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Staged pressurized oxy-coal combustion (SPOC), which is a promising technology being developed at the Washington University at St. Louis (WUSTL) aiming to be used for low-cost, low-emission, high-efficiency power generation, is investigated numerically us... see more

Staged pressurized oxy-coal combustion (SPOC) – a technology developed at Washington University at St. Louis (WUSTL) – is nowadays a promising tool for low-cost/emissions, high-efficiency power generation. The present computational simulations, performed ... see more

http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/1980-4237.2011n9p327Tradução de Rodrigo Borges de Faveri (Unipampa) e Claudia Borges de Faveri (UFSC). A entrevista foi publicada originalmente como parte (Capítulo 28) do livro Beyond Descriptive Translation Studies: Investigati... see more

Resumo. No século XVII, a Nação Portuguesa de Hamburgo, constituída por conversos fugidos da Península que adoptaram a religião judaica em terras de exílio, atravessou um período difícil da sua existência. As correntes messiânicas ganhavam um número cresc... see more

Established in 1934 as an infantry unit with its headquarters at Cradock the writer traces the background to this event and the early years of its existence before the outbreak of the Second World War. In June 1941, after a period of int... see more

Anmeldelse af:Gideon Greif: Vi græd uden tårer. Billeder og vidnesbyrd fra gaskamre og krematorier i AuschwitzOversat af Tom Havemann, med forord af Therkel Stræde. INTROITE! publishers, 2010

Comparison of the Gideon (Judg 6:11–24) and Moses (Exod 3:1–15) call narratives raises the question of whether they are different manifestations of the same literary convention—a biblical “type-scene” of appointment and investiture—or display literary dep... see more

Documents that were recently discovered by Prof. Ava Chamberlain of Wright State University in the collections of the Connecticut State Library. They relate to the divorce proceedings of Gideon Hale and Thankfull Alexander Hale from August 1746 to March 1... see more

AbstractWhat does the end of traditional metaphysical language about God mean? In conversation with New Testament scholar Andries Gideon van Aarde on his understanding of a postsecular spiritualitySouth African New Testament scholar Van Aarde’s explorativ... see more

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