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Definition of the noun elsass
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noun - plural: -
- a region of northeastern France famous for its wines
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Disaster Research (2015)
Multidisciplinary and International Perspectives by Rasmus Dahlberg, Olivier Rubin, Morten Thanning Vendelø
Peter Elsass is a professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Copenhagen.
by Doris Wastl-Walter
Alsace/Elsass is a borderland region between France and Germany claimed by both countries several times in modern history. The Memorial de l'Alsace Moselle uses unusual representation strategies to inform about the conflicting history of ...
Crime, Justice and Public Policy by Lisa A. Eargle, Ashraf Esmail
Elsass. H. Jaymi Elsass is a doctoral candidate ...
by Clive Barker, Simon Trussler
Peter Elsass is a Professor of Health Psychology in the Medical Faculty of Aarhus University, Denmark, and chief psychologist at the Psychiatric Hospital, Aarhus. In addition to writing a large number of articles within the medical and ...
Names and Their Histories (1896)
Alphabetically Arranged as a Handbook of Historical Geography and Topographical Nomenclature by Isaac Taylor
Elsass is the German name of the land called Alsace by the French. In the eighth century we have Alisatia, and in the ninth Eiisatia, which are Latinised forms of the O. H.G. alisazo, probably meaning the ' other seat ' of the Alemanni beyond ...
by Project Gutenberg
Schmidt, Elsass unid Lothringen (Lerp., 1859); Spach, Histoire de la basso Alsace et de la ville de Strasbourg (Stras., 1860); von Mullenheim Rechberg, Die Annexion des Elsass durch Frankreich und Ruckblick auf die Verwaltung des ...
A Comprehensive Reference Work by Thomas Edward Finegan
ElsaSS. See Alsace. Elsinore (e'"s'"n"r'; Danish llelsing- or), a seaport of ...
by Irving B. Weiner, W. Edward Craighead
traumatic oppression (Elsass, 1992), cultural resilience fosters creativity, reconstruction, and evolution. REFERENCES Comas-Diaz, L., & Jacobsen, F. M. (1991). Ethnocultural transference and coutertransference in the therapeutic dyad.
Elsass), a province betweenFrance and Germany.—n. a rogue ordebauchee, such as haunted Alsatia—a cant name for Whitefriars, a district in London between the Thames and Fleet Street, whichenjoyed privileges of sanctuary down to1697 ...
Elsass, P., 1997. Treating Victims of Torture and Violence: Theoretical, Cross- cultural, and Clinical Implications. New York University Press, New York. Gerrity, E., Keane, T.M., Tuma, F., 2001. The Mental Health Consequences of Torture.
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