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snapper

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any of various carnivorous marine fish of the family Lutjanidae found in tropical waters; they are often eaten by humans but sometimes contain ciguatoxin and can cause ciguatera.
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(157.) Schnapper, supra note 150, at 890 (quoting A LETTER TO THE
Foreseeing such a post-historical possibility, Dominique Schnapper draws attention to the potential risks it entails.
Mas aun, en el discurso politico frances, la asimilacion que evoca demasiado la empresa colonialista, se deslegitimo hace tiempo, sobre todo porque en la escena publica, la asimilacion fue reducida al asimilacionismo (Schnapper, 1998).
La preocupacion central de Schnapper (42) es rescatar una perspectiva de la nacion que se remonta a la Revolucion francesa y que la concebia como comunidad de ciudadanos, (43) para de esa forma establecer la nacion como un vinculo especificamente politico.
(13) The Academy's teaching methods are discussed in Anton Schnapper, Jacques-Louis David (New York: Alpine Fine Arts Collection Ltd, 1980), 12-16.
Schnapper responded that he would draw a line between workplace hazards and other hazards.
As developed by Sunstein, Schnapper, and Balkin, the critics adopt
La transmission culturelle est etudiee a l'aide d'une demarche ideale-typique (Schnapper 1999, 1980; Weber 1992, 1971).
Schnapper), Polity Press, Cambridge, Part II: 73-99.
Nonfiction winner 11 Days in May: The Conversation That Will Change Your Life—an account of Messinger's spiritual journey—utilizes Democrasoft's WeJIT technology, implemented by Vook's ebook developers, Adam Schnapper and Jeffrey Yozwiak, allowing readers to communicate directly with the author.
(90) See Eric Schnapper, Unreasonable Searches and Seizures of Papers, 71 VA.
Y en 1999 la sociologa Dominique Schnapper se preguntaba todavia publicamente: "?Cuando la memoria de la guerra de Argelia cesara de ser reprimida?" (6).