OJARSOffice of Justice Assistance Research and Statistics
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In diesem Lichte ist die Forschungsarbeit von Ojars Buss bei der Aufdeckung von entlehnten Namen besonders wertvoll und im Kontext sowohl der Baltologie als auch Finnougristik ausgesprochen lobenswert, was der vorliegende Artikel versucht in den Vordergrund zu rucken.
Before long, Ojars comes to town as well, with no job prospects in sight but big boasts about going to Ireland to get work.
They were joined by Grigorijs Krupnikovs, cochairman of the Jewish Community of Riga, who said, "We categorically reject the tone of the article, but especially its incompetence and more so its contrived lies." Adds Ojars Kalnins, the Latvian ambassador in Washington: "The article argues that antisemitism among Latvians is growing, yet the author only talks to a handful of extremist members of right-wing fringe groups.
As reported, on June 20, 2018, Riga Regional Court delivered its verdict in the so-called digital television case, overruling the conviction of former National Theater director Ojars Rubenis but gave fines and real jail sentences to other defendants in the case.
Lams, Ojars (2016/2017) "Intercultural (migrant) literature: novel Stroika with a London view by Vilis Lacltis or William B.
Mit Ojars Buss ist ein herausragender lettischer Sprachwissenschaftler und erfolgreicher Erforscher der baltischen sowie ostseefinnischen Sprachkontakte und Ortsnamen von uns gegangen.
RIGA - Latvia must become part of Europe's northern bloc, says Economists' Union 2010 President Ojars Kehris, reports the daily Diena.
Wade, "Sebald Meinhard's Liturgical Emblems in Danzig"; Ojars Sparitis, "Dominican Pedagogy in the Emblematic Ceiling Paintings of the Parsiene Church, Latvia"; Marcin Wislocki, "From Emblem Books to Ecclesiastical Space: Emblems and Quasi-Emblems in Protestant Churches on the Southern Coast of the Baltic Sea and Their Devotional Background"; and Sabine Modersheim, "Theologia Cordis: Daniel Cramer's Emblemata Sacra in Northern European Architecture."
In this respect Ziedonis is distinctly different from most of his literary brethren of the sixties, including Ojars Vacietis (1933-83), another prominent Latvian poet of that period, though they are often mentioned together.
proposal to form an international coalition to police the Strait of Hormuz, Latvia must join such a potential coalition, the chairman of the Saeima Foreign Affairs Committee Ojars Eriks Kalnins (New Unity) believes.
Ojars Buss gibt in seiner Studie "Dundaga parish oronyms (hill names) of Livonian origin in Juris Plakis' Latvian toponym publication" (S.