EISE


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EISEEisenhower National Historic Site (US National Park Service)
EISEExtendable Integration Support Environment
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(25.) Nicholas Watson, "Afterward: 'On Eise,'" in The Milieu and Context of the Wooing Group, ed.
Ei Tranen, meine Tranen, und seid ihr gar so lau, dass ihr erstarrt zu Eise, wie kuhler Morgentau?
"Private planes help me travel in peace To four in one day and four countries in one week Cause I work for myself and no one eise cause I'm too smart to"
"The women were seen stepping up on to the plinth of the monument and taking off their skirts," the Sun quoted prosecutor Eise Bozzolo as saying.
Eise, "Intermeshing corotating twin screw extruder," in Mixing in Polymer Processing, C.
Weideman se drama, M 29 bevat byvoorbeeld 'n besonder "slim" proloog, 'n magdom verwysings en Latynse aanhalings wat as geheel hoe eise stel aan 'n kyker.
Identifisering met karakters in 'n verhaal word gewoonlik as een van die primere eise vir 'n geslaagde kinder- en jeugverhaal gestel (Steenberg, 1988:170; De Beer, 1991:6-7; Woolley, 1990:41).
Geldenhuys, "'n 'Normale' SA gaan groot eise aan Mbeki stel", Rapport, Junie, 20, 1999, p.
W eise needs to shift his vision from a narrow focus on the economic data so that he can bring cultural values into the analysis.
(for normal eise "hang," unless the edition is in error; I have not collated the text) "He hung down from the saddle by his foot alone" (literally, "His foot alone hung down from the saddle") (9) The person is described as e=f-ase "hanging" in what follows.
The fair-sharing table (dais eise) that Odysseus promoted in the Iliad and that turns up in this play as his attempt at barter is thus offset first by the Cyclops's engorging of his guests and then by his lonely komos, as the monstrous reveler swallows down wine with abandon, with the satyrs pressed into service as his reluctant entertainers.