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Parade steps off at Wicke and Center streets, proceeds north on Center to Prairie Avenue, east on Prairie, and then disbands at Prairie and Pearson streets.
Howes looks at the reception of punk in East Germany, comparing and contrasting coverage by the general press and two East German scholars, Thomas Heubner and Peter Wicke, and provides background on the scholars to legitimize and give perspective on their viewpoints.
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Halo Labs, a venture-backed scientific instrumentation company developing high-throughput biopharmaceutical quality control tools, announced yesterday that it has named Robert Wicke as its new chief executive officer.
These studies particularly include those related to carbon rates in the soil (Guillaume et al., 2016), planting in deforested or degraded areas (Carvalho et al., 2015), as well as its influence on the dynamics of soil use and occupation (Wicke et al., 2011).
And even aga st d a be o take are wicke bre though his first 17 overs in the big time were wicketless, Crane hopes it will lead him to at least a fraction of the figures Warne produced by the end of his career.
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Wicke (1998) coined the term 'celebrity feminist' and was the first to theorise the concept critically.
Just as Austen and Woolf veiled their compositions with blotting paper, evading the public or familial gaze, Bloom imagines lifting such a veil in an act described by Jennifer Wicke as "voyeuristic reading" (1988, 166).