Zwicker

Zwicker

(zwik'ĕr),
E., German auditory scientist, 1924-1990.
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The Canadian film critic Barrie Zwicker and a spokesman from the Islamic Social Centre presented different sides of the argument, but in a non-confrontational way.
The festschrift essays are still, in essence, working to a Victorian agenda, but those edited by Sharpe and Zwicker are products of a new world, in both senses of the expression.
The company's partners and management, such as newly-appointed president Ian Zwicker, who was lured from his previous position as co-head of technology banking at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette, say their interest in emerging companies comes from years of ferreting them out.
Zwicker (eds), The Politics of Discourse: The Literature and History of Seventeenth-Century England (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1987), 212.
Roche's witty reflections on Milton's 'reading' of Spenser's matrilinear genealogy of evil, with which the book begins, John Creaser's masterly assessment of Milton's complex relationship to Jonson, and Steven Zwicker's provocative study of Milton's reaction to Dryden's heroic dramas are all important and original contributions to our understanding of seventeenth-century literary culture.
Zwicker argues that the cult of Apollo Sarpedon (or Artemis Sarpedon, according to Strab.
But, as Steven Zwicker suggests, Locke's and Dryden's texts are usefully read in relation to each other (as well as to Filmer's Patriarcha) "as contemporary rhetorical and political events, as competing interpretations of the origins of government, the nature of royal authority, and the political meaning of paternity and patriarchy."(9) Locke is particularly useful in the context of the present discussion about maternity because he articulates an implicit tension in patriarchal theory that was already long evident, clarifying one position about motherhood in an ongoing debate about the relationship between political and familial power.
Over the past decade Steven Zwicker has established himself as the foremost practitioner and publicist of what might be called a "history of polemics" approach to seventeenth-century English literature, an approach bound up with his view that this literature is to be distinguished by its traffic with political life.
It added Bill Zwicker to a roster of gossip columnists that includes Irv Kupcinet and Michael Sneed.
Tom Zwicker, Vice President and Director of Operations, Northwestern Region; Question 1: "Current funding is primarily driven by the government,which limits funding to reasonable costs.
Assemblyman Andrew Zwicker, 16th District, of the manufacturing caucus works on crafting policies to support manufacturing jobs.