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1. December | 2017 | Adventures on the Bookshelf

In Austria, an “l” is often used instead of a German “chen” – “Mädel” instead of “Mädchen”, for example. ... Chile’s geo-political isolation made its patois evolve rapidly and hermetically: separated from its neighbours by the Andes

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2. May | 2015 | Adventures on the Bookshelf

The first time Gary made Masha laugh was a slapstick moment of slipping on ice and falling over, Norman-Wisdom style. ... Partir (elle est partie). Good old Mrs Vandertramp, the helpful mnemonic-lady made up of the initial letters of all the special verbs

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3. German culture | Adventures on the Bookshelf

Werther made Goethe an overnight success, and by the 1790s he was collaborating and communicating with the other major player in the German literature scene, Friedrich Schiller. ... In Austria, an “l” is often used instead of a German “chen” –

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4. OxHRH Special Blog Series: A Better Future for Women at Work | OHRH

Hadas Madel (Tel Aviv University)-The Individual and Structural Aspects of Gender Inequality at Work.

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5. Student life | Adventures on the Bookshelf | Page 2

Acquiring all these subtleties, and many more besides, has made me a more complete linguist. ... In Austria, an “l” is often used instead of a German “chen” – “Mädel” instead of “Mädchen”, for example.

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6. OxHRH Special Blog Series: A Better Future for Women at Work | Oxford Law Faculty

Hadas Madel (Tel Aviv University) - The Individual and Structural Aspects of Gender Inequality at Work.

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7. 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 20

In Austria, an “l” is often used instead of a German “chen” – “Mädel” instead of “Mädchen”, for example. ... Chile’s geo-political isolation made its patois evolve rapidly and hermetically: separated from its neighbours by the Andes

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8. Natasha Ryan | Adventures on the Bookshelf | Page 14

I am now in my second year and I am still realising more and more the connections that can be made between the two sides of my course. ... In Austria, an “l” is often used instead of a German “chen” – “Mädel” instead of “Mädchen”, for

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9. Christmas market – Adventures on the Bookshelf

In Austria, an “l” is often used instead of a German “chen” – “Mädel” instead of “Mädchen”, for example.

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10. [Cantucci’s nine academic lectures on RVF 263, Paganelli’s academic lecture on Triumphus Fame II.67-69, and two anonymous academic lectures on RVF 126.14-26 and 40-52] | Petrarch Exegesis in Renaissance Italy

s††. sapie[n]te; <exp> indegni no[n] solo della forma humana, ch[e] egli hanno; madel nome altresi come nel principio del mio ragionamento habbiamo discorso onde dice ‘Ne

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