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a group of species that exploits the same class of environmental resources in a similar way.
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Zunft, "Advanced adiabatic compressed air energy storage for the integration of wind energy," in European Wind Energy Conference, EWEC, vol.
Hernaez, A., Remaley, A.T., Farras, M., Fernandez-Castillejo, S., Subirana, L, Schroder, H., Fernandez-Mampel, M., Munoz-Aguayo, D., Sampson, M., Sola, R., Farre, M., de la Torre, R., Lopez-Sabater, M.C., Nyyssonen, K., Zunft, H.J., Covas, M.I., Fito, M., 2015.
Ritter's generation of scholars dominated the German Zunft (guild of historians).
In the world of The August 5, there are two groups of people: the affluent, landowning Zunft and the Cottagers, thought only to be programmed to obey the Zunft.
(43) Gottfried Schramm, "Ein Rundgesprach uber 'Ostmitteleuropa': Vom sinnvollen Umgang mit einem Konzept fur unsere Zunft," Jahrbucher fur Geschichte Osteuropas, 48 (2000):122.