Morner

Mör·ner

(mēr'nĕr),
Karl A.H., Swedish chemist, 1855-1917. See: Mörner test.
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(29) Magnus Morner presenta algunas nociones importantes para explicar la composicion social entre ellos: "el sistema de castas", "el sistema de estados (o estamentos)" y "el sistema de clases" "En primer termino esta el sistema de castas, y cuando una sociedad esta compuesta por grupos cerrados endogamicos en los que la pertenencia es decidida por el nacimiento.
Nils-Axel Morner, who resigned and became a whistleblower after the UN body refused to correct easily discredited misinformation on sea levels and other matters despite his bringing it to their attention.
Thereby, its detection and identification of the Rickettsia that infect wild animals and humans is important to propose counter measures that could reduce the risk of infection (Morner, Obendorf, Artois, & Woodford, 2002).
If ever there lived an accidental messiah, it's Hark Morner. His original goal--in one of Lipsyte's many sly commentaries--was to be a stand-up comic.
De ahi la escasez de una tradicion de indagaciones en el campo de la teoria e historia de la historiografia que consideren en conjunto a America Latina y el Caribe, y que entre esos escasos estudios se destaquen los realizados por investigadores europeos y estadounidenses (STEIN 1964; MORNER 1973).
Moran and Morner introduce the most important functions in library management both to students of library and information science students and to beginning library managers.