Peutz

Peutz

(puts),
J.L.A., Dutch physician. See: Peutz-Jeghers syndrome, Jeghers-Peutz syndrome.
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But then his successor, Dutchman Thomas Peutz, left last July due to 'family circumstances' after less than 12 months in post.
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She took over the reins last July when Dutchman Thomas Peutz left after less than a year in post, citing family reasons.
2008; Peperkamp and Vercammen 2009; Ruud 2008; Peutz 2013), by field measurements (Muet and Lombard 2015), and recently by dynamic building simulations (Lombard 2014; Rage et al.
O tratamento dado por um pais aos imigrantes varia no tempo e no espaco (BANTING; KYMLICKA, 2010; BIGO, 2002; BORBEAU, 2013a; DE GENOVA; PEUTZ, 2010; LAZARIDIS; WADIA, 2015; OLMO; GARRIDO, 2013; REIS, 2006; TIMOTEO; GIANNATTASIO, 2011) e se mostra ligada ao fluxo migratorio mundial--o qual foi intensificado com a globalizacao e com instabilidades politicas e economicas frequentes em determinadas regioes (JUBILUT; MADUREIRA, 2014, p.
As Soysal (1994, 8) notes: "The principle of national sovereignty ordains that every nation' has a right to its own territorially delimited state, and that only those who belong to the nation have the right to participate as citizens of the state." The extent to which the sovereignty of modern states has been undermined by globalization is disputed (De Genova & Peutz 2010; Hirst & Thompson 1999; Joppke 1997; Krasner 1999; Mann 1984, 1993; Sassen 1994).
Andrijasevic, R 2010, 'From exception to excess: detention and deportations across the Mediterranean space', in N De Genova & N Peutz (eds), The deportation regime: sovereignty, space and the freedom of movement, Duke University Press, Durham & London.
That involuntary and untimely return has consequences for entire families is also highlighted in other studies of emergency return (Siddiqui and Bhuiyan 2013; UNDP 2011; Acquah and Ashong 2013) and of post-deportation around the world, describing how involuntary return migrants depend on their relatives for housing, food and cash (Alpes 2017; Brothcrton and Barrios 2009; Drotbohm 2014; Kleist 2017; Peutz 2010; Schuster and Majidi 2013; Sorensen 2011; Tiilikainen 2011).