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1. Dr Robin Meyer | Faculty of Classics

It will be shown that, as argued by Lafontaine and Coulie (1983), next to Classical and Hellenising Armenian, we must construe a pre-Hellenising layer of the language.

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2. Jonathan Wright responds to Jonathan Maynard’s Questions on Mental Maps – OxPol

But there were other reactions – the SPD’ s candidate for the Chancellorship in 1990, Oskar Lafontaine, was critical of what he saw as Kohl’ s outmoded nationalism and warned of the

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3. What did French kids read in the nineteenth century? | Adventures on the Bookshelf

Even the Fables by Lafontaine were written for adults (if you ever get a chance to read Émile by Jean-Jacques Rousseau, he goes on quite the spiel about how inappropriate

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4. iss5pg2

SDP Chairman Oscar Lafontaine blamed the defeat on the new laws and called for a rethink of the proposals.

www.transcomm.ox.ac.uk/traces/iss5pg2.htm- 22k - 2 Oct 2001 - Cached

5. https://www.nuffield.ox.ac.uk/teaching/Economics/Bargaining/microlist19.pdf

trimestres, 2010, http://rei.revues.org/4140. Lafontaine and Slade, “ Vertical Integration and Firm Boundaries: The Evidence”, J.

www.nuffield.ox.ac.uk/teaching/Economics/Bargaining/microlist19.pdf- 91k - 6 Feb 2019 - Cached

6. Adventures on the Bookshelf | A blog for students and teachers of Years 11 to 13, and anyone else with an interest in Modern Foreign Languages and Cultures, written by the staff and students of Oxford University. Updated every Wednesday! | Page 16

Even the Fables by Lafontaine were written for adults (if you ever get a chance to read Émile by Jean-Jacques Rousseau, he goes on quite the spiel about how inappropriate

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7. simonrkemp | Adventures on the Bookshelf | Page 8

Even the Fables by Lafontaine were written for adults (if you ever get a chance to read Émile by Jean-Jacques Rousseau, he goes on quite the spiel about how inappropriate

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8. French literature | Adventures on the Bookshelf | Page 3

Even the Fables by Lafontaine were written for adults (if you ever get a chance to read Émile by Jean-Jacques Rousseau, he goes on quite the spiel about how inappropriate

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9. The Innocents abroad, or, The new Pilgrim's progress : being some account of the steamship Quaker City's pleasure excursion to Europe and the Holy Land : with descriptions of countries, nations, incidents and adventures, as they appeared to the author / by

Twain, Mark, 1835-1910 Deposited by Library, of America Paul Royster Library of America 14 East 60th Street 10022 New York, NY USA 1993-06-08 University of Oxford Text Archive Oxford University Computing Services 13 Banbury Road Oxford OX2 6NN

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10. April | 2016 | Adventures on the Bookshelf

Even the Fables by Lafontaine were written for adults (if you ever get a chance to read Émile by Jean-Jacques Rousseau, he goes on quite the spiel about how inappropriate

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