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Maisey, John G.. 1986; New York, N.Y. : American Museum of Natural History. English.

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1986; ql1 .a436 no.2857; paleontology -- germany -- solnhofen.; fishes; fossil -- germany -- solnhofen.; sharks; paleontology -- jurassic -- germany -- solnhofen.; hybodus fraasi.

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The skeletal anatomy of Hybodus fraasi, an Upper Jurassic hybodontid shark from Solnhofen, has been reinvestigated. Its cranial anatomy is very similar to that of H. basanus, a Lower Cretaceous species, and both taxa share certain features not so far identified in Lower Jurassic hybodontids. Previous interpretation of the pectoral fin morphology is shown to be incorrect, and instead the pector ...

Kubota Y.. Vocational Agriculture, 0388-8681. 1996. Japanese.

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Journal Article

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instituciones de educacion; agricultores; alemania; jeunesse; inheritance economics; germany; surveys; herencia economia; republique federale d' allemagne; agriculteur; federal republic of germany; farmers; encuestas; youth; etablissement d' enseignement; enquete; allemagne; heritage economie; educational institutions; juventud; republica federal de alemania

; The World Bank. English.

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Report

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government; production; poland; germany; german democratic republic; public services; equipment; industry; federal republic of germany; industrialization

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The Technical Assistance Project will assist the Government to strengthen its capabilities in macroeconomic management, and to further the development of a macroeconomic framework for medium- and long-term planning. In particular, the project will provide consultant and specialist services, fellowships and equipment. This in turn will assist the government to: (i) develop a coherent and ...

Rasmussen, Jens, Batstone, Roger. ; The World Bank. English.

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Report

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economic recovery; western europe; exports; germany; german democratic republic; coal; industry; federal republic of germany; europe; industrialization

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The European coal situation has improved considerably in the past two years, due to substantial increases in Western European coal production and increased imports for Eastern Europe. Consequently, it has been possible to reduce coal imports form the U.S.A. beginning late in 1947 without noticeable effect on industrial production in Western Europe. Western Europe, as a whole, will, howe ...

Almeida, Rita K., Aterido, Reyes. ; The World Bank. English.

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Report

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living standards; trade; national income; price fixing; exports; germany; german democratic republic; federal republic of germany; prices; industrialization

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The economic rehabilitation of the Netherlands made further progress during 1947. Except for housing, much of the physical damage has been restored. The condition of the soil even in flooded areas is now back to normal although the weather caused a bad harvest and animal production still suffers from a scarcity of fodder. The index of industrial production, which was 73 (1938 = 100) in ...

Goor, Charles G., Niewiaroski, Donald H.. ; The World Bank. English.

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Report

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data; united kingdom; firmness; poland; germany; german democratic republic; coal; production data; federal republic of germany; europe

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At the conclusion of World War II, coal production in Europe had declined substantially in comparison with levels achieved just prior to the outbreak of the war. Industrial recovery, dependent principally on coal as a source of energy, was considerably retarded. During the two years that followed, however, there was a steady though irregular improvement in European coal output. In view ...

Fox, M. Louise. ; The World Bank. English.

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Report

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hauling; germany; german democratic republic; fuels; coal; transport; federal republic of germany; austria; europe; italy

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This study considers coal and coke traffic only. It does so because (1) Europe needs to move all the solid fuel she can as fast as her mines produce it; (2) Today, as pre-war, coal and coke comprise a major part of European railway freight. It further concentrates on international long-hauls of coal and coke across Europe as opposed to local border traffic. Such long hauls comprise a sm ...

Briscoe, John. ; The World Bank. English.

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Working Paper

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resource management; standards; developing countries; world bank; germany; german democratic republic; transport; federal republic of germany; developed countries; standardizing

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In order to provide its borrowers with high-quality services, the Bank gives priority to ensuring that its staff are familiar with the best water supply practices throughout the world. Staff conducted a study tour of the German water industry. Germany provided a mix of lessons for water resource management in developing countries. Two principles which were pioneered over 80 years ago ha ...

Stahr Karl, Hohenheim University, Kallis Peter, Hohenheim University, Zarei Mehdi, Hohenheim University. 17. World congress of soil science, , Bangkok (Thailand), 14-21 Aug 2002; 2002 English.

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Conference

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17. World congress of soil science, , Bangkok (Thailand), 14-21 Aug 2002

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swabian alb-southwest germany; soil types; soil genesis; soil analysis; palaeosols; limestone; methods; methodological; germany; soil; soil organic matter; carstic limestone

Sauer Daniela, University of Giessen, Scholten Thomas, University of Giessen, Spies Ernst-Dieter, Geological survey of Rheinland-Pflz, Emy-Roeder-Str. 5, Felix-Henningsen Perter, University of Giessen. 17. World congress of soil science, , Bangkok (Thailand), 14-21 Aug 2002; 2002 English.

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Conference

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17. World congress of soil science, , Bangkok (Thailand), 14-21 Aug 2002

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sloping land; rhenish massif; germany; soil exhaustion; soil sciences; soil; geology; germany; infiltration