gelt' (Hartogh van Savoij, municipal library of Haarlem(shelf mark 187 B 37), p.
Or if a woman bought meat from the butcher shop in the house of Leible Kermis
, which was the butcher shop of the Mitnagdim, a Hassid would be leaping to his feet and crying out, "Oy, Oy, You have fed me traif meat
29) Similar scenes feature in the 16th-century Kermis
woodcuts by the Beham Brothers of southern Germany (cf.
And then there is the British Museum's sheet of studies of dancing peasants for a painting of a Kermis
, dated 1630-1636.