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Schütz

(shēts),
Hugo, 19th-century German anatomist. See: Schütz bundle.

Schütz

(shēts),
Erich, 20th-century German biochemist. See: Schütz law, Schütz rule.
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Even if, as Schutze points out in his introduction, Blake's energies were far from evenly distributed across the Inferno, Purgatorio and Paradlso (with 70 watercolours dedicated to the Inferno), it seems unfair to suggest that he was necessarily more drawn to the damned than the saved.
Following a Zeppelin raid on Tyneside by Zeppelin L10 on June 16, 1915, the defences around the River Tyne had been strengthened, so Schutze decided to attack the less well protected port of Sunderland.
A combined Pareto differential evolution approach for multi-objective optimization, Schutze, O.
Cependant, par rapport aux Etats-Unis, Bermann avait conclu que la subsidiarite etait un concept etranger au discours constitutionnel americain contemporain (Bermann 1994 : 403; Bermann 2002 : 75 et suivantes; Schutze 2009b : 533), et Vause avait suggere que la subsidiarite << n'a pas d'homologue exact dans le systeme federale americain >> (1995 : 62 et 68).
Schutze further indicated that some of the recent torture killings reported in PNG were committed upon people accused of "sorcery," hence, she asserts that the country's culture and superstitions need to be addressed, rather than the government using capital punishment as a deterrent to violence.
ZIMMERMANN, Jorg, "Leichenbleicher Gorgonzola an verkohltem Toastbrot: Antikulinarische Episoden im Werk von Samuel Beckett/Cadaverous Gorgonzola Served on Burnt Toast: Anti-Culinary Episodes in the Work of Samuel Beckett', in Schutze, Irene, and Blume, Jurgen, eds.
The scheme of this process is depicted in the graph called dendograma (Heller, Ghahramani 2005; Manning, Schutze 1999).
Drawing on the work of German sociologist Fritz Schutze on narration, interviews with Holocaust survivors residing in Israel, and published memoirs, her analysis treats individual and collective dimensions of the experiences and memories of Jewish returnees to Poland following the war plus those of local Polish communities who witnessed their return.
Throughout the web information retrieval courses we surveyed (see Appendix B for a compete list of textbooks in web IR), the textbook by Manning, Raghavan, and Schutze (2008) is by far the most popular one, 17 of the 28 courses use it as one of the main textbooks, including three universities in China.
See also ROBERT SCHUTZE, FROM DUAL TO COOPERATIVE FEDERALISM: THE CHANGING STRUCTURE OF EUROPEAN LAW (2009).