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schnapper

(ˈʃnæpə)
n
(Animals) a variant of snapper1, snapper2
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[41.] SCHNAPPER, Laure (2004/2), << La musique << degeneree >> sous l'Allemagne nazie >>, Raisons politiques, n[degrees]14, p.
Martha and Schnapper's eldest daughter Kristine&nbsp;graduated from the&nbsp;School of Law at the&nbsp;University of Louisville.
Chloe Safar, Laye Samake, Blaise Schellman-Clark, Rachel Schnapper, Aaron Schoening, Noah Serdar, Indigo Sherck, Haley Shields, Kyra Siegel, Ruby Sikes, Ava Silvey, Owen Skornik-Hayes, Rylie Sollars, Caroline Soule, Daniel Speiser, Ada Sprengelmeyer, Pollyanna Stalie, Mason Steinbach, Will Swank, Maya Tagwerker, Cole Taylor, Spencer Templeman, Emma Thoennes, Jack Thornton, Azara Tilt, Ian Torrence, Habibatou Traore, Ezmie Trevarrow, Sophia Trotter, Felix Tyson, Gabrielle Utz, Maia Vasconez-Taylor, Katherine Waite, Naomi Warner-McDonald, Cadence Webber, Phoebe West-Fields, Dylan Whitney, Mia Williams, Seth Wilson, Elyzia Wineriter, Isaac Wright, Ciara Wyatt and MaryJane Yarbrough.
by Antoine Schnapper (Paris: Reunion des musees nationaux, 1989).
(150.) Eric Schnapper, Unreasonable Searches and Seizures of
Schnapper Dominique, "La France de l'integration: Sociologie de la nation." Contemporary Sociology, vol.
(3) Dominique Schnapper escribio que en el siglo XIX el pensamiento sociologico habia sido fundado "invirtiendo la idea, heredada de la tradicion filosofica, de la primacia del regimen politico sobre la organizacion economica y social", en La communautedes citoyens (Paris: Gallimard, 1994), 27.