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German Influences


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German Influences

Influence Of German Legal Philosophy

The Influence of German Criticism

German Legal Philosophy, Influence Of

The Other Germany: Perceptions and Influences in British-East German Relations, 1945-1990

German Influences on Education in the United States to 1917

NGOs in Environmental Networks in Germany and Japan: The Question of Power and Influence

Rescaling Gender Relations: The Influence of European Directives on the German Gender Regime

How Income Inequality Influences Life Satisfaction: Hybrid Effects Evidence from the German SOEP

Presumed Online Media Influence and Support for Censorship: Results from a Survey among German Parliamentarians

Analog validation of German-language symptom validity tests and the influence of coaching☆

Agreement between Germany and Great Britain relative to the Boundary of the British and German Spheres of Influence between Lakes Nyasa and Tanganyika, signed at Berlin, 23 February 1901

Declaration between Germany and Great Britain relating to the Demarcation of the British and German Spheres of Influence in the Western Pacific, signed at Berlin, 6 April 1886

Diversity-2Cultural Variables Influence on Neuropsychological Assessment: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Healthy Spaniards and Germans

C-03Cultural Variables Influence on Neuropsychological Assessment: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Healthy Spaniards and Germans

Stability and Flexibility in Administrative Decision Making: The Community Law Influence on Discretion with Respect to Administrative Decisions in German Law

The Legal Framework for Corporate Governance: The Influence of Contract Law on Company Strategies in Germany and the United States

Factors influencing emergency intubation in the pre-hospital setting—a multicentre study in the German Helicopter Emergency Medical Service

Variability of fishing effort for the German brown shrimp (Crangon crangon) fishing fleet: influencing factors, and seasonal and spatial patterns

 

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