FOTH

AcronymDefinition
FOTHFresh Off the Hook (crochet)
FOTHFront of the House (TV)
FOTHFool On The Hill
FOTHFish of the House (Big Brother)
FOTHFriends of the Harbour
FOTHFellowship of the Hills (Tallahassee, FL church)
FOTHFly Off the Handle
FOTHFord`s Theatre National Historic Site (US National Park Service)
FOTHFriends of Troopers Hill (UK)
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Foth, "ROGER--robotic geostationary orbit restorer," Science and Technology Series, vol.
(22) Diese anklagende, kritische Tendenz in der Auseinandersetzung mit der Vergangenheit ist auch in den unmittelbar nach der Wende erschienenen, deutschen Filmen der ehemaligen DEFA-Nachwuchsregisseure zu erkennen: siehe Letztes aus der DaDaR [Jorg Foth, 1990], Stilles Land [Andreas Dresen, 1992], Das Land hinter dem Regenbogen [Herwig Kipping, 1991/1992], u.a.
Klaebe H, Adkins B, Foth M and Hearn G (2009) Embedding an ecology notion in the social production of urban space.
On racialist and genealogical scholarship among Mennonites in the Third Reich, Helmut Foth, "'Wie die Mennoniten in die deutsche Volksgemeinschaft hineinwuchsen:' Die Mennonitischen Geschichtsbldtter im Dritten Reich," Mennonitische Geschichtsbldtter 68 (2011), 59-88; Benjamin W.
Mollisols are darkly colored soils (mollic epipedon) with high amounts of organic matter (Foth 1984).
Sound historical data on the locality existed and other research projects had been undertaken on community development aspects (Carroll et al., 2007; Klaebe, 2006; Klaebe and Foth, 2006) and information and communication technology (ICT) applications to be used in KGUV (Burgess et al., 2006; Foth and Adkins, 2006).
As Foth argues in his analysis of how nurses in Nazi Germany could have participated so repeatedly in mass killings of disabled and marginalised people, the power that was vested in the nurses and doctors at this time was escalated and supported by a biopolitical agenda of eugenics and supremacist policies.
[60.] Hengstler JG, Foth H, Gebel T, Kramer PJ, Lilienblum W, Schweinfurth H, et al.