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rasse

(ˈræsɪ; ræs)
n
(Animals) a small civet, Viverricula indica, of S and SE Asia
[C19: from Javanese rase]
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En el caso de incentivarse el esparcimiento de las clases mas acomodadas a territorios habitados en su mayoria por grupos vulnerables, ello traera, segun diversos estudios, "el florecimiento de oportunidades de empleo y consumo para los habitantes mas pobres, asi como la mejora de la infraestructura" (Rasse, 2015, p.
Rasse, "Qualitative and quantitative mapping of biochar in a soil profile using hyperspectral imaging," Soil and Tillage Research, vol.
Rasse (eds.) Segregacion de la vivienda social: Ocho conjuntos en Santiago, Concepcion y Talca, (pp.33-66).
(11.) Much of this material--to appear in independent monographs or academic series such as "Deutsche Rassenkunde" and "Sammlung Georg Leibbrandt," as well as Nazi-era periodicals like Odal: Monatsschrift fiir Blut und Boden; Volk und Rasse; Der Deutsche im Osten; and Rasse--was reviewed or excerpted in Mitteilungen des Sippenverbandes Danziger Mennoniten-Familien.
(3.) See Hans Blither, Secessio Judaica: Philosophische Grundlegung der historischen Situation des Judentums und der antisemitischen Bewegung (Der Weisse Ritter Verlag, 1922); Adolf Bartels, Rasse und Volkstum: Gesammelte Aufsatze zur nationalen Weltanschauung (Weimar: Duncker 1920).
SCHMIDT, M.W., TORN, M.S., ABIVEN, S., DITTMAR, T., GUGGENBERGER, G., JANSSENS, I.A., KLEBER, M., KOGEL-KNABNER, I., LEHMANN, J., MANNING, D.A.C., NANNIPIERI, P., RASSE, D.P., WEINER, S.

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