Signs and time

Author: Ernest W. B. Hess-Lüttich

Publisher: Gunter Narr Verlag


Category: Music

Page: 343

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Die Räumliche Einordnung Der Zeit / The Spatial Classification of Time

Author: Heinz Volkenborn

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand



Page: 116

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In der vorliegenden Arbeit wird aufgezeigt, dass die Zeit keine zusatzliche Dimension des Raumes ist, wie die spezielle Relativitatstheorie dies fordert, sondern eine in sich unbestimmte Einheit aus Zukunft, Gegenwart und Vergangenheit, die innerhalb der Raumdimensionen zur Wirkung kommt. Was hier Die raumliche Einordnung der Zeit" heisst. In the present work it will be shown, that time is not an additional dimension of space, as the specific theory of relativity demands, but an indeterminate unity of future, present and past that takes effect within the dimension of space. Here, this is called: The Spatial Classification of Time

The Long Time | Die währende Zeit

Author: Donald Berger

Publisher: Wallstein Verlag


Category: Poetry

Page: 172

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Eine eindrucksvolle Stimme aus New York - erstmals übersetzt ins Deutsche. Die Gedichte von Donald Berger, der 1956 in New York City geboren wurde, haben einen unverkennbaren Ton. Sie sind lakonisch und unruhig zugleich, unterlegt mit höchstem Raffinement. Berger arbeitet mit und im Material der Alltagssprache, er steht in der Tradition der amerikanischen Popdichter wie Allen Ginsberg und ebenso in der einer symbolistischen europäischen Poesie. Seine Gedichte entstehen als Übersetzungen einer an die Sprache und das Sprechen gebundenen Analyse und meiden das direkte Aussprechen von Gefühlen, sie geben nicht vor, eine »Wahrheit" zu verkünden.
Business & Economics

Time, Temporality, and History in Process Organization Studies

Author: Juliane Reinecke

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 336

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Time, temporality, and history are inherently important constructs in process organization studies, yet have struggled to move beyond limited conceptualizations in management theory. This volume draws together emerging strands of interest to adopt a more nuanced approach in understanding the temporal aspects of organizational processes.

Prisoners of Time

Author: Government Printing Office Staff



Category: Education

Page: 62

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The Education Council Act of 1991 established the National Education Commission on Time and Learning as an independent advisory body and called for a comprehensive review of the relationship between time and learning in U.S. schools. This document serves as a supplementary volume to the commission's first report released in May 1994, which found that most school-reform designs are structurally flawed by their adherence to a traditional school calendar. This volume describes innovative approaches to the use of school time. It provides nearly 40 examples of exemplary efforts to make better use of available time and extend the amount of time students spend learning. The brief program descriptions are from 15 elementary schools, 15 middle and senior high schools, 4 districtwide efforts, and 6 special programs. They include public and private schools in rural, urban, and suburban areas from 26 states. Information for reaching contact persons is provided. A review of the programs indicates that many different kinds of schools and districts have already implemented many of the commission's recommendations. The most common approaches in descending order include: (1) redesigning available time; (2) employing technology; (3) extending the school day or year; (4) providing time for professional development; and (5) providing support services for children or families. Finally, the approaches to the redesign of time usage differ by school level. (LMI)

Time and Navigation

Author: Andrew Kenneth Johnston

Publisher: Smithsonian Inst Press


Category: History

Page: 224

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Exploring the surprising connection between time and place, a companion book to the National Air and Space Museum exhibition of the same name traces the history of navigation, showing where we have been, how far we have come and where we are going.
Export controls

Exports, Time for a National Policy

Author: United States. Congress. Joint Economic Committee. Subcommittee on International Economics



Category: Export controls

Page: 136

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